Four days of the ever charged up annual fest of SRCC, Crossroads’17 was a success with enthusiastic performers and the lively crowd. On the last day, the final showdown was scheduled with the start of Basscamp, where Rock Bands of different colleges gave exquisite performances. Bands of different colleges namely Middle of Nowhere, Hindu Collective and Black Coffee were lined up for the event which was successfully attracting the crowd with their stupefying show.
Day 4 at #SRCC’s Annual Cultural Fest #Crossroads’17 started off on a #musical note with some rhythmic #rock music with performances by three bands: Black Coffee, Middle of Nowhere and Hindu Collective. Here are some #snippets from the non-competitive event Basscamp. Pictures by Iqhlaas Ahmed for DU Beat
The day concluded with a majestic performance by one of the kings of Bollywood, KK. His energy and passion for his music got the crowd grooving to glorious hits from the 1990s and 2000s. Popular songs had the audience singing along loudly throughout the show. Some of the crowd favourites included Aashayein from the inspirational movie Iqbal and the heart wrenching Tadap Tadap Ke from the 90s classic, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. KK finished the show with Koi Kahe from Dil Chahta Hai, and left the crowd feeling ecstatic from such an exciting night. Crossroads 2017, while slow on the events front, more than made up for it with this unforgettable concert.
Feature Image by Sahil Chauhan for DU Beat