Zest Recommends: Things To Do In Mumbai Between January 27-29, 2023

Mumbaikars, your city is bursting with exciting activities this weekend. Think mindboggling art exhibits, unique dining experiences and more.

Published On Jan 27, 2023 | Updated On Mar 05, 2024


Didn’t plan a long weekend getaway by clubbing the Republic Day 2023? Let there be no regrets because Mumbaikars, your city is bursting with exciting activities this weekend. From unique art exhibits to a luxurious and elaborate dining experience, marine walks, and comedy nights, get the scoop on all the fun things to do this weekend in Mumbai. Scroll on to find out how you can make the most of the weekend break in the city.  

Chef Vanika Choudhary of Noon, BKC in Mumbai, has been dedicated to organising a series of fermentation-led dining experiences for food lovers in the city by collaborating with several female chefs and entrepreneurs. The second collaboration of this series is taking place on January 27 and January 28, 2023. It is going to be a pop-up dinner at Noon, and the Kashmiri-origin chef will be joining hands with anthropologist Eleni Michael. Expect a 10-course menu featuring delectable Ladakhi delicacies with a fermented twist. Read more about it here. 

Price: INR 5,000 + taxes for a 10-course menu 

When: January 27-28, 2023 | 7 pm onwards 

Where: Noon at One BKC, Mumbai  

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2. DJ Edward Maya x Asilo  

Romanian DJ, singer, and Billboard Music Award winner Edward Maya will be taking over the music scene of Asilo at the St Regis Mumbai this weekend. Dance to the tunes and tracks of this famous artist, against the picturesque backdrop of the glittering Mumbai skyline at Asilo, one of Mumbai’s most popular rooftop destinations. And while you’re at it, also enjoy the lip-smacking food and perfectly crafted cocktails.  

Price: INR 5,000 and upwards 

When: 29th January 2023 | 9 pm onwards  

Where: St Regis, Mumbai 

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St+art India Foundation in collaboration with Asian Paints launched the Mumbai Urban Art Festival on December 22, 2022, and it is on until February 22, 2023. As part of this festival, Mumbaikars have been treated to a plethora of mindboggling art installations, travelling installations, workshops, talks, walks, and more. On the January 28-January 29, 2023, weekend, their schedule includes the ongoing Sassoon Dock Art Project Part 1 – Intuitions. Between the sea and the city, Sassoon Dock Art Project Part 2 – Illusions. Between the sea and the city, and the AP Art House.  

Price: Free of cost 

When: Till February 22, 2023 | All days except Monday and Tuesday 

Where: Multiple locations across Mumbai 

Imagine Dragons, AP Dhillon, The Stroke, Diplo, Prateek Kuhad, Divine, Apashe, and a host of popular Indian and international artists are coming to Mumbai for the ultimate multi-genre music festival Lollapalooza India. Lollapalooza is an international music fest that has travelled to India for the first time, and it is a two-day extravaganza. In addition to the best of music, people can expect scrumptious food, fun vibes and good times.

And once you're done attending the event, you can head to Poco Loco Tapas and Bar, a Mexican and Spanish restaurant in town, with your tickets for some tipples. The restaurant has introduced a special-edition cocktail menu inspired by the music artists at Lollapalooza India.

Price: Rs 7,499 (please note that the prices may vary) 

When: January 28 and 29, 2023 

Where: Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai 

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