The Best Pop-Up Nightclubs In India Recommended By The Indian Nightlife Convention Awards

Pop-up stalls are the new nightclubs of today. These are the nominees for the best Pop-up stalls in India by The Indian Nightlife And Convention Awards. To attend the 2 day event, click here to buy tickets.

 

Playground (Mumbai)

 

This is Mumbai’s very own pop-up night club which took place at the Four seasons, Mumbai.


 

China House - Hyatt (Kolkata)

Straight from Mumbai, The China House Pop-up Lounge arrives in Guchhi. Cozy up your weekend nights with sensational DJ beats, snacks and quirky stalls.


 

Olive Bistro (Hyderabad)

The clothing store Indelust holds a pop-up stall every now and then at Olive Bistro. A whole lot of stalls showcase their wares here. They showcase products from brands like Akaliko, En Inde, Dvibhumii, Kaligarh, KINSFOLK, O'Frida, Vitasta Design, Urmi Weave, Sanchita Ajjampur, Injiri, Lacquer Embassy by Nikhil Sharma, Son Of A Noble SNOB & Kesya, RAHUL MISHRA, Pankaj & Nidhi, Kavita Bhartia, Project Muzo, Lillibet, Liz Jacob, Safomasi, Neon Store, Urvashi Kaur, am:pm by Ankur & Priyanka Modi and Payal Singhal Inc.


 

Kitsch Mandi (Bangalore)

The Kitsch Mandi takes place in Bangalore every two months or so. They feature a whole lot of indi artists and have stalls that can drive you crazy with their goods. They also have the yummiest food here.

 

FLOAT (Pune)

 

The concept of FLOAT was introduced to cater to an A-list crowd.  A unique concept, FLOAT came into being in August last year by a bunch of enthusiastic people in Mumbai. The idea was to give something more than the already existing nightclubs with an interesting theme, look and feel every time, along with an exclusive guest list.


 

Go Madras Showcases (Chennai)

The Go:Madras festival takes place at the Radisson blu resort, Mahabalipuram. One of the Chennai's favourite music festivals will continue for two days with 30 hours of music and a dedicated after party for the VIP guests.

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

The Best Pop-Up Nightclubs In India Recommended By The Indian Nightlife Convention Awards

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Pop-up stalls are the new nightclubs of today. These are the nominees for the best Pop-up stalls in India by The Indian Nightlife And Convention Awards. To attend the 2 day event, click here to buy tickets.

 

Playground (Mumbai)

 

This is Mumbai’s very own pop-up night club which took place at the Four seasons, Mumbai.


 

China House - Hyatt (Kolkata)

Straight from Mumbai, The China House Pop-up Lounge arrives in Guchhi. Cozy up your weekend nights with sensational DJ beats, snacks and quirky stalls.


 

Olive Bistro (Hyderabad)

The clothing store Indelust holds a pop-up stall every now and then at Olive Bistro. A whole lot of stalls showcase their wares here. They showcase products from brands like Akaliko, En Inde, Dvibhumii, Kaligarh, KINSFOLK, O'Frida, Vitasta Design, Urmi Weave, Sanchita Ajjampur, Injiri, Lacquer Embassy by Nikhil Sharma, Son Of A Noble SNOB & Kesya, RAHUL MISHRA, Pankaj & Nidhi, Kavita Bhartia, Project Muzo, Lillibet, Liz Jacob, Safomasi, Neon Store, Urvashi Kaur, am:pm by Ankur & Priyanka Modi and Payal Singhal Inc.


 

Kitsch Mandi (Bangalore)

The Kitsch Mandi takes place in Bangalore every two months or so. They feature a whole lot of indi artists and have stalls that can drive you crazy with their goods. They also have the yummiest food here.

 

FLOAT (Pune)

 

The concept of FLOAT was introduced to cater to an A-list crowd.  A unique concept, FLOAT came into being in August last year by a bunch of enthusiastic people in Mumbai. The idea was to give something more than the already existing nightclubs with an interesting theme, look and feel every time, along with an exclusive guest list.


 

Go Madras Showcases (Chennai)

The Go:Madras festival takes place at the Radisson blu resort, Mahabalipuram. One of the Chennai's favourite music festivals will continue for two days with 30 hours of music and a dedicated after party for the VIP guests.

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

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