Django 3000 rocks the Q’la

Django 3000 completed their 2016 India tour, sponsored and organised by the German missions in India, with a mesmerizing concert at the Q’la on the 25th November. The German folk-pop band and their dynamic performance thrilled the audience.
After performing in Bangalore and Mumbai and Delhi, the band finished their 2016 India tour in New Delhi with a stunning performance at the Q’la near the famous sight Qutab Minar. The band played a wide range of songs – German, Bavarian, Russian as well as English. The performance was very well received by large audience.
Before this enthralling performance Django 3000 also performed in front of 1,000 enthusiastic Indian students at the Springdales School Dhaula Kuan in New Delhi on 24th November. The students were fascinated by the vivid performance and unique style of Django 3000.
Django 3000 is a German pop-folk band from Chiemgau in Bavaria. Most of their lyrics are in Bavarian, a native tongue spoken in the Southeast of Germany. Their sound is an eclectic mix of Klezmer music, pop, rock and disco beats. Over the last years, Django 3000 has played at several prestigious European and international festivals like the Montreux Jazz Festival or the Ulsan World Music Festival in Korea.
Their concert in the Springdales School Dhaula Kuan served as a fantastic reward for students who study German at one of the schools participating in the Programme “Pasch-Schools: Partners for the future”, which had been initiated by the German Foreign Office in 2008.
The students, who had the rare opportunity to witness a full-fledged rock show in their own school were fascinated with the performance of the band and were carried away by their electrifying beats.
The German missions in India thank Django 3000 for the wonderful shows in Bangalore, Mumbai and New Delhi and hope to welcome the group again soon.