February is upon us and before the onslaughts of baby pink hearts, roses and flowers start to engulf you, book your calendars with events that you actually care about.

Which is why we've created a list of the most amazing events you can attend to spice up even the dullest and the most mundane times.

1. Vh1 Supersonic Arcade Feat. Marshmello

Turn up the volume, and get ready to submerge yourself into electrifying music at the VH1 Supersonic Arcade Music Festival. Dance your heart out on songs like Happier, FRIENDS, Alone, Silence and have the most happening time of your life at this event with the pop icon Marshmello.

Date: 16th Feb

Price: ₹1999 onwards

Location: Leisure Valley, Huda Grounds, Sector - 29, Gurgaon

2. 33rd Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2019

Delhi’s iconic Surajkund Mela is back with its 33rd edition. This art and craft fair is a cultural trip that every one needs to take, the fair will not only introduce you to the real artists and craftsmen, it will also make you make you see cultures through art. You can also catch live folk performances here and meet people from all around the world.

Date: 1st Feb onwards

Price: ₹120 onwards

Location: Surajkund Mela Ground, Lakewood city, Surajkund, Faridabad

3. The Sufi Route 2019

Introducing a generation of people to Sufi music, The Sufi route will take you on the musical ride of your life. With the maestro of music A R Rahman among the reknowned performers, the Sufi route helps you dive into the world of music head first and lose yourself to the magic that it is.

Date: 09 Feb

Price: ₹6000 Onwards

Location: Kalagram, Garden of Five Senses: Said-ul-Ajaib, Near Saket Metro Station, Freedom Fighter Vihar, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, Sainik Farm, Delhi

4. Signature Master Class 3.0

Learn from the stars themselves and share in their experience at the Signature Masterclass. At the third edition of this inspiring event, the queen of Bollywood Kangana Kanaut will take you through her journey and help you realize that no matter how unrealistic your dreams may seem they are always achievable!

Date: 3rd Feb

Price: ₹599

Location: JW Marriott Hotel- Asset Area 4 - Hospitality District Delhi, Aerocity, New Delhi

5. Machayenge with Emiway Bantai

The rapper of this generation Emiway Bantai will be in Gurugram to take you on a special ride and introduce you to the real rap of India. With superhits like ‘Samajh mein aaya kya’ and ‘Giraftaar’ under his belt and 2 Million subscriptions on his YouTube channel, the man truly is a sensation. S get ready to groove to the beat and hear the rapper spit venom.

Date: 2nd Feb

Price: ₹1000

Location: Hard Rock Cafe- DLF Cyber Hub, Ground and First Floor, R-Block, DLF City, Phase 3, Gurgaon

6. Jeeveshu Ahluwalia Live

Funny man Jeeveshu Ahluwaliya talks about being from “Gurgaon”, being fat or as his mother likes to call him “Vertically Challenged” and changing his career from a high profile executive working in a call center to telling jokes at comedy clubs and making people laugh. The man sure is funny and make you laugh so hard you’ll ROFL.

Date: 3rd Feb

Price: ₹999

Location: Hyjack Restaurant and Bar- Safdarjung Enclave, B 6/6, Block B6, Humayunpur, DDA Market, Opposite Deer Park, Delhi

7. India Art Fair 2019

With over 70 pioneering art galleries presenting works from few of world’s most iconic artists, a series of talks and artist projects, films and live performances, make India Art Fair the biggest event in India’s cultural calendar. The 11th edition of this event is the perfect place for exploring Modern and Contemporary South Asian art and the region’s creative landscape.

Date: 31st Jan- 3rd Feb

Price: ₹350 onwards

Location: NSIC Ground- NSIC Estate, Okhla Industrial Area Phase III, Okhla Industrial Estate, Outer Ring Road, Opposite Kalkaji Temple, Delhi

Tickets for all of the above events are available on bookmyshow, so book away and make the most out of your February.

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