Shri Ram College of Commerce's festival Crossroads is back with a bang

Established in 1926, Shri Ram College of commerce has been the top commerce college in Asia.

With its futuristic thinking and top-notch students, SRCC's annual festival has always created requisite buzz. SRCC hosted the 1st 'Crossroads' in 1987. Since then it has put up the most saught after festival in Delhi University, every consecutive year. 2017 is no different, as Crossroads is back with a bang.


SRCC college.

This year Crossroads is celebrating its 42nd birthday. With age, one becomes dull and weak, but that's not the case with Crossroads.

The dates for the festival are 6th to 9th of March. Crossroads promises 4 days of positive vibes, excitement, craze and many doses of fun.

On the first day of crossroads, SRCC will witness the king of Bollywood remixes, DJ CHETAS along with India's top rated EDM act — Lost Stories.

The duo will, no doubt, be more than enough to get the crowding grooving.

Around the course of 4 days, there are a total of 30 events which the college will host, ranging from debate competitions, dance competitions, poker, photography competitions, Ad making, fashion walk, mono acting, graffiti, bash camp, singing competition and stand up comedy.

The most awaited night of Crossroads has been reserved for the last day of the festival. SRCC will witness a performance from playback singer and rockstar KK, winner of 6 filmfare awards.

The second largest cultural festival has a lot in store for you.


Updated Date: Mar 06, 2017 15:10 PM

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