Would it be an understatement to say that the international music scene seems to be exploding in a big way? Yes, because it's way better today than what was expected of it. And we can't wait to have more of it. After all, seeing your favorite rock stars doing what they do best, that too live, is an unparalleled experience. And while many are looking forward to performing in India, like Justin Bieber with his Purpose World Tour, here's a list of artists that we would love to see visiting India soon.

With back-to-back hits and millions of fans all across the globe, Adele continues to be one of the best artists in the music scene. From 'Rolling in the Deep' to 'Hello', her chartbusters continue to play on our devices on repeat. Now, if only we could have her perform live in India that would be one hell of an event.

Red Hot Chill Peppers
They are different from anyone else on stage, and the craziness that they bring only adds to their performance. And, with an act that is super entertaining plus the great music that the band is known for, you know you want the band to perform in India sooner than later!

Linkin Park
You know you are a fan, and there is a good chance that you started your journey into the musical kingdom with Linkin Park in your playlist. It is no secret that the iconic band has a huge fan following in India, and it only makes sense that they soon perform in the country.

Calling AC/DC an iconic band would be an understatement. Their music has shaped an entire generation and has acted as an influence for musicians as well. Their music refuses to get old and they continue to be on our playlists, and hearing their best work live would be a dream. Here's hoping that they make their way to India soon.

That's our list, and there are many more we'd like to cover, but for now we rejoice in the fact that Justin Bieber will be making his way to India. And it will be one hell of an event. If you want more information about the Canadian popstar's India tour, just head to our website.

Written By: Ankkit Singh | Post Date: 31 March 2017



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