Friday, October 2


Under the Stars 2015

At this all-night sleep-out, you can expect band performances, storytelling, food stalls, and more. Proceeds go to charities working with the homeless.

Where: Indiranagar Club, 9th Main, 4th Cross Rd, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: 6pm onwards

Find the event on Facebook here.

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Talk and film screening

Drawing parallels between the Tibetan struggle for freedom and Gandhian values, this event hopes to generate awareness about the Tibetan story. Entry is free.

Where: Tibetan Youth Hostel, No 7, SR Garden, Srinivagilu, 4th Block, Koramangala

When: 5.30pm

Find the event on Facebook here.


After Hours #04: Swaminathan Gopalan

Swaminathan Gopalan, a teacher at The Valley School since 1982, speaks about Eating Wisely and Well.

Where: Co.lab, Domlur Layout, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Domlur

When: 4pm 

Price: INR 100 for entry

Find the event on Facebook here.

Find them on Facebook here.


Make your own solar lamps

solar lamp

The Swiss startup LED Safari leads a workshop that will help participants make low-cost solar lamps.

Where: SwissNex India, 26, Rest House Crescent Road

When: 10.30am

Find the event on Facebook here.

Register for the event here.


Claytopia Craft Carnival

The popular cafe and activity centre hosts a day showcasing crafts such as handmade jewellery, planters, custom-made stationery and more. You can also expect tarot card readings and live music.

Where: Bistro Claytopia, 11, 80 Feet Main Road, SBI Colony, 3rd Block, Koramangala

When: noon onwards

Contact: 080 64350526

Find the event on Facebook here.

Boho-Gypsy: Pop-up by Udd & Paarisha


Mumbai bohemian clothing brand Udd brings its collection Totem Tandav, inspired by totem poles and Lord Shiva’s tandav dance. On the shelves will be sarees, dupattas and skirts sporting masks, birds, lucky charms and tribal inspiration. Plus, city-based jewellery artiste Chinanshu’s label Paarisha.

Where:  House of Taamara, #3281, 12th Main, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar

When: Until October 4, 10.30am to 7.30pm

Find the event on Facebook here.

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Saturday, October 3


Halli Habba

Rural traditions of states such as Rajasthan, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and more are on display at this two-day-long festival. Also on offer are food, games and arts with a rural theme. The event continues on Sunday October 4.

Where: Freedom Park, Palace Road/Ramachandra Road, Gandhi Nagar

When: 10am

Contact: Email, or call +91 8867476221.

Find the event on Facebook here.

Buy tickets for the event here.


The Spectacular Circus

This evening promises to immerse you in the world of the circus, complete with ring master, lions, jokers, fire-eaters, and more.

Where: Auditorium, Jyoti Nivas College, Hosur Road, Koramangala Industrial Layout, Koramangala

When: 5.45pm

Contact: For passes, contact Sheela at 9845280377 between 10am and 2.30pm.

Find the event on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Sunday, October 4


TedxBangalore2015 – All or Nothing

The independently organised TED event features speakers such as spaceship designer Susmita Mohanty, and Yonatan Raz-Fridman, founder of Kano, “the computer anyone can make.” Check out our first-look here.

Where: MLR Convention Centre, Dyvasandra Industrial Layout Mahadevapura, Whitefield

When: 9am

Find the event on Facebook here.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Buy tickets for the event here.


The Chronic Blues Circus

For a night of classic blues, head to this music hub where veteran band The Chronic Blues Circus will be playing music form their second and latest album – Kali Yuga Blues ll. Entry is free so make sure you’re there early for a good spot.

Where: blueFROG, # 3, Church Street, Bangalore

When: 8.30pm onwards

Check out the venue on Facebook here, the band, here and the event here.

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