DEEP PURPLE To Stage One of Bangalore's Biggest Live Concerts Ever This Month

According to, Bangalore, India will witness one of the biggest live concerts ever as DEEP PURPLE will enthrall it with their unique genre of sophisticated rock on December 17.

Fresh from their South American tour, DEEP PURPLE, one of the world's first bands to fuse classical and rock music, chose Bangalore as their only city in Asia to present a live performance.

It promises to be a world-class event with an amazing stage and high-powered spectacular sound with dazzling lights. It will relive a classic performance of the best of PURPLE songs. The tour will feature some of the band's most popular tracks, including their classics "Highway Star", "Smoke on the Water", "Fireball", "Black Night", "Woman from Tokyo" and "Hush".


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