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Candlelight Concerts for a Romantic Night in Mumbai

Did you know that you can now experience your favourite music in orchestral format? Candlelight Concerts are now available in India, and they will bring your romantic, Bridgerton-esque fantasies to life. In a sea of candles, an orchestra will serenade the audience with the best works in history. The candles are LED, of course, to avoid any fire hazard or smoke inhalation. From Bollywood soundtracks to a tribute to Coldplay, here are a few performances you can catch in Mumbai.

Candlelight Orchestra

Orchestra

Candlelight: A Tribute to Coldplay

Candlelight: A Tribute to Coldplay will be performed on 15 June, unfortunately sold out, and on 19 July at the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai. The orchestra will perform favourites like Fix You and Yellow. The price range includes:

Zone Price
Zone C (back of the venue) ₹1499
Zone B (middle range) ₹1999
Zone A (front row) ₹2499

Candlelight: Tribute to Indian Composers

Candlelight: Tribute to Indian Composers at Grand Hyatt Mumbai on 2 June and 4 August. 2 June is sold out, but you can still catch it on 4 August. The performance will cover a variety of composers, from A. R. Rahman to Anirudh Ravichander. The price range includes:

Zone Price
Zone D (back of the venue) ₹1199
Zone C (middle range and side of the stage) ₹1499
Zone B (middle range and side of the stage) ₹1999
Zone A (front row) ₹2499

Candlelight: From Mozart to Chopin

Candlelight: From Mozart to Chopin will be on stage on 17 August at the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai. You get to experience the best of classical music live. The price range includes:

Zone Price
Zone C (back of the venue) ₹1499
Zone B (middle range) ₹1999
Zone A (front row) ₹2499

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