Delhi Jazz Festival is set to be bigger than last year, thanks to the success of the event.

This year’s instalment of the Delhi Jazz Festival is set to be even more memorable than that from 2011 as the organisers seek to build on its success.

Taking place in Nehru Park, the event will see musicians travel from around the world to perform, with groups from Germany, Mexico and Poland just some of those included on the line-up, the Daily Mail reported.

Sanjeev Bhargava, who heads the cultural NGO and event co-organiser, said the growth of the festival will help to secure Delhi’s position as an international destination.

“The international bands that had come for the festival last year were delighted with the response they got. Most of them wanted to come back this year,” Mr Bhargava told the newspaper.

Taking place between April 8th and 10th, the music will start each day at 18:30 local time, with the music set to run through late into the night.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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