FMW Weekend Planner!

We know that we’ve been bragging about the music fests of late, but we haven’t forgotten about the others who prefer something a tad bit different. Food, film and art festivals around the corner and on the edge!


*21st November – Sunburn Season 8 presents Afrojack!

We couldn’t be more excited with the influx of international biggies flying into the country just before we ring in the new year. And what better than the star himself, Afrojack.
NSCI-SVP Stadium, Mahalaxmi
Tickets priced at Rs 2500 (General) & Rs 5000 (V.I.P.)
*21st November – Wild Bom Party
A one of a kind night dedicated to mind bending psychedelic tunes, from a list of international artists such as Nuky/ Dirty Safi (U.K.), Southwild & Rastaliens (Germany) and an opening act by Dj Moss (India).
Blue Frog, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
*21st November – Friday Rumble at Corniche
What better way than to reserve your night with a deck by the sea with a couple of drinks and some underground house and techno vibes by Ankytrixx and Simply Raa. Make the best out of their happy hours that are on from 4pm to 11pm.
Corniche, Near Cafe Coffee Day, Carter Road, Bandra (West)
*22nd & 23rd November – Come spend your day at the Farmers Market!
A farmers market curated by Karen Anand, offering 50 exhibitors including indian and international produce of cold cuts, patisserie, wineries, gourmet products, regional pop up restaurants, workshops, live bands and more!
High Street Phoenix, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (11am-7pm)
*22nd November – Brunch, Bubbles & Beats
An all day brunch extravaganza hosted by the White Owl, that begins from noon and lasts till dusk. The day features a mod European brunch with Chandon across acoustic chords by Vedant Doshi, while it ends the night with a promising jam session!
The White Owl, One Indiabulls Center, Tower Two Lobby, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
22nd November – 30th November – Perhaps the International Film Festival of India ought to do you good!
Projecting the excellence of film art by dedicating a festival in full glory to numerous films makers and viewers. Check out the 45th edition of the IFFI schedule and hurry to register yourselves.
Campal, Panjim
22nd November – 30th November – Come and Celebrate Bandra!
The queen of the suburbs can never be compared to the others and is always in the news for the hustle and bustle it creates in the air. The packed festival will festoon in a melting pot of culture, with regards to music, theatre, art, food, heritage, sports, poetry. A food festival (22nd & 23rd November from 5pm-11pm) will also be hosted by The Bandra Gymkhana with a line of food stations to satisfy your savoury needs!
Carter Road, Bandra