Your Ultimate Weekend Guide

Confused what to do over the weekend? Can’t seem to find anything that fits your budget? Are the weekdays wearing you out? Are you looking for the ideal unwinding opportunity on the weekend? Bid adieu to all your woes! And it does not matter if you are forever alone, committed, married, divorced, or left-at-the-altar. We have something for each of you to fulfill all of your wacky desires and fascinations.
Rock, EDM, Bollywood music, dance, theatre, stand-up comedy, adventure, poetry, exhibitions – whatever your passion may be – here is a list of exciting places to be at this weekend:
Asli Rockstars: Atif Aslam and Mohit Chauhan
What? A concert you just cannot miss – the two rockstars come together on stage for the first time ever!
When: Sunday – February 22, 2015
Where: Leisure Valley Parking Ground, Gurgaon

Arijit Singh Live in Concert – Pune
What? An enthralling performance by the music maestro that’s ruling Bollywood!
When: Saturday – February 21, 2015
Where: Balewadi Stadium, Pune

Stand-Up Comedy:
History of India – VIRitten feat. Vir Das
What? The funniest, wittiest and sensational relook at the history of India by Vir Das!
When: Sunday – February 22, 2015
Where: Sirifort Auditorium, Delhi
Art and Craft:
Sunday Soul Sante
What? An ode to contemporary arts and crafts – a platform that will promote artists and offer a plethora of creativity, live music, food and more!
When: Sunday – February 22, 2015
Where: Opposite Irish Village, Koregaon Park, Pune

CinePlay of Vickram Kapadia’s Bombay Talkies
What? Intriguing stories of seven people – each of them marked by failure and doubt.

When: Sunday – February 22, 2015
Where: Atta Galata, Bengaluru

Spotlight: Spoken Word with Kalki Koechlin
What? An exclusive 30-minute spoken word poetry set by Kalki about life, womanhood and much more.
When: Sunday – February 22, 2015
Where: The Hive, Khar (W), Mumbai

Barbecue Master Class
What? Cook everything from whole chickens to chocolate brownies and learn simple techniques of barbecue-ing!
When: Saturday – February 21, 2015
Where: Weber Experience Center, Bengaluru


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