Things to Do in Mumbai This June

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Our culture calendar featuring all the gigs you shouldn’t miss, and things to do in Mumbai this month!



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Supermoon ft. Russell Peters Deported World Tour
3 June
Named “50 Best Comics of All Time” recently by Rolling Stone, Indo-Canadian superstar Russell Peters is all set to return to his home and native land, India as part of his brand-new Deported World Tour at Zee Live’s Supermoon. The Emmy, Gemini and Peabody award-winning comic is set to bring his unique brand of humour to his home country.
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Oddly Enough No 2: Out in the City
8 June
Oddly Enough, a series by Paper Planes, is a gathering to celebrate design in our everyday lives. The second edition of the event is focused on cities. How can we make our cities not only more efficient but also more engaging? How do public spaces affect us subconsciously? How does design make our cities friendlier? The panel features illustrious names: Sameep Padora, Principal Architect and Founder, sP+a. Ruchita Madhok, Founder, Kahani Designworks and Storycity. Chirodeep Chaudhuri, Photographer. The discussion will be moderated by Ayaz Basrai, co-founder of The Busride Design Studio and The Busride Lab.
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How Like That? By Kenny Sebastian
14 June
YouTube star and comedian Kenny Sebastian calls himself a “reclusive creator of digital content”. With his sketches fetching millions of views and his pages accruing hundreds of thousands of followers, he’s one of India’s most prominent names in stand-up comedy.
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The Fitness Arts Festival
16 June
Immerse yourself in this all-day fitness and wellness centered experience. Featured workshops at the fest include, Kalaripayattu, Muay Thai, Mallakhamb, MMA/ Boxing, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Sound Healing, Karate, Hormonal Yoga, Breaking, Capoeira, AcroYoga, Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Acupuncture.
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Mango Pop-Up Brunch
5 June
Poetry by Love & Cheesecake promises to showcase many iterations of Alphonso mangoes sourced from Ratnagiri through a special brunch menu. What can you expect? Mango consommé, chicken mango dumplings, mango-glazed tofu and so much more!
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Wednesday Live Ft. The Local Train
5 June
The Local Train is a Hindi Rock Band from New Delhi who write and produce their own music. The band launched 4 singles over a year before releasing their debut album ‘Aalas ka Pedh’ in 2015. Their second album ‘Vaaqif’ was released in January 2018 which generated very promising sales and was one of the most streamed independent albums on Apple Music India. Don’t miss the Mumbai leg of their tour.
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WAVLNGTH turns 3 w/ Juju & Jordash
7 June
Juju & Jordash found one another through weekly be-bop jams back in the mid-90s, with Juju on guitar and Jordash on piano. Throughout the 1990s, each played in and composed for various jazz and experimental combos by day and, by cover of night, danced in clubs and experimented with synthesizers, drum machines and dance music. More recently, their live shows have been highly regarded in the past few years for their musicality and versatility.
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