As a celebration of music, theatre and cinema fostering inspiration in more than one way Johnnie Walker The Journey 2015 was truly a one-of-a-kind evening.
The third edition of The Journey featured the debut Indian performances of some of the world’s best-known artists. Introducing an unusual concept of ‘Meet the artists’ sessions, The Journey took the experience several notches higher for the fans. The candidness of the chats sessions made for great down-to-earth moments and built an inimitable connect between the artists and their fans.
A brilliant experience on reel and in real.
Stevan Riley’s documentary ‘Listen To Me Marlon’ based on the legendary Marlon Brando held even the stalwarts of Indian film industry in rapt attention.
LEO’s out-of-the-world act
LEO’s gravity-defying act was an innovative theatre piece every bit as eye-catching as described to be. The mind-bending acrobatics in the act sent the audience in the packed-to-the-capacity Theatre Arena into a tizzy.
A dramatic start with Explosions In The Sky
The Explosions In the Sky were the first to take the stage in the Music Arena. With intense guitar-bashing and their sound set to a deafeningly haunting reverb it was a set like none of their fans had ever experienced before.
The audio-visual charm of Tycho
Tycho’s Scott Hansen proved with flair, why he’s considered a master of visual music. Tycho’s debut show was composed of spell-binding synth music and hypnotizing graphics making it an overwhelming experience for the fans.
A blast from the past with Giorgio Moroder
Giorgio Moroder’s headlining set was dance music in all its glory as he brought down the evening with a mash-up of his legendary foot-tapping tracks taking the crowd on a nostalgic trip.
With a spectacular turn-out of popular eminent personalities from the music, film and theatre circuit, The Journey was the event to be seen at. Thousands of excited fans from across India and abroad exchanged ideas and inspirations, taking home an unforgettable experience from an iconic evening.