Alan Walker and his Beats


FROM BROWN MUNDE TO JUGNU, the Beats have changed.


EDM fans had their sorted Sunday plans when Norwegian DJ-producer Alan Walker performed in Gurgaon, people arrived at the venue hours in advance to see the artist in the scorching heat, it confirmed, how happy Delhi audiences were getting to have live concerts on their backs. Sunburn Arena has made a big comeback with one of the most satisfying international artists, Alan Walker. He is on a unique India tour to cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, and Delhi. The hitmaker of songs like Faded, Alone, and On My Way left the gang ecstatic at the Delhi concert with his dazzling tunes and songs, the set included his famous songs like On My Way, Alone, and All Falls Down, among others, as his lovers expected. However, what made everyone crazy during the live performance in Gurgaon was the playlist selection. It turned into a miracle when the global DJ played some desi tracks that were trending among song fans in the United States. Alan, who was touring several cities in India, surprised his lovers by first playing Badshah's jugnu and then surprised the audience when he played AP Dhillon's Brown Munde towards the end of the performance complete.


Walker had performed his electronic jam on April 14 at Mahalakshmi Racecourse, Mumbai, April 15 at Bhartiya City, Bengaluru, and April 16 at Hitex, Hyderabad, finally ending at Backyard, Gurugram, on April 17.

German singer-songwriter Au/Ra and Norwegian singer-songwriter Julie Bergan shared the stage with Alan in a special appearance. Alan has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry including Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Sia, and Avicii. Some of his most popular singles are "On My Way", "Alone", "All Falls Down", "Spectre" and "Diamond Heart". "If you know this song, I really want you to sing it to me," Alan said just before playing Brown Munde. As many predicted, the DJ saved his greatest pop music - Faded - for last. "India, thank you very much," he said at the end of the song. But just when the whole audience thought that the performance was over (when Alan left the stage), he came back with the Indian flag to show his love for his lovers. Talking about the event, he says, "I am super excited to finally come back to India after many years of waiting. I am doing a tour all around India and I hope to see you all very soon. Have a good one."