We all know this classic festival for the creativity it showcases every year. We love the installations and there’s so much to do here. This year, they’ve taken it a notch higher and turned the Kala Ghoda green, in keeping with their theme for the year – nature. 2018 is all about protecting Mother Earth.

1. The Hara Ghoda

This is the highlight that is proudly showcased at the festival. It signifies how the festival is all about ‘going green’.
Date: All days

2. It’s going to be a riot!

Rohan Joshi from All India Bakchod will be performing a stand-up gig at Irish House, Kalaghoda.
Date: 5th February

3. World Art Session

Children can try their hands at different techniques of painting. There’s bark painting, Gond painting and Khokloma.
Date: 8th and 9th February

4. Shreelancer

This flick is about a Bangalore-based freelance copywriter (Shree) who is in his mid-20’s struggles to cope with self-doubts about his artistic abilities. This will be screened at the Coomaraswamy Hall.
Date: 5th February

5. Dance at it’s best!

The extremely talented Sandip Soparrkar will be showcasing different types of dance forms to the visitors. This includes Jive, Salsa, Waltz, Tango with a twist of Bollywood.
Date: 6th February

6. Bring on the booze

Get a cocktail masterclass by the team of the famous bar ‘The Urban Foundry.
Date: 6th February

7. Learn North Indian Trade Secrets

Learn the tricks of the trade from the staff of the popular restaurant Copper Chimney.
Date: 9th February

8. Bombay Green Cycle Ride

Cycling (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)
Cycling (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

Bring your own cycles or rent them at a nominal cost with your friends and family to take a ride along the beauty of this historic city sponsored by The Lodha Group.
Date: 11th February

9. Mumbai Noir

Arti Surendranath and Crime Fiction author/filmmaker Piyush Jha explore Mumbai’s heroes and femme fatales.
Date: 10th February

10. Ustad Zakir Hussain Live

This is a must watch! The one and only Ustad Zakir Hussain live solo with Sabir Khan (Sarangi)
Date: 8th February

So, there you have it. You guide to the amazingly classic festival that is a must visit every year. Do leave us your comments about your experience!

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