Last Updated: March 01, 2015, 21:19 IST
Metal junkies were seen head banging as Bhayanak Maut performed on Saturday.
On Saturday, Barmer Boys, a group from Rajasthan wooed the audience with rich folk tunes from the state.
And the lead singer from Sanghoy Blues- a band from Mali- won the hearts of the audience with his cool dance moves.
Comedy collective AIB had everyone in splits with their songs on Salman Khan, toilet habbits and Bollywood in general.
Everyone was absolutely awestruck when Panditji started playing the famous Mohan Veena.
Amit Trivedi's act was undoubtedly the showtopper of the Weekender in capital this year. The composer along with his band played all the popular Bollywood hits to a packed audience.
The finale on the first day of the festival was spectacular show with Raghu Dixit Project and Nritarutya collaborating for a grand show.
Dancer of Nritarutya performed to live music as the audience stood awestruck to the so much colour and vibrancy on stage.
Kolkata band The Supersonics set the mood just right for Sunday evening with some alternative rock.
On Sunday, Indian Ocean sang songs from their new album Tandanu and collaborated with violinist Kumaresh Rajagopalan for one song and Grammy award winning slide-guitar player Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt for another.
London based band, Goldspot played popular numbers for their fans and front man Siddhartha Khsola even dedicated a song to his grandmother who was present in the audience.
Bacardi NH7 Weekender ensured that the weekend in Delhi was a happy one. With artistes from different genres performing at the festival, there was something for everyone at music festival.