Two EDM festivals, Electro Storm and VH1 Supersonic, promise to bring the roof down
Electro Storm is back with a new edition, featuring internationally acclaimed Romanian DJ Edward Maya as the headlining act. Other artistes in the line-up include Get Massive, Sam Shroff, Vijay Chawla, Ivan, and others. January 27-29. At The Ashok Beach Resort, from 5.30 pm onwards. Daily tickets at Rs 1,500 per head on in.bookmyshow.com
It’s true that women have a host of responsibilities to look after. So it helps if they take a break and indulge in something recreational. Julie Mosmuller, a life coach with Auroville-based Maitree Coaching, is conducting a workshop just for women, where participants will take part in dance and meditation sessions, apart from other activities. Register for Rs 4,500. January 26-28.
10 am onwards. Details: aurovilleretreat.org
If you are one among those who won’t let go of an opportunity to walk through the French Town of Pondy, cycle by the coast during sunrise or experience aquatic peace by deep sea diving, then you must register for the upcoming tour by the travel company, Let’s Get Lost. There will also be time allocated for sightseeing in Mahabalipuram. Registrations on till January 15.
VH1 Supersonic is back in Pondicherry, and this time they are bringing down Ahmedabad-based superstar Nucleya along with Mumbai-based Sound Avatar to fill the night with their bass-heavy beats. Supporting acts include Dj Nez, DJ Elvin and DJ Aneesh. January 21, at VGP. Details: gosupersonic.in
Here’s yet another ride where you can explore Pondicherry. Bengaluru-based travel company, The Travelling Circus, is conducting a two-day ride where riders will go through the bylanes and arrive at the French Town. Distance covered will be around 620 kilometres. January 21-22. Register for Rs 3,450 per head. Details:
The glass class
If you are in Auroville this weekend or the next, make time for this ongoing stained glass exhibition. The artist, who hails from Montreal, uses sheets of glass imported from Shanghai, and incorporates the use of light into his work. Upto January 21 (except on Sundays). 2.30 pm to 6 pm. At Citadines Centre d’Art.