Gigs at ToitWhen it's about going live, it's all about creating the right vibe.

Apart from being a place where you can enjoy some good brews, we also love doubling up as a place where you can experience some great live music.

So if you stop by for a casual drink, you might just end up catching a live act too.

If you’re familiar with our set-up, you know that we’re fond of levels. And no, that’s not a music related pun. With a seating arrangement spread across three floors, our stage is situated in a way that you can have multiple vantage points, regardless of which floor you’re on.

But there are also pockets of spaces tucked away, in case you just want to grab a drink and some dinner.

But there are also pockets of spaces tucked away, in case you just want to grab a drink and some dinner.

The new section we opened up recently was created with the sole purpose of providing yet another space from where our patrons could enjoy uninterrupted viewing, with a fair enough distance from the stage to ensure good conversation also takes place.

But those are the technical details. What makes Toit a great place for live music is the ambience itself.

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It’s one thing to set the place up for optimal viewing and listening. But quite another when it is complemented by customers who understand the value of savouring home grown talent and show up every time as a sign of support.

They know we’re all about having a good time, and everything within the premises is enjoyed in the same way.

They know we’re all about having a good time.

And it’s not just local acts. We love introducing anything different and fresh to the scene, and so we’ve also featured a bunch of international acts with a refreshing sound.
Like Will and The People, a UK based band, with a Grunge-Ska-Reggae sound, that performed here in April.

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This month, we featured Vineeth Vincent & The Bangalore Voice Collective and the Ananth Menon Trio, showcasing the more acoustic side of things.

Being their debut gig, the former had an entire showcase of acapella, beatboxing, freestyle rapping and some good old acoustic guitar, presenting their own arrangements of popular hits. It was a classic sing-along session.

The energy at Toit has always been the kind that celebrates the spirit of live music.

Taking the acoustic vibe forward, the second act of the night, the Ananth Menon Trio- comprising of veterans of the Bangalore music scene- took the energy up a few notches with their raw, country-blues vibe and their distinct harmonies.

The energy at Toit has always been the kind that celebrates the spirit of live music- with a lot of friendly conversation and the drinks always flowing, you can just sit back, relax, grab a drink and sing along to your favourite song.