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Spruce Up Your Sunday With Soul Sante – A Celebration of Food, Music & The Arts

Sunday Soul Sante
Written by Poorva Tamhane
After two successful editions, Sunday Soul Sante is back in Hyderabad. Sante literally means a toast to health so you can imagine what the event is all about. A celebration of life in technicolour with a fun flea market, food stalls and various exciting events and performances by artists of all hues.

Sunday Soul Sante was first started in 2010 in the city of Bangalore and became a huge success there. Soon after, the organizers expanded to other cities, which include Pune and Hyderabad. This would be their third edition in Hyderabad. Overall, the event has a fun carnival vibe which serves as a bridge for the entertainment and retail space.

Sunday Soul Sante Photo

The motive of Sunday Soul Sante is to bring together families on the weekend and provide some wholesome entertainment for each and every member of the family. The event will see a number of arts, crafts and design vendors who are often not in the mainstream.

In the past, the event has featured artists such as Soul Works (Designer Karima), Bubblove (Fresh Hand Made Soaps), Silver Nut Tree (Designer Rituparna & Angeline), Manjunath Bhat (Founder/Designer OWL), Pink Jalebi, Flames of the Forest (Exclusive Designer Jewellery), Pigtails & Ponys (Hair Accessories Brand) and Prasad Bhat (Illustrator – Graphicurry) among many others.

Among the bands to be featured at the event are Aathma, a contemporary rock band from Bangalore who are the only Indian band to have performed and spoken at a TEDx event. They are a multi-genre band that performs in six different Indian languages.

Aathma Band
Source – Radio City

This year for the Hyderabad edition, the retail and arts space will feature exclusive apparel brands like Elore, Aira, Aarnaa, Famita Latheef, Trunkbox, The Status Symbol and more. There is also some metal art by Atrangi which you can explore at the event. Retailers for accessories, footwear, handicrafts and more will be present too.

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