The monotonous life outside your doors must be grating your nerves, for it sure is getting on my last nerve. With no sight of the vaccine and ignoring how beautifully politics has screwed up any hope of us ever becoming anything akin to what we were pre-COVID, all year end music festivals have become online. Kind of takes the fun right out of them, but with your health being the priority, here’s a list of things you could be attending this weekend, instead of being at home and watching that re-run of that boring old Netflix show you’ve probably watched so many times by now that you can recite lines in your sleep. These events will spice up your boring weekend routine and be the perfect relaxing end to your stressful week.

1. Music For Life

Date: 21st November

Time: 5 PM

Cost: Free

Register Here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/musicforlife-mansi-scott/ET00300703

Hosted By: Manasi Scott


DKMS-BMST is launching the movement of a lifetime called #MusicForLife.DKMS-BMST uses the power of music to start an online movement to raise awareness about Blood Cancer and unite people in one cause: Battling It!

Tune in this Saturday, 21st Nov at 5PM for a unique live musical performance like no other, where we get up close and personal with Manasi Scott and sway to her voice.

2. Alex Blacks International Magic Show

Date: 21st November

Time: 8PM

Cost: Rs 99 onwards

Register Here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/alex-black-s-international-magic-show/ET00300466

Hosted By: Alex Black


Mr. Alex is a Russian Magician who is a leading magician with a variety of eye-popping acts which are unique and incomparable at this young age and he has already displayed his talents in almost 15 countries.

3. The Space Between The Notes

Date: 21 November

Time: 8 PM

Cost: Rs 199 onwards

Register Here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/the-space-between-the-notes/ET00300130

Hosted By: Tabla genius Zakir Hussain & sitar maestro Niladri Kumar


A record of an outstanding concert between two contemporary legends of Indian classical music - the sitar maestro Niladri Kumar and the tabla genius Zakir Hussain. However, the film goes beyond merely recording the highlights of the concert. Through insightful interviews with Niladri and Zakir the film probes some of the key components of the art of Hindustani classical music as well as explores what allows these very special musicians to make magic together.

4. Jaam-E-Sufi

Date: 21 November

Time: 8PM

Cost: Rs 499 onwards

Register Here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/jaam-e-sufi-21st-nov/ET00300617

Artists: Ustad Shahid & Sami Niyazi

Hosted By: Art Mantr


Jaam-E-Sufi is to convey the Sufi poems of great men to the listeners through eminent artists of Sufi so that in these difficult times, the souls of the listeners are empowered and they can get joy in life.

5. Rajasthani Puppet Show

Date: 22 November

Time: 4.30PM

Cost: Rs 179 onwards

Register Here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/events/rajasthani-puppet-show-22-nov/ET00300838

Hosted By: Moonlight Events


Rajasthani puppet show is one of the popular sources of entertainment in the Rajasthan and also in india. This show is Also known by the name of the “kathputli dance.”In the puppet shows of Rajasthan there are a number of wooden dummy dolls that are dressed up in bright and color attires. These puppets are attached with strings that the puppeteer uses to move them around. A miniature stage is set up with the help of a cot that is laid by length. The puppeteer tacks his puppets over a rope joined to the upper legs of the cots. The cots are covered with sheets in order to conceal the puppeteer from the view of the public. He moves the jointed limbs of the puppets with the help of strings attached to each of them.

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Anushka Chandra, Content Writer, Skyshot Media


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