When not a venue for music festivals and flea markets, Pebble in Sadashiv Nagar is a melting pot for party people to gather and groove to some underground music and EDM.
Groove To Underground Music At This Jungle-Themed Outdoor Party Hotspot
Welcome To The Jungle
If it’s underground music, EDM, and trance that gets you shaking your leg and turning on your party mode on, drive over to Pebble in Sadashiv Nagar. Unlike the usual dance clubs and bars you frequent on weekend, Pebble’s rustic, open-air jungle-theme space is for you to let your hair down and dance away like there’s no worry in the world. Relaxed and carefree vibes seem to be in abundance here, especially since it’s located smack in the centre of Palace Grounds, where there’s really no one else around. Almost every day is a DJ night here, featuring local and international artists plying their trade.
If you are hearing about Pebble for the first time, ask any true blue Bangalorean and they will tell that it’s often the venue for most flea markets, music festivals, and food truck festivals that happen in town. You can check out their Facebook page’s event section to stay up to date with all their events.
Drinks And Grub Scenes
If you are hitting the place with your squad, expect very casual and easy service. Seat yourselves on granite benches or underneath the fairy-light clad trees. There are even rock formations scattered around for you to perch on and chill. Pebble doesn’t serve mains, as it’s really an all-out party place, so fill up on bar nibbles that include Chilli Mushroom, Pepper Chicken, Chilli Beef and of course, the ultimate favourites — Gobi/Chicken Manchurian and French Fries.
Your poisons for the night could be in the form of overpriced shooters and hard liquor. Cocktails are the usual, from Sex On The Beach to Long Island Iced Tea, and are priced at about INR 800. See, we told you the menu might leave you high, but it’ll also leave your pockets dry. But it’s worth it most days thanks to the vibes, that channel Goa, Ibiza and a hint of underground Berlin too.