"Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life", the quote is as true as ever. Delhi is one city that is always brimming to the top with great musical events. They are some of the best and most engrossing ways to get lost in your own world, and let your hair down over some great live music. Here, we've compiled a list of the best live musical shows in Delhi that will help you pick yourself up for the coming work week.

Syncopation

One of India's premier Jazz bands is coming to town and we're losing it. Taking inspirations from the great Coltrane, these guys know what they're up to and are the masters of jazz improv. Their soothing tones are all you need to lay off after a long week and paired with some smooth drinks, they will surely take you to unknown worlds.

Where: The Piano Man Jazz Club: Delhi, Safdarjung Enclave

When: Friday, June 21

Price: ₹299

Sufi Night

Another relaxing show to blow off the steam, a Sufi Musical Night is all you need to get rejuvenated for the working days ahead. The sufi musical night has a great lineup of amazing musicians, each of whom will wow you with their talents. Some of the notable musicians are Dhruv Sharma, Aditya Sharma and Salman, each of who have a divine magic of their own.

Where: Circle Cafe: New Delhi

When: 26th June

Price: ₹199

Classic Rock Tribute by 331/3

Get back to the glory days of rock and roll with 331/3, the band who are performing at Hard Rock Gurugram. Taking inspirations from masters of the art- Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Doors and a few more, 331/3's musical genius stretches the boundary and gives a new spin to these age old bands while keeping the essence of the songs the same. For hard core blues rock fans, this is a must visit.

Where: Hard Rock Cafe: Gurgaon R-Block, DLF City, Phase 3, Gurgaon

When: 28th June

Price: ₹600

Arjit and Company: Matinee special

This Indie alt-folk band from Mumbai is gonna leave you gushing with emotions. Their music is unlike you've heard and it has a unique ring of its own. Taking the listener on a journey through different dimensions and emotions, it will certainly have you exploring more of thier music. For a completely new musical experience, you have to pay a visit to Arjit and Company's upcoming show.

Where: The Piano Man Jazz Club: Delhi Commercial Complex B 6/7-22,

When: 30th June

Price: ₹299

The Royal Soiree

The Royal Soiree is going to be the hottest DJ night in town. The night will be filled with funk, electro and techno music, which is what makes it one of the most lit places to be on Friday. Since it is on the weekend, you can dance the night away like there's no tomorrow. Not only is this a great party night, but the music is amazing and mesmerizing.

Where: Imperfecto Shor: Delhi Hotel Pride Plaza

When: 5th July

Price: ₹999

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