American EDM Duo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall give Mumbaikars a night they won’t ever forget. They won the hearts of thousands of Chainsmokers fans and kept their promise of ‘never letting them down’ on Thursday night. They crooned their famous numbers Closer and Don’t Let Me Down at a power-packed gig. The duo cast a spell on the crowd when they waved the Indian flags. This gave a mild déjà vu to when Coldplay hummed to the tunes of Vande Mataram with music maestro AR Rahman last year in November.
A huge crowd of assembled at the Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai where the fans cheered and sang along DJ’s enlivened Road to ULTRA concert, which is brought as a part of independent festival brand ULTRA Worldwide.
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‘Honest’ from their latest album Memories...Do Not Open had the crowd cheering to their loudest and dancing to their beats. To be precise, Pall and Taggart successfully covered the whole course of their musical career in the last night gig.
Music lovers who were present at the concert shared their experiences on Twitter.
You can check the pictures from the last night Road to Ultra concert here.
The Chainsmokers were preceded by the popular International pop artists like Slushii, Getter, Sam Feldt, Lost Stories and Rezz and each one of them performed their best on the stage. Towards the end of the gig, The Chainsmokers asked the audience to flash their cell phones which lit the entire arena. Alex went to the podium and waved the Indian flag as the duo played ‘Don’t Let Me Down’.
The crowd estimate of the gig was between 2500-3000 who sang along the artists setting the perfect mood for the night.
“It was good to be here Mumbai. We love you a lot. Namastey,” the duo said before closing their gig.
Alex was dressed in a t-shirt, jeans and cap while Andrews wore a dungaree. Their ensembles were designed by renowned Indian fashion designer Neeta Lulla.
After making a thunderous performance in Mumbai, The Chainsmokers now move to enthral Delhi. Here’s what they tweeted:
Waiting for The Chainsmokers to come to Delhi? Meanwhile, hum to the tunes of 'Closer'.