Countdown has begun, and how?

Published: 04th December 2012 08:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2012 08:56 AM   |  A+A-

With new year around the corner, the invitations for some of the biggest parties in town have already begun pouring in. From masquerade parties, rock and metal concerts to even ballroom dances, the city has something to offer for every soul. While many event organisers in the city have their plans charted out, the others are trying their best to host some of the hottest parties in town.

With diverse acts ranging from electronic, jazz to even metal, music lovers in the city have much to celebrate about. “We are definitely planning something big this year. However, at this point I cannot reveal much. As of now we have got a Swedish reggae act and Teddy Boy Kill who will be dropping some fine tunes,” said Vishwaraj Mohan, founder of CounterCulture.

On the other hand, event organiser Viren Khanna says this year the new year’s eve will take the theme of ‘the world coming to an end’. “We are looking forward to having an elegant and classy bash,” he added.

For families and children, there are several parties and events that will be organised through the month. Himanshu Gupa, another event organiser, said, “Every year we organise a small event for about 150 to 200 families between the age group 25 to 40. This is a crazy time. All places get crowded. Since, this event is strictly ‘invitation only’, there is no question of overcrowding.”


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