Perfect Way to End 2016, Check Out These Carnivals and Concerts in December

Kala Acedmy in Goa
Kala Academy in Goa

Everyone deserves a winter break and December is the official holiday season across the world. While most students get a short break to chill, office goers too make the most of this month by using their leaves before year end.

Anyhow, since this month is dedicated to parties and carnivals, we wanted to give you a quick update on what should you not miss this season. Here’s our favourite pick from the art, music and culture front. Happy December!




Serendipity Arts Festival starts in Goa from 16th to 23rd December. Check out some awesome Indian and international artists showcasing their awesome artworks at this art fiesta. Visitors can enjoy a series of exhibitions, performances, workshops and other interesting activities throughout the eight days of the Festival. The first edition of this festival will see participation of artists like Sanjeev Bhargava, Tanusree Shankar, Shubha Mudgal, Anuradha Kapur, Lillete Dubey, Jyotindra Jain, Prashant Panjiar and many more. So get the arty party started !


Enchanted Valley Carnival
Enchanted Valley Carnival


Looking for some interesting music and crowd? Head to the Enchanted Valley Carnival, 2016 from December 17 to 18. The two-day long multi genre musical carnival has an outstanding line up of artists like Flo Rida, Arijit Singh, Farhan Akhtar, Alan Walker, Badshah, Arjun Kanungo, Papon, MOJOJO, Chris Leibing and many more along with its 5 staged set up for all kinds of music lover.

Yesterdrive band from North East India
Yesterdrive band from North East India

Arunachal Pradesh

One-of-its-kind Orange Festival of Adventure and Music (OFAM) is back will be held over four days from 15–18th December in Arunachal Pradesh. Hosted in the breathtaking Lower Dibang Valley the fest returns this year as the venue for famous metal guitarist, Yngwie Malmsteen along with other rock bands from India.

The Tamara Coorg
The Tamara Coorg


No plans for NYE? Fret not. Head to the 10 day long Tamara Carnival in Coorg. The signature fest takes guests on a journey of India’s great social and cultural heritage through music and dance. It will be held from 23rd December, 2016 to 1st January, 2017.

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