On Saturday nights when the sun goes down we can be found at various bandstands around the city. In April and May every year there is a Bandstand Revival, where the bandstands are opened up and local musicians play there. This week it was a Dadar Chowpatty. The venue is really a great place, right on the water, with a view of the Sealink to South Mumbai in the background.
The first group to play were traditional Indian musicians - sitar and tabla. The music was interesting. Look over to the left of the photo and you will see Lex and me. The idea of the Bandstand Revival is to promote the culture and traditions of Mumbai by recreating the environment from the 1800s by having free live band performances in the open air in the evenings.
The second group that played were a fusion group - some rock, some folk, some based on Indian ragas. I loved it as the sun went down and it got cooler and darker.