Mahindra Roots Festival unveils a phenomenal line-up of prominent artists for its newest edition set to take place in Mumbai.
The repertoire of artists and bands performing includes Weaving Voices by Roysten Abel, Tajdar Junaid, Abhanga Respost, The Raghu Dixit Project and many more.
Bandra, the heart of Mumbai, is all set to turn into a union of India’s rich and diverse cultural heritage this February with the Mahindra Group’s newest cultural outreach initiative – the Mahindra Roots Festival – unveiling a line-up of over 10 incredible artists across multiple genres, languages and subcultures for its debut edition. Through this, the festival intends to recognise, nurture, as well as reintroduce Indian cultural roots to the new-age contemporary audience.
With this line-up, the festival will span theatre performances, folk music, classical music and poetry, contemporary Sufi, Abhangas, Bengal’s Baul music tradition, tribal music forms and immersive storytelling to bring millennial and Gen Z audiences closer to a melting pot of voices and art intrinsic to the pulse of India’s cultural matrix.
The festival’s opening night will be held on 24th February at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir while the subsequent performances will be hosted at Bandra Fort Amphitheatre on 25th & 26th February, and antiSOCIAL on 25th February 2023.
The festival aims to resurrect and showcase India’s traditional culture embedded in performing and visual arts and to enable audiences to feast on the scenic views of the ‘Queen of Suburbs’ while experiencing the power of music, arts and literature.
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