Crossroads is the Annual Cultural College Fest of Shri Ram College of Commerce presented by The SRCC Students’ Union. The event will be infused with engaging competitions, celebrity nights, electrifying music, best of food and amazing experiences.
One of the few names on the sponsor’s list for this event are Audi, Nescafe, Crocs, Pepsi, Vh1 etc.. As usual, it will be held for 4 days, from 7th March 2020 to 10th March 2020. The last time this event was organized, some of the greatest artists came to perform there such as Benny Dayal and Nucleya. The expected footfall range at this event is from 5000 to 20000 people.
With each passing year, Delhi university colleges hosts some of the most amazing fests with the biggest events, the biggest prizes, and the biggest stars! They include something for everybody, whether you are a dancer or a musician or are a part of the drama society, or you simply want to have fun!
At these college fests, you will find the best food, games, and books stalls too. Students listen their favorite band performing in front of their eyes.
One of these fests is “Crossroads” which is an Annual fest of SRCC. Each and every year leaves no stone unturned to assure that a fest is organized like no other! In 2018 Crossroads, the annual cultural fest of Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) was held during the month of March. The four-day long extravaganza saw an array of competitions, contests, and this fest season’s most hyped star nights. Dotted with vibrant stalls and a jolly fun zone, the SRCC campus is a happening place during the fest.
Day one of Crossroads’18 started with The Game of Notes, a Capella competition, organized by Catharsis, the western music society of SRCC. The seminar room was dressed up with red fairy lights for the same. The competition hosted a total of nine teams. The judge for the event was Mr. Joezhotso. On the second day of crossroads Bollywood singer Benny Dayal’s has arrived. His energetic performance was an instant hit with the crowd. His rendition of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” and even a Tamil song were a testament to his versatility as a singer. He charmed the audience with his extraordinary performance. Day three at Crossroads began with the Indian light solo song competition organized by Aarohan, the Indian music society of SRCC.
Thirteen students from different colleges performed a range of semi-classical and Bollywood songs. The audience seemed to be visibly delighted by the melodies. On the final day Nucleya’s performance was considered by some as the biggest performance of the whole fest season and hence Crossroads’18 concluded with a bang.