It is Known as Asia's largest and finest Blues phenomenon, the Mahindra Blues Festival brings together some of the best Blues musicians in the world for 2 days of guitar-rippin', soul-trippin' action at the iconic Mehboob Studio in Mumbai.

Since its inception in 2011, the Mahindra Blues Festival has been instrumental in bringing down international Blues legends like Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker Jr., Taj Mahal, and Walter Trout, among others, to Mumbai - fuelling a burgeoning interest in Blues music throughout the country. MBF has also become a great platform for Indian Blues bands to perform alongside the best Blues musicians in the world. MBF was also nominated in 2014 for the 'Keeping the Blues Alive' award presented by the The Blues Foundation of America.

In 2016, MBF returns in its sixth year, with a fantastic line-up featuring the likes of Joss Stone, Keb’Mo’, Malina Moye, King King and The Heritage Blues Orchestra, along with home-grown talent like Soulmate and the winners of The Mahindra Blues Band Hunt 2016.

                    

Catering specifically to the niche musical genre, the Mahindra Blues Festival pulls in an impressive crowd along with some of the world’s best Blues musicians for its two-day gala. Being Asia’s largest and finest Blues phenomenon, MBF takes pride in entertaining headlining acts by blues legends such as Buddy Guy himself.

This fest is held in Mumbai on 13th and 14th February 2016, which as a city is a box full of treasures for tourists all over right from marveling at its splendid architecture and history to indulging in plush cruising as well as local food adventures. So even after you have had your fill of this elite festival, you can always spend a couple more days taking in the magic of Mumbai!

                    

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