Slash To Rock MTV Indies Xtreme Music Festival

(Gibson) Live Viacom 18 is bringing Slash to India to perform at the latest edition of the MTV Indies Xtreme music festival which will take place in Mumbai and Bangalore in November.

Slash will perform in Mumbai on November 7th and Bangalore on November 14th to promote his album World on Fire which is releasing in India under Sony Music.

The former Guns N' Roses guitarist will perform with his solo band Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators which includes Todd Kems, Brent Fitz and Frank Sidoris.

" The first edition of this festival met with a very good response as for the first time we showcased a platform that uniquely combines good old rock music and adventure sports which worked well with younger audiences," said Jaideep Singh, Senior Vice President and Business Head of Live Viacom 18, in a media statement.

"The success of our last year's initiative has propelled us to bring alive yet another season of exhilarating performances guaranteed to excite and enthrall audiences. With our philosophy being to provide life changing high decibel experiences, we have now created a captivating experience that will be a sensory blast for all rock music and sport enthusiasts.

"First year with Megadeth and now with the debut tour of all time rock legend- Slash, MTV Indies Xtreme enter in to a new phase and it will only going get bigger from here on." Read more here.

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