What to Expect at The Windmill Festival – India’s First International Kids Festival!

Windmill Festival
Written by Poorva Tamhane
The Windmill Festival, touted as ‘India’s First International Children’s Festival’, is back with its second edition taking place in Mumbai. The festival was started with a view to make it a global property and saw families coming together and spending quality time with their kids as it was hosted in Bangaluru in its first year. With a focus on getting urban children outdoors, the reception for the festival was enormous with over 6,000 families coming together.

What’s exciting about the festival is that fact that it includes day-care centres, play areas, centres for robotics, music and sports arenas, all of which are catered to children of all ages. There are many outdoor arts and crafts workshops and dramatics as well. At the first edition of the festival the country’s largest festival petting zoo was set up along with some Nickelodeon toon characters that were present to entertain the kids too!

Not only that, the festival is well thought out in the sense that it will also have dedicated spaces for adults such as a luxury retail space where one can sit back relax and engage in some retail therapy, there will also be a dedicated space for your grocery shopping needs – pay this zone a visit to find your house brimming with supplies as you head back home from the festival.

If that wasn’t enough there would also be a luxury spa and salon space for you to pamper yourself while your kids revel in the fun of the planned activities at the festival. A knowledge zone to learn and gain tips from experts about better parenting practices as well as a zone for gynaecologists, paediatrics and post-partum therapy would be open for all as well. So come together and spend some quality time with your kids at The Windmill Festival.
Jointly organised by Event Capital and Tribe Asia, the fest, catering to kids below 12 years of age, would be held at the Reliance Jio Garden, Bandra Kurla Complex on the 16th and the 17th of December.

> >

About the author

Poorva Tamhane

Leave a Comment