It’s that time of the year when we have all people in the events and entertainment industry working tirelessly to get their events off the ground for which they have been planning for the entire year.
Celebrate Bandra is one of the best community festivals in Mumbai, and all the events are completely free, the best in music, arts and literature at walking distance from your house. Of course its open to all. But you do need to register for some of the events to get an invite. The easiest way to do so is via the app.
Disclaimer – I registered for some three events, but about a few days back, but I have received no acknowledgement or confirmation so far. Earlier years, one had just to walk down to the fountainhead office to get your pass. I hope my passes arrive before the event.
There are a plethora of activities to choose from depending on your taste and liking. Of course, all of the events are happening simultaneously at multiple venues, so you need to decide before hand to not miss your event.
The Celebrate Bandra Festival began in 2003. It was conceptualized with a view to bring people together through world-class entertainment that is free of cost and accessible to all. In the process, we showcase professional talent and provide a platform for budding talent to grow. Funds from the Festival are channelled to support deserving social projects in a vibrant Bandra community.
– via www.celebratebandra.com
Some Tweets below from Celebrate Bandra Twitter.
From Joseph to Sandra, everybody is going to be at Celebrate Bandra.
This year the 12th – 20th Nov 2016 is going to be chock-full of fun! pic.twitter.com/RUtgqDVc9j
— Celebrate Bandra (@CelebrateBandra) October 26, 2016
— Celebrate Bandra (@CelebrateBandra) November 4, 2016
— Celebrate Bandra (@CelebrateBandra) November 9, 2016
Come & watch the All Stars celebrity team play off against our very own Bandra boys on their turf on the 13th November at St. Andrews Ground pic.twitter.com/j2V48P8chp
— Celebrate Bandra (@CelebrateBandra) November 7, 2016
@bandrainfo beatles with sidd on the 17th at carters and indus creed on the 18th at the amphitheatre would be my choices
— Jeremy Fernand (@JeremyFernand) November 7, 2016