Gear Up For An Exciting Weekend In Mumbai

From watching the IPL final on the biggest screen in the city to Penn Masala’s homecoming tour, there’s a lot in store for you this weekend.

Published On May 26, 2023 | Updated On Mar 08, 2024


With IPL coming to an end this weekend to an all-day art extravaganza, there’s a lot in store for you this weekend. Also, if you have already watched The Sound Of Music Broadway, it’s time to attend other events at NMACC showcasing the vibrant and diverse culture of different regions in India. So, without further ado, scroll down and gear up for an exciting weekend.


An all-day-art-fete where you will experience the vibrant energy and varied creative styles of talented artists as they present their creations. The all-day art extravaganza aims to combine the talents of illustrators, photographers, painters, graphic artists, and craft artisans, creating an exhibition that celebrates the diversity of art forms. The chosen artists are from diverse backgrounds, including emerging talents and established figures from different parts of the country, promoting inclusivity and representation. Some of Mumbai's best indie artists such as The Artichoke Affair, Krupali Gondhalekar and Varun Mehta among others will also display their artworks, some of which will also be available for purchase.

When: May 28

Where: Eastern Express Hwy Imagine Studio, CST No- 51/8, next to GODREJ ONE, Vikhroli

Time: 2 pm onwards

If you’re someone who doesn’t wish to watch the IPL final from your couch, we have got the perfect plan for you. Mumbai’s largest IPL screening is happening at Aufside and you can’t miss out on it. With the largest screen in town, they are setting a new benchmark for live screenings. So get ready for an unforgettable IPL night with the perfect setting that gives you a stadium-like experience. All this while you chug your favourite beer with some great food. Additionally, you can also groove to the eclectic beats of DJ Dipesh and DJ Tushar.

When: May 28

Where: Kanakia Silicon Valley, CTS No. 101, behind Dr. L. H. Hiranandani Hospital, Tirandaz, Powai

Time: 7:30 pm


While everyone is headed to NMACC for the Sound Of Music broadway, the programming calendar for The Studio Theatre and The Cube has a lot more that needs attention. There’s ‘Dance A Tale’ on May 28, an interactive session for kids by classical dancer Prachi Saathi where they learn about the expressive art form, Bharatanatyam and explore the world of fascinating stories and characters. Or experience the best of Nagaland’s culture with Ao Naga Choir, ‘Changing Horizons’ on May 27.

When: May 27-May 28

Where: Jio World Centre, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East

Time: Dance of Tale - Part 2 at 10:30 am and Changing Horizons at 8 pm

The world's first South Asian A cappella group, known for their fusion of Bollywood and pop-culture music is all set to perform in Mumbai this weekend.  get ready to groove with them. Expect their popular tracks such as Bulleya/Dusk Till Dawn, Mast Magan/Iktara, O Saathi/Too Good at Goodbyes, Castle On The Hill/Ilahi, to name a few.

When: May 28

Where: Dublin Square, Phoenix Market City, Kurla

Time: 7:30 pm onwards


Canada's iconic coffee brand, Tim Hortons, has finally made its way to Mumbai with two outlets in the city - Bandra West and Lokhandwala. From creamy and rich French vanilla iced coffee to their signature iced cappuccino blended frozen coffee and baked delights like bite-sized morsel timbits and hand-decorated donuts, you are in for a treat. 
Where: Bandra West and Lokhandwala

Photo: Instagram/Prachi Saathi