Live Music Live Festival | blueFROG

blueFROG, a pioneer in live contemporary music scene in India has created and partnered with select music festivals:-


This creative collaborative movement was launched by blueFROG with a view to showcase to music lovers the versatility of Indian classical music and its ability to fuse with different music genres and cultures, and thereby create great new sounds and styles. Since its launch in August 2014, the campaign has seen many big names participate to further the cause of live music such as Taufiq Qureshi, Ehsaan Noorani, George Brooks, and Purbayan Chatterjee who remains the curator of the series.
Apart from being a venue renowned for curating the best music from around the world, for unrivalled food and beverage and acoustic excellence, blueFROG also curates various festivals and music properties every year.


The most notable of these is Sula Fest held annually in the lush Sula vineyards in Nashik. In the 4 years that blueFROG has been curating the music for this festival, audience participation has gone up from 7,000 to 15,000 (in 2015).
Each year the line-up gets bigger with massive international names on the music scene plus the best in Indian talent.
It is a 2-day weekend festival and blueFROG begins preparing for it almost a year in advance working out the logistics of getting multiple artists and bands from all the country and the world, setting up the mains stage schedules, arranging local transportation and artist accommodation. A dedicated team of 10-12 work round the clock at the festival ensuring the smooth handling of the schedule.


This festival celebrates a bouquet of unique and enchanting destination experiences at the Taj Falaknuma Palace which provides a surreal backdrop to an incredible experience of timeless luxury with the unveiling of The Falaknuma Festival. The festival showcases a kaleidoscope of events from the cultural capital of the country Hyderabad.

blueFROG once again curated all the music entertainment for this two-festival held in and around the historic premises of the Taj Falaknuma Palace.