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    Funny speak
    Get ready to laugh out loud tomorrow night, as Dutch standup comedian Kristel Zweers will be in the city to perform along with Bengaluru-based comic Sumukhi Suresh and city-based Alexander Babu. The event will be presented by Evam Standup Tamasha. At Green Park, from 8 pm. Rs 500. Details: bookmyshow.com

    Eastern tunes
    Black String, a contemporary world music band from Korea, specialises in creating a a new sound that combines traditional Korean music with other expressions in world music. The trio rely a lot on improvisation and will be performing in the city next weekend, at Phoenix MarketCity. November 20, at 7. 30 pm. Details: 24361224

    Sound of Slash
    The latest edition of MTV Indies Extreme brings down guitarist and Grammy Award winner, Slash. He will perform in Bengaluru along with Myles Kennedy, vocalist of alternative rock band Alter Bridge, and his backing band, The Conspirators. They will be promoting their new album, World on Fire, on their first India tour. At 4 pm, Rs 1,200 onwards, Details: meraevents.com

    Rock for a cause
    RThe ongoing Emerging Canvas III is a great chance to catch the work of 22 emerging Indo-Korean artists. Jointly organised by Lalit Kala Akademi and the Inko Centre, in association with Seoul’s Indian Art Museum, the exhibition displays techniques and conceptual concerns related to urban spaces. Till Sunday, at the Lalit Kala Akademi Regional Centre. Details: 28291692

    Sufi magic
    Shafqat Amanat Ali, the Pakistani Sufi singer, is coming to town on November 19. You can expect to hear a wide range of chart-busters from his solo albums as well as Bollywood films like Tevar, Hasee Toh Phasee and Yaariyan, at the concert. From 7.30 pm onwards, at The Music Academy. Tickets between Rs 250 and Rs 3,200. Details: bookmyshow.com

    Disco vibe
    Get transported to the disco era, with music legends Boney M taking the stage in Mumbai on November 21. The band, whose disco-pop music dominated the European music charts through the 70s and 80s, is expected to revisit favourites like Rivers of Babylon and Daddy Cool. At Phoenix Market City, Kurla, Rs 1,000 – Rs 1,500. Details: bookmyshow.com

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