While you’re experimenting with various cuisines at the Palate Mini, you can also groove to some tunes being played right in front of you. Here are some bands we think you shouldn’t miss at the fest this weekend.

Spaced Cadets

Started by Delhi guys Bhavya Kohli and Manhar, Spaced Cadets is all about Deep House, Progressive House and Electro. Previously having shared the stage with Dada Life, Hardwell, Alvaro and GMS, they’re all set to get all the peeps at Palate Mini in party mode.

spacedcadetWhen: 12th February

Timings: 4.30pm – 6pm

Find them on Facebook here.

Delhi Indie Project

A seven-member band, Delhi Indie Project consists of peeps from very diverse backgrounds, who have come together and created a whole new genre by combining various music styles. Expect a mix of Sufi, Indie, Bollywood, Folk and Punjabi music blended with Jazz, Blues, Rock, Funk and Latin Music.

When: 12th February

Timings: 7pm – 9pm

Find them on Facebook here.

Bhuvan Bam

Delhi-based singer and songwriter Bhuvam Bam went viral beginning of last year, courtesy his song regarding the various bans imposed by the government. He’s also been known to do covers of popular Hindi songs.

bhuvanbamImage courtesy: Shaanu Chauhan

When: 13th February

Timings: 11.30am – 1pm

Find him on Facebook here.

Rock Veda

rockvedaThis band’s been around for a few fests, and by that we mean Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Storm Festival, South Asian Bands Festival and Jaipur Literature Festival. They’re giving Indian Classical with a creative contemporary mix, belting out original compositions that have also been featured on Coke Studio.

When: 13th February

Timings: 7pm – 9pm

Find them on Facebook here.

OSA Drum Circle

This one’s more of a community than a band. The OSA Drum Circle comprises a large group of men and women who get together to create some beats. We’re betting you can’t help but move to the rhythm.

When: 14th February

Timings: 12pm – 1.30pm

Find them on Facebook here.

Faridkot

Known in many circles as Confused Pop, Faridkot’s been churning out popular music since 2008. They started with Sufi music, and along the way have known to play a mix of shifting blues guitars and harmonic love melodies with a thumping percussion and bass.

faridkotWhen: 14th February

Timings: 7pm – 9pm

Find them on Facebook here.