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7 happening venues in Hyderabad you shouldn’t miss


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One of the most notable things about Hyderabad is its weather. The sun is never harsh except during summer months; rest of the months, the city offers a cool breeze. Hyderabad has natural spaces amidst the bustling city that makes for amazing music spots, also the hide and seek game of the sun makes the open air spaces spectacular. As, anything related to music or art has the potential to become extraordinary given the right surroundings, we thought of revealing seven most happening venues in the city which are worth the mention. These venues organise music events and live gigs throughout the year. Read on.

Heart Cup Coffee
The small open-air yard stands testament to some of the most prolific electronic music performances. Sunday evenings get groovy with electronic music while weekdays are mellower. It has two branches, one is in Begumpet and another one is in Jubilee Hills. The Jubilee Hills branch is right in the middle of the city, and has a crowd be it a weekday or a weekend. From live rock and roll bands to cover bands to live electronic music to DJ sets across genres, this two-floor venue is definitely popular in the city of pearls.

Hyederabad venues cafe heart cup coffee

This space has been newly renovated and the spin seems to be working pretty well. They curate a monthly dub, drum n bass night which is all the rage nowadays. With the space for live jazz or fusion music to take the centre stage, there’s some space for the dancing crowd too. Good thing is it has reasonably priced beer, a bar behind, and a cosy open terrace to take a moment to reflect on the amazing music indoors. FuBar is definitely scoring impressive points for a recently renovated place.

Hyederabad venues FuBar

Tabula Rasa
The lighting and the bamboo plants that usher you into this venue are enough to get a whiff of what might be waiting for you. As quirky as the décor looks, the music space is equally experimental. With a medium sized bar that takes space right in the middle with dinner tables in the corners and some audience space upfront, the ambiance is just right for someone performing. It’s comfortable and easy going.

Hyederabad venue Tabula Rasa

Stone Waters
This is a mostly a cover band kind of a venue but what makes it interesting is the view from the terrace where the venue is located. You can pretty much see the whole city and the performers get an even better view because it’s on a way higher platform. The terrace is also designed with a lot of plants which makes you feel like you could be in any city, really.

stone waters


Beats Per Minute
This is a sprawling area of trees and shrubbery with a huge space in the middle, dotted with bars and mini bards on the side-lines and an elevated stage for musicians specifically built for dance music events. It was one of the most awaited venues before it opened and it was well worth the wait because being able to watch the stars in the night while dancing to music is one of the best experiences music lovers could ask for.

Hyederabad venues Beats per minute

Block 22
This is a proper nightclub but has one of the best sound designs and equipment to make it the best experience for dance music lovers and dance music players. The world-class design makes this space matchless. DJs and producers who perform here from all over the world love the sonics.

Hyderabad venues Block 22

Olive Bistro
This is a popular junction in Jubilee Hills. This place is not only known for their aesthetically designed outdoors but also their cuisine, and as a result, it attracts foodies and music aficionados. The ambiance is kickass and from disco music to live performances to private parties, Olive Bistro is one of the most happening places in the city.

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