10 Acts You Can’t Afford To Miss Out On At The Grub Fest, Delhi!

The Grub Fest

With less than a day to go before The Grub Fest takes over the national capital once again for its fourth edition at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, India’s biggest food festival is looking bigger than ever before with a fine experience waiting to be cherished by the audience this weekend. Moreover, With a stunning lineup in tow, we at The Bangin Beats have listed down our 10 acts that you cannot afford to miss out at The Grub Fest this weekend!

Read on.

 

Anish Sood

One of the most prolific artists of Indian electronic music scene, Anish Sood needs no introduction. This Goan has been around for more than 8 years and moving crowds with his music and energy is where his expertise lies. From dishing out heavy sets to making some of the most beautiful and lush music, Anish Sood is an all-in-one entertainment package! So get ready as the superstar gets ready to headline Day 1 of The Grub Fest.

 

Amartya Ghosh

New Delhi-based singer/songwriter Amartya Ghosh has quickly placed himself as one of the finest upcoming talents within the indie music space. Known for his introspective brand of indie folk music, the up and coming act already has listeners across the country hooked to his signatures melodies. A wonderful performance which deserves a lovely audience, make sure to show up as the talented act takes stage on Day 1.

 

Purple Jays

A six-member Delhi based Blues/Funk/Soul band sharing a common love for great melodies, eclectic sound and more, Purple Jays have come a long way since their highly impressive debut within the indie music space in India back in 2013. Known for creating an absolute riot of melodies, expect a potpourri of cover versions and originals as the band performs live on Day 1 of The Grub Fest.

 

The Copy Cats

Recognized as one of the finest cover bands in Delhi, The Copy Cats will be making their debut appearance at The Grub Fest this weekend with a phenomenal performance in tow. Comprising of some of the best session musicians of New Delhi, the members have performed some of the most authentic tribute shows in the past, including tributes to Bryan Adams, Michael Jackson, John Mayer, Maroon 5, RHCP, etc. So rest assured for a unique experience and come on down to catch them live on Saturday, 18th March.

 

Hari & Sukhmani

One of the most loved duos at The Grub Fest, Hari & Sukhmani are all set to make a triumphant return at the festival this weekend! The seasoned acts are known to fuse folk music from the land of Punjab with ambient electronica to create a sound that is fresh and eclectic. And as they continue to command their position as one of the finest performers over the years, expect nothing short of spectacular as they gear up to enthrall fans on Day 2.

 

Indeep Bakshi

Mainstream Bollywood audience knows him with songs like “Saturday Saturday”, “ 36 Aayengi 36 Jayengi” and “Tere Liye” but don’t confine this dynamic Delhite, Indeep Bakshi to that. The 25-year old singer has a charm in his music and personality that resonates well with youth. With his live shows, he usually takes thing up a notch and keeps the audience on their feet! So set your reminders as Indeep Bakshi takes over The Grub Fest on Saturday, 18th March.

 

Sejal Morris

Delhi-based talent Sejal Morris has been quickly rising up the ranks to place herself as one of the top up and coming acts within the indie music space in India. Set to perform on the final day of The Grub Fest this weekend, make sure to catch her live as she aims to cover the over played, over streamed, chart topping pop numbers with a personal hint of Jazz and Soul to them.

 

Akhil Sachdeva

Lead vocalist of sufi-rock band Nasha and one of India’s finest talents, Akhil Sachdeva is poised to deliver an electric performance on the final day of The Grub Fest this weekend. Having proven his worth within the Indian music scene throughout the years, the Delhi-based act recently also made his Bollywood debut with his track ‘Humsafar’. And if you are to believe us, you better not give this one a miss!

 

Mojojojo

Known for his unique take on bass music, Akshay Johar aka Mojojojo is undoubtedly the one to watch out for with his productions and thumping live performances. A regular not only at Delhi nightlife but also across the country, Mojojojo is one of the go-to artists when people demand bass. Now you know that there will be bass and it’s gonna be heavy as he takes stage on Sunday, 19th March!

 

Bally Sagoo

The man behind the some of the biggest Punjabi blockbuster hits including ‘Mera Laung Gawacha’, ‘Aaja Nachle’, ‘Gud Naal Ishq Mitha’ and many more, Bally Sagoo will be making his debut appearance at The Grub Fest this weekend. Set to headline Day 3 of the festivities, make sure to catch the legend LIVE!

 

The Grub Fest is slated to take place from 17-19th March, 2017. Grab your passes via Insider or Cleartrip.

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