What Is It?

Contemporary Arts Week is a unique multi-arts, multi-venue performing and visual arts festival.

The concept is three years old, and aims to showcase budding talent across genres. Over the years, it has hosted acts across 12 different genres including dance, music, theatre, stand-up comedy, slam poetry, short films, puppetry, mime and a lot more.

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Why Should I Go For It?

 
 
 
 
 

The opening acts at Nehru Park over Oct 15 – 16 will be packed with offbeat activities like yarn bombing workshops, clowning, finger painting and more, alongside two spectacular music performances – Raghu Dixit Project {Oct 16} and a tribute to Nusrat by country’s best musical talent {Oct 15}.

There’ll also be circus acts, drum circle and a salsa night {sassy, huh?}.

Over the next few days, there’ll be theatre to enjoy, short films to catch, musical performances, comedy nights, mad karaoke, dancing, jam sessions and cray parties spread over different venues such as Summer House Cafe, Epicentre {Gurgaon}, Instituto Cervantes, DLF Cyber Hub, LTG Auditorium, CP restaurants, Zorba the Buddha and more.

There! We just gave you so many reasons.

Anything Else?

We’ve got discounted tickets for LBB App users! Get your exclusively priced passes for Lushin Dubey’s solo performance {Oct 21} and Sahil Vasudeva’s piano recital {Oct 21} by downloading the app.

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When: Oct 15 – 22

Where: Opens at Nehru Park {Oct 15 and 16} and ends at the Garden of Five Senses; acts also scheduled at LTG, Institute of Cervantes, Epicenter, Lok Kala Manch, Korean Cultural Center, DLF Cyberhub, Unplugged Courtyard Café, Bunta Bar, Summer House Café, Social and more {see the exact schedule above}.

Price: Some events are free while others might carry a cost of INR 200 – INR 500.

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Featured photo source: Contemporary Arts Week