SteppinOut to hold SneakinOut sneaker festival in Delhi
Fashion fair SteppinOut and SoleSearch have partnered with Royal Enfield to launch the second edition of sneaker festival SneakinOut. The multi-brand shopping fair will hold its New Delhi edition on November 26 at DLF Avenue mall.
The event will be the, “largest nationwide festival celebrating the rising trend of streetwear, sneakers and hip-hop culture,” SteppinOut announced in a press release on November 23. The event will showcase over 100 brands and retailers from across India and is designed to be a hub for sneaker enthusiasts to shop latest releases.
The one-day festival will feature music from artists including Bali, Beatcrush, Burrah, TrickSingh, Radence, and DJ Flonish. The event will also feature auctions and gaming zones to engage shoppers.
“We are delighted to be bringing back SneakinOut 2.0; an event that is an exhilarating experience in itself, from start to finish,” said SteppinOut’s business head Safdhar Adoor in a press release. “Apart from being a dream destination for sneaker addicts, it is an inclusive escapade for anyone who is fascinated with learning about street culture, or simply enjoys immersive experiences.”
The pan-India interactive event has been held across eight cities to date, beginning on August 7, 2022. The New Delhi chapter will be its ninth and final event this season. Along with Royal Enfield, the event partners also include Casa Bacardi and Jimmy’s Cocktails among others.
“SneakinOut has quickly become the country’s most happening cultural event that recognises the booming growth of sneakers and streetwear,” said SoleSearch’s head of marketing said Abhishek Bardia. “With nine massive experiences across nine Indian cities, the anticipation for the tour among the nation’s youth says everything you need to know about the fashion and cultural choices of today’s generation. With SneakinOut, we aim to build an ecosystem where the world of street and hype culture becomes accessible while blooming into a flagship youth culture activation that progressive brands can invest in.”
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