Top 6 Live venues in Mumbai: Not to miss list for music lovers in Mumbai
The populous city of Maharashtra, Mumbai is making strides in music along with business. The ‘City of Dreams', as it was called before, is now referred to as the ‘City of Music' which never sleeps. If any of you are planning to dive into the world of music, we have made a list of such places appreciating good live music.
The Quarter: The Quarter, the city’s newest cultural headquarters comprises four distinct venues situated at the iconic Royal Opera House. Live at The Quarter (a live music venue), Drink at The Quarter (a cocktail bar), Café at The Quarter (an all-day café) open this October, while Dine at The Quarter (an al-fresco restaurant) opens in the first week of November. The venues are a collaboration between four partners who have all contributed to the rise of the city's cultural scene - legendary musician Ranjit Barot, musician and entrepreneur Ashu Phatak (of Blue Frog and True School of Music), restaurateur Nico Goghavala (of Nico Bombay and Farmer & Sons) and businessman and investor (he’s invested in Cafe Zoe and other restaurants) Nakul Toshniwal.
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The Habitat Comedy and Music Cafe: The concept of The Habitat is as simple as being a home for all performers. A home that has everything available to make it comfortable for all to create, experiment, test out their work, re-work, record and be able to present in an environment that is receptive and welcoming. A home that promotes collaboration between Artists, Performers, Musicians, Stand Up Comedians, Poets, Theatrical Acts, Technicians to create the most conducive environment for growth and learning along with mutually beneficial encounters. In short - collaboration that generates good vibes. A great atmosphere like that coupled with foodgasm inducing comfort food that will keep anyone mesmerised, enthralled.
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The Little Door: The little blue door at the entrance welcomes you with its quaintness and simplicity. Once inside the textured white walls the subtle use of colour and light will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a beach side Mediterranean hideaway. The Little Door knows exactly how to take a regular day to your friendly neighborhood bar and make every evening fresh and exciting. The Little Door is a bit more than the usua l pleasant surprise with Live Jazz nights and other music events.
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Todi Mill Social : A fun place to let your hair down with some amazing live acts performing on stage. Todi Mill Social has a variety of nights programmed on their calendar ranging from Rock to Hip Hop to Jazz. It is a must for all music lovers. The Venue is vast enough to host more than 500 people and with a rusty warehouse feel it gives you the perfect experience for a live gig. This pocket friendly bar is just like any other Social outlet for you to relax and have a good night out along with killer music.
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Hard Rock Cafe Worli: Capturing the essence of Bombay, India’s first Hard Rock Cafe opened in 2006, by the seaside promenade of upscale Worli. The resto-bar has been crowned with the best nightlife and the best American cuisine awards over the last few years. We offer the best burgers, along with a live music venue and a rocking party place. Some of the top artists to have played on our stage include Armin van Buuren, Switchfoot, Wyclef Jean, Jay Sean, Bob Sinclair, Wolfmother, Paul van Dyk, Euphoria, Agnee, Kailash Kher, Demonic Resurrection, Penn Masala, Dirty Vegas, Third Eye Blind, Puddle of Mudd, and Kardinal Offishall! Our cafe adorns set pieces from Elvis Presley, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen and Led Zeppelin and a unique Rock Shop full of souvenirs and merchandise.
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Flyp: This one’s reminiscent of MTV back in its prime: quirky, edgy and full of great music that isn’t cringe pop. The 6500 square-feet, MTV-themed restaurant is resplendent with colourful interiors, an even more colourful menu (kale white chocolate, anyone?) and Indian artistes who know their setlists like we know the back of our hands.
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