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The 10th edition of Saz-e-Bahar, a two-day festival of Indian instrumental music, returns with internationally renowned instrumentalists like Akam Khan, Ronu Majumdar, Dilshad Khan and Mohi Bah'uddin Dagar. They will be seen playing instruments like rudraveena, sarangi, bansuri and tabla.
Where: Godrej Dance Theatre
When: April 8-9, 6 PM
Price: Rs 135 (members) Rs 150 (public)
To Book: ncpamumbai.com
The Magic Beans have come up with a summer camp for children filled with fun activities and learning. The six-week-long summer camp is designed in such a manner that each week will see children learning something new, including how to recycle, discovering the various planets and galaxies in space, storytelling and art and crafts. There is even a 10 per cent discount for early registration for the camp (valid till
Where: Magic Beans, Kemps Corner
When: April 25 onwards
Price: Rs 3,499 onwards (offline); R1,500 onwards (online)
SneakinOut, the sneakers festival, is here with limited edition and high-demand sneakers, streetwear, accessories and collectibles. It allows one to trade as well as celebrate the growing sneaker culture.
Where: Raasta Bombay, Khar
When: April 3, till 11 PM
Price: Rs 199 onwards
To Book: sole searchindia.com
Gear up for a night of Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba with dance instructor Avan Metha at Balsa. They also have a workshop slotted along with social dancing on some energetic tunes. Plus, there is a variety of eccentric cocktails and a wide selection of delicious tapas to make the event even more exciting.
Where: Balsa, Lower Parel
When: April 3, 8.30 PM onwards
Entry fee: R250
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