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    Fun stop
    January 16-17 | Whitefield
    Gear up for a weekend of non-stop funtainment at the Bengaluru Carnival.
    Be part of this extravaganza, as you shop till you drop at the flea market, rock to incredible performances, and bring back your childhood memories with classic carnival games. And if all of this doesn’t satiate you, the food trucks surely will. Entry free. At Phoenix Market City. 11 am. Details: 40677300

    TTD3Retail therapy
    January 15 onwards | Ashok Nagar
    Collage Shop India will host their end of season sale with over 70 per cent discounts on creations by designers such as Anupama, Anushka Khanna, Arjun Saluja, Ekru, Geisha Designs, Pero, Payal Pratap, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Indian August, Pankaj & Nidhi and more. At Collage India. 10 am-7.30 (Mon-Sat); 11 am-6 pm (Sun). Rs. 2,000 upwards. Details: 25566818

    The D&B dose
    January 15 | Church Street
    The ‘electronic god’ from Bengaluru, DJ Vachan Chinappa, will take charge behind the console at blueFROG this weekend. He is one of India’s most popular DJs, and specialises in minimal tech and hard electronic sounds. Catch him live and dance to his jungle, and drum and bass mixes. Rs. 1,000 (cover). At blueFROG. 9 pm. Details: 69999549

    Get trapped
    January 15 | Church Street
    Rohan Chauhan, aka KAOS, is a 22-year-old music producer from London. Catch his first performance in the city on Friday. He will turn the table in trap and bass music, a niche he discovered after exploring genres such as house, garage, drum ‘n’ bass, and dubstep. Entry free. At Church Street Social. 9 pm. Details: 7899012855

    8.7.3 (301)Tough trails
    January 15-17 | Ooty
    With steep climbs and curvy narrow roads, the quest to climb Ooty on the Kalhatty road is a worthy challenge for all cyclists. Unventured will be organising this tough cycling trail to the Blue Mountains in Ooty this weekend. Starts from RT Nagar. Rs. 7,000 (per person, includes transport from Bengaluru to Ooty and back). Details: 23335558

     

    Art for all
    January 16-17 | Kasturba Road
    Artist Milind Mulick is organising a workshop, called Hues of Watercolor. It is a good opportunity for architects, designers, fashion designers, and even those who have no background in art to hone their painting skills. At Venkatappa Art Gallery. 10 am-6 pm. Register (for Rs. 5,999) on bookmyshow.com

    TTD4Music fever
    January 15-17 | Nagarbhavi
    Three days, 40 bands and one iconic festival — Strawberry Fields is here for the 19th time. As one of the biggest rock fests in the country, it has given birth to bands such as Thermal and A Quarter, Parvaaz and more. This year, the fest will be headlined by Rocazaurus, Confuzone, and Daira. The Family Cheese, Skrat, and local band Bevar Sea will conclude the music extravaganza. Entry free. At National Law School of India University. 10 am-10 pm. Details: 23213160

    TTD6Circus confusion
    January 20 | Vasanthnagar
    Neo Circus is a new take on the age old performing arts. This version of circus involves silent acting and vibrant performances, with a mix of poetry, magic and juggling. It follows a day in the life of a waiter, who falls hopelessly in love, and thus ensues a tale of mistaken identity and humour. Entry free. At Alliance Française. 7-9 pm. Details: 40808181

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