A Quick Guide To Music Events In Bangalore in March

If you’re in Bengaluru, there’s plenty of music for you to enjoy in March. Check out our list while planning your nights out this month.

Porat

Dance till you drop to psytrance beats by Porat.
When: Saturday, March 7 at 6pm.
Where: Liquid Bar, Swami Vivekananda Road, Ulsoor, Someshwarpura.

Violetta Parisini

The acclaimed Austrian pop/rock singer performs with her band.
When: Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14 at 9.30pm.
Where: Windmills Craftworks, 5B Road, EPIP Zone, Whitefield.

DJ Shadow Dubai

Multi-talented Bollywood DJ and music producer Satheerth Kunneth, aka DJ Shadow Dubai brings his grooves to Bangalore!
When: Saturday, March 14 at 7.30pm.
Where: Opus Superclub, Harlur Main Road, Ambalipura, 1st Sector, HSR Layout, PWD Quarters.

MoonArra

Fusion ensemble MoonArra perform original songs influenced by Indian classical and jazz fusion
When: Friday, March 20 at 8pm.
Where: Radisson Blu Atria, Palace Road, Ambedkar Veedhi, Vasanth Nagar, Sampangi Rama Nagar

Bangalore Open Air 2020

The Bangalore Open Air metal festival has played host to some of the biggest names in heavy metal for the last six years. The 2020 edition features acts such as German power metal band Beyond the Black and American progressive metal outfit Intronaut.
When: Saturday, March 21 at 2pm.
Where: Ramada by Wyndham, Honnenahalli, Doddaballapur Road, Yelahanka

Arijit Singh

The Bollywood singer, who has sung hits such as ‘Channa Mereya’ and ‘Tum Sath Ho’, will take the stage.
When: Saturday, March 21 at 7pm.
Where: Chamundi Vajra, Chamundi Hotel Private Limited, Jayamahal Main Road, Jayamaha.

Ekatvam Holi Music Fest

A three-day Carnatic classical music festival featuring performances by Jayanti Kumaresh on Veena, flautist Pravin Gokhindi and vocal performances by Ranjani-Gayatri and Sanjay Subhrmanyan.
When: Friday, March 20, Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 at 6.30pm.
Where: Gayana Samaj, Krishna Rajendra Road, Opposite To Kims Hospital, Basavanagudi.



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