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Bengaluru's licence rules are shutting down many iconic live music venues

Two iconic venues will shut shop by next week. Another 100-odd are at risk

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Bengaluru | restaurants | Weekend Reads

Nikita Puri 

bFlat, a restaurant and live music venue in Bengaluru’s Indiranagar
bFlat, a restaurant and live music venue in Bengaluru’s Indiranagar | Courtesy: bFlat

After spending close to two hours setting up equipment and doing sound checks on August 29, Bengaluru-based singer-songwriter Mahesh Raghunandan was told he couldn’t perform as planned. Raghunandan, 27, peeped out from the backstage at bFlat, a restaurant and live music venue at Indiranagar, and found the audience waiting for him.

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First Published: Sat, September 28 2019. 00:53 IST
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