Tune into Thursdays this February !

Thursday is the new Friday! And Thursday nights in our happening city of Bengaluru are totally terrific and thrilling with so many things to do around town; From parties, comedy nights to classical music performances. EventsHigh gives two big Thumbs Up to Terrific Thursdays this February!

Hard Rock’s On!

Hard Rock Café flags the way for a Terrific Thursday Nights – Their lineup by itself is testimonial!


Classic Wild is a collaboration of musicians from different bands and eras, who have come together to uphold one common objective: To Keep Classic Rock Alive and Kickin’! Given the varied musical backgrounds, experiences and exposures that each of the band members bring to the table, the concentrated outcome of the band is completely ‘Classic’ in Soul and Vividly ‘Wild’ in Spirit!

On:   Thu, 11 Feb 2016 | 8:00 PM
At:    Hard Rock Cafe Bengaluru




Masala Coffee is a band brewed out of a relentless urge to create music. The band derived its name from its vision, to create a blend of all genres of music brought together under the same aura of passion. Their sound herbs were picked up from across Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Kerala. The ingredients were all set, and they were in search of the perfect table to spread this out in the open.

On:    Thu, 18 Feb 2016 | 8:00 PM
At:     Hard Rock Cafe Bengaluru




Tribute to Bon Jovi by Banned Medicine Uvais, Girish, Anand, Vivian and Kaushik – are here to take you back in time to reunite you with the legends. This talented lot has a rock solid history with their respective bands which has put them here today. The aim is simple – shake the cage and show respect to some of music’s finest disciples who act as a source of inspiration to them every single day!
On:   Thu, 25 Feb 2016 | 8:00 PM
At:    Hard Rock Cafe Bengaluru




Comedy Nights!

Laughter is an instant vacation – Laugh it out louder at these Comedy Shows!


When the dream is about eating a double choco chip cookie dipped in nutella but instead the only available option is Naankatai. Abish Mathew and Nishant Tanwar take you on a guided comic tour on how to live your life by Lowering your Expectations.
On:   Thu, 11 Feb 2016 | 8:30 PM
At:    Alliance Francaise De Bangalore



The Biere Club in association with The Comedy Club presents Standup Night Live with Rajneesh Kapoor and Angad Singh Ranyal at The Biere Club on Vittal Malaya Road in Bangalore. Get your mandatory dose of laughter for the month of February with brand new material being tested in this city.

On:   Thu, 11 Feb 2016 | 8:30 PM
At:    The Biere Club – Craft Brewery Kitchen



Musically Yours!

Music Western or Indian brings the soul alive & spirit active!


The Lost Party’16 is a Talky-Thinky alliance where Music is woven with Art, Adventure, Intellectualism and fantastic Gastronomy. The last round of The Lost Party pre-gigs with two stages at two different venues on the same night, 11 Feb 2016.

On:         Thu, 11 Feb 2016 | 9:00 pm

Bands:  IDHAR stage will feature Kampai and Disco Puppet
At:          Church Street Social



Bands:  UDHAR stage will feature Tails on Fire and Blushing Satellite
At:          The Humming Tree




Bangalore will become the centre of action for music-lovers in February 2016 with the first edition of the Udupa Music Festival organised by Udupa Foundation. The festival will bring a distinguished line-up of top performers of Indian classical and World music to the city.

Don’t miss the rare coming together of Vidwan Umayalpuram K Sivaraman: Mridangam, Vidwan Mysore Nagaraj and Vidwan Mysore Manjunath: Violin Duet, Pandit Anindo Chatterjee: Tabla.

On: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 | 7:00 PM
At: Chowdiah Memorial Hall



The Stage is Set!

All the world’s a Stage…There’s Drama in Life, and Life in Drama…


Tantidhatri is a festival of women performing arts practitioners across the globe.

On:    Thu, 18 Feb 2016 | 6:45 PM
At:     Ranga Shankara



Catch 2 plays as part of the Deccan Herald Theatre Festival.

The Leader – Through the use of character typage, this play highlights the absurdist and existential themes of non-personalization and loss of identity.
Krapp’s Last Tape – The play is a complex net of memoried states of being, the interplay of inner voices, the pluralisms of self-perception, the simultaneity of pasts and present, the multiple modes of repetition and recall, of traces and patterns.

On:   Thu, 25 Feb 2016 | 7:30pm
At:    Ranga Shankara