Mahindra Roots Festival (MRF) 2024: Dates, Venue, Tickets Booking, Schedule

The Mahindra Roots Festival (MRF) explores unique and forgotten art forms that are an essential part of India's culture. The festival will be held from 24th to 26th February 2024 at different venues in Mumbai. 

The festival showcases theatre, storytelling, folk music, classical music, and poetry in various languages like Hindi, Punjabi, English, and Kannada, along with tribal music and Bengal's Baul tradition. 

MRF reintroduces audiences to their rich cultural heritage through impressive installations and captivating performances. Check the festival schedule here. Don't miss this celebration of India's diverse cultural heritage.

Mahindra Roots Festival Highlights



Mahindra Roots Festival Date

February 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2024

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Nearest Airport 

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

Nearest Railway station 

Bandra Terminus 

Mahindra Roots Festival Dates and Venue

The Mahindra Roots Festival is scheduled for February 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2024, and will take place at various venues, including Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir & Bandra Fort Amphitheatre.

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Mahindra Roots Festival Tickets

To be a part of the event, you need to book your tickets. You can easily book online tickets at Book My Show.

Click on the link to check the ticket cost and booking details: Book My Show.

Mahindra Roots Festival Schedule

Get ready for an exciting opening night on February 24th! Roysten Abel directs 'Weaving Voices,' a mesmerizing mix of storytelling and music. 

Then, on February 25th, experience the beauty of Marathi abhangas in a new musical form by Abhanga Repost, a folk-fusion band. Shabnam Virmani will enchant you with a soulful performance blending Kabir's poetry. Urban folk artist Arko Mukherjee will thrill you with his fusion of traditional and modern music. Tajdar Junaid's transcending fusion of ethnic roots and contemporary bars awaits you.

On the third day, it's all about celebrating love! The Aahvaan Project will present love in today's era through musical storytelling. Raghu Dixit, with his band 'The Raghu Dixit Project,' featuring Raju Das Baul and Shilpa Mudbi, will treat you to soulful South Indian folk music. Jasleen Aulakh will captivate you with her lively performance. And don't miss Alif, introducing you to Urdu and Kashmiri music with his enchanting music and poetry.

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