Backdoors 2018: A concert for a cause.

Live music patrons The Humming Tree are back with the second edition of the Backdoors music concert in partnership with Amnesty International India

The 2018 edition of Backdoors will be a ‘pan-genre’ affair with concerts in the cities of Mumbai and Bengaluru. Hip-hop enthusiasts are already lining up to see the headlining act by American rap artists Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals. Performing along with them are other illustrious acts like the London-based alt-rock band Wolf Alice, indie folk-pop artist Prateek Kuhad who was the recipient of the Best Indian Act Award at the MTV European Music Awards '16 Indian viral hip-hop artist Divine; among others. The event, organised by Humming Tree, is purely about great live music and appreciating the talent behind it.


The global ‘Online Violence Against Women’ campaign by Amnesty International India, will be launched at the event, with the profits from ticket sales going to the cause.

image-embed-1_021418044111.jpgcourtesy Nikhil Wala photography

The Mumbai event is on February 14 at Jio Garden BKC, while Bengaluru will be hosting it on February 17 at Indiranagar Club.


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