This post is dedicated to all those wild party souls that read my blog. Nexa’s Baleno wicked weekends was here in Bangalore and here’s all the fun bits you need to know. Bangalore nightlife is made that extra special only because of its people. We never let the pointlessly early deadlines dampen our spirits and we always add that extra swag to our parties by keeping it cool. While other cities whine about how short the deadline is, we just take it in our stride and make the best of it. Consequently, those few hours we get on our Friday and Saturday nights are that much wilder and more alive. And when Baleno Wicked Weekend came back to town, the atmosphere was as electric as it could get.
This month, the Baleno Wicked Weekend took place at The Humming Tree, which might I add, is one of my favourite places in Bangalore because of the sheer number of cool bands they host. Madboy/-Mink were expected to play and the anticipation for them to start was feverish. In the mean time the crowd was kept blissfully involved by Gautham Reddy, who had this unique sense of mixing 20’s swing beats with modern electro music. Madboy/-Mink, in their own words, describe themselves as a electro cabaret experience that goes straight to the head. And after listening to them, I could not agree more. The bands lead singer, Saba Azad, was a feast to watch. She knows how to cover the stage and lead the crowd to ecstasy. She knows her music and her vocals are perfect.
Baleno wicked weekends, for those of you who don’t know, is India’s longest party marathon with 40 nights of celebrating night life in a bold fashion – just like the car itself. This exclusive event promises to take you through a whirligig of the biggest and snazziest of parties across the nation. A 40 weekend long celebration, spread across 6 cities Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata & Chennai, the event caters to the desires of those who love to come out and enjoy nights of unlimited fun. To its best, these events are organised at some of the most happening venues across the country, party-goers usually are treated to the music of talented indie musicians and also get to dance to the beats of popular DJs. Admittedly, this was my first Baleno Wicked Weekends and I can promise it is not going to be the last.
Did you get to go to Baleno Wicked Weends in your city and how was your experience? Let me know in the comments below.