Friday, March 15, 2019


Up for grabs is a once-in-a-lifetime VIP Experience for fans of the superstar DJ

15th March’19, Friday, Mumbai: After a successfully launching DJ Snake’s ‘Premiere Classe Records’ in India on 8th March, newly launched Independent record label 9122 Records has just announced a unique campaign titled ‘The Premiere Classe Ticket’ where fans of the global superstar can avail a once-in-a-lifetime VIP Experience when he tours India later this month.

The campaign hosted on the social handles of 9122 Records is in support of the just released album Premiere Classe: The Beginning and is being run exclusively with leading streaming service JIOSaavn – the streaming partner on the India tour. 

The complete VIP Experience is what the campaign winners + a friend walk away with in each city which includes –

·         VIP Tickets to the concert to watch DJ SNAKE Live;
·         5 Star Hotel Stay with all meals package;
·         Chauffeur driven pick-up and drop to the concert;
·         Exclusive Premiere Classe merchandise

To win the above first of its kind ‘royal’ package, here’s what fans have to do:

Listen to the ‘Premiere Classe - The Beginning’ album on streaming service JIOSaavn, take a screenshot while listening and then share the same with 9122 Records and/or JIOSaavn in the comments section of their social handles.

For more details on the campaign, please click here:

DJ Snake’s India tour covering 4 cities, begins 21st March in Mumbai, followed by 22nd Bangalore, 23rd Hyderabad and lastly 24th New Delhi
Tickets for #Mumbai:
Tickets for #BLR #HYD #DEL:

Follow 9122 Records:

Helmed by experienced personnel in the music business, 9122 Records is a vibrant new Mumbai-based record label & marketing services entity that promises to bring into India the hottest International Music from around the world. Launching with DJ Snake’s `Premiere Classe Records’, the label will soon announce more of its exciting release plans. Besides, the label will also look at signing exceptional local talent in the `English’ music space.

No comments:

Post a Comment