If the festive season and Navratri’s is not your forte and you prefer going out and catching the usual sort of events, we at Campaign India have put together the latest happenings in your city.
The two-week long German Beer festival is making its debut in India this weekend. Catch a Live performance by the Oktoberfest Band - Die Oberbayern who plays annually in the festival in Munich.
The festival will be held in Mumbai at the Turf Club on Saturday and Sunday, with a sponsors only party later today.
Catch this electronica band from Delhi consisting of Arjun Vagale, Ashvin Mani Sharma, Ash Roy and Arjun playing their own compositions at the Bluefrog in Mumbai on Saturday from 10:30 pm onwards.
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Catch this trace producer from the Netherlands spinning his electronic music along with sets from Brute Force and Lost stories. Catch this in Bengaluru at Pebble from 2:00 pm to 11:30 pm on Sunday.
If metal is your genre of music, then the Brute fest (a metal fest) is definitely one you wouldn’t want to miss. Bands like Abandoned Agony, Blind Image, Corrode, Gorified, The Mechanix and Nekronym will be a part of the fest.
Catch this in Bengaluru at Kyra in the Kattima Centre in Indira Nagar from 12:30 pm onwards on Sunday.
Catch this Kannadian play about a petty thief Charanadasa at the Ranga Shankara in Bengaluru on Saturday from 7:30 pm onwards.
Visit the Comedy Store in Mumbai at the Palladium in Phoenix Mills to catch Wayne Deakin, Sean Meo and Quincy perform on Friday Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 pm and 10:30 pm.