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There is and never can be a dull moment in Delhi. The national capital is buzzing with activities all year round and here we bring you a list of events to keep you busy and entertained this week

The Grub Fest

Yes, you read it right! Grub Fest is back and you can indulge your taste buds in delicacies from all over the country. Go ahead and celebrate the popular food, culture, music and entertainment festival of the country. The Grub Fest is an opportunity to sample everything from classic local dishes, to specialty cuisines from neighbourhood restaurants.

When - October 26-28

Where- Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium

Asiad Circus

If you’re more of the fun loving type, Asiad Circus should be right up your alley. Immerse yourself in a magical world, in the likes of the Harry Potter universe and the Tolkeinverse as you witness some surreal performances.Be prepared to experience some awesome stunts during balancing acts, mono cyclist shows and air shows. The most attractive act, however would be the dog show as the cute pooches put on a show stopper.

When- October 24th- 28th October

Where - DDA Grounds

The Iyer Project Album Launch

Indian rock band, The Iyer Project will launch its debut album this week and you’re not going to want to miss it for the world. If you thought the glory days of rock music were long gone, think again because this band has just reignited the passion for rock and roll. The album, Epiphany of Being Sane, features some unique numbers to make you ponder over issues like peace and war.

When- October 25

Where- Hard Rock Cafe, Delh

Oktoberfest, Delhi

You don’t have to go all the way to Germany to experience the jubilance of this festival anymore. Oktoberfest is on its way, and Delhiites should mark their calendars. It will be a fun packed weekend for you to chill out to some German and international rock tunes performed by ‘Die Derbys’, an original Oktoberfest Munich Band. Feast on authentic German cuisine- pretzels and brats, as well as beer and enjoy some fun activities for youngsters and families.

When- October 26-28

Where- Delhi Aerocit

Barney's Den Laser Tag

The trend for laser tag in India has taken off well. To popularize the casual sport, Barney’s Den is hosting an event which will be filled with exciting variants of the game. Players will get a chance to play 3 rounds, each with a different format to keep the game fresh. While only a maximum of 6 players can participate at a time, there is no limit for the minimum number of players.

When- Daily

Where- Barney’s Den, New Delhi

Rajpath Segway Tour

Experience the history and culture of Delhi like never before. This event will take you on a tour to Amar Jawan Jyoti, India Gate, Baroda House, Pragati Maidan among many other places on a Segway! If you think you are not trained for the challenge, don’t fret. The tour will commence with a 35 minute training session where you can become a master at Segway-ing. An opportunity of a lifetime, this tour is sure to give you a whole new perspective on the Delhi you thought you knew so well.

When- October 23 onward

Where- South Block Of Secretariat On Vijay Chow

Mystery Rooms - A Real Life Escape Experience

Perhaps the most exhilarating event of the lot, this will test your improvisation and presence of mind. Participants will be put in a variety of simulated environments where they will have to solve elaborate puzzles and co operate with one another to escape the simulation in the most creative way possible. If you fear that it will be unsafe, be assured that the simulations are carefully monitored and authorities will immediately evacuate anyone who is not up to the challenge.

When- October 26th onward (weekly event)

Where- Mystery Rooms, Rajouri Garden, Delhi

The canvas of events caters to all tastes- refined, rustic, nerds, foodies, techies, bohemian, the list is endless. The events defy season, weather or political climate making it the perfect chance for you to head on down and find at least two events conducive to your taste.

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