Hard Rock Cafe Hyderabad celebrates 10th anniversary with an eclectic line-up for the weekend
Hard Rock Cafe Hyderabad turns 10 this Saturday! And that’s why the resto-bar is celebrating this weekend with an eclectic line-up of bands covering various genres. Here are the musicians you can look forward to:
Tribute to Pink Floyd ft. Dark Light
Known for their psychedelic and progressive sound, Bengaluru’s Dark Light is set to be back in the city for their third gig. Formed in 2012, this five-piece outfit heavy influences from bands like Pink Floyd, U2 and Guns ’n’ Roses. “We’ve performed in Hyderabad a couple of times before and it has always been a great experience. Each one of us in the band loves Pink Floyd and our audience enjoys listening to our covers as much as we love performing them. Expect everything from The Dark Side of The Moon to The Endless River,” says guitarist Mohammad Uvais. The band also comprises Jose Xavier on vocals, Anand Pilakkat on keys, Shashank Dutt on bass and Subir on drums.
Road to OnePlus Music Festival ft. SAAR & When Chai Met Toast
Ahead of the big music festival in Mumbai, RoadtoOPMF is a series of shows happening across the country featuring popular indie musicians in India. For the Hyderabad edition, Kerala-based When Chai Met Toast will be performing. Expect original songs of the band from their latest Hot Stomp to Khoj. The outfit consists of Ashwin Gopakumar, Achyuth Jaigopal, Palee Francis and Pai Sailesh. “We will be playing all of our originals and popular songs. You can also lookout for the premiere of the Malayalam song Nee Aara for the first time in Hyderabad,” the band shares.
Sunday Night Live ft. Soulmate
To be the only blues band representing India at the 23rd International Blues Challenge, America, in 2007, is one of the reasons why Shillong’s Soulmate is arguably the most loved blues band in the country. The four-member band offers the perfect raw essence of blues, inspired by nature, positivity, other genres like rock, jazz and soul and their hometown — that’s exactly what they’re bringing to the city, this weekend.
Tickets start at Rs.500.
September 20-22, 8 pm onwards.