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Who doesn't enjoy a good movie? A solid movie, a nice experience, a group of friends or Bae and a few snacks to fill our tummy and we can surely forget all the distress and woes of our lives. But what is a movie going experience was not just enjoyable, but so enjoyable that you'd want to prolong your stay? What is you could snuggle against the warmth of the special someone and also spend a good minute or two swinging in a hammock or an uninterrupted hour of reading a book by the bonfire?

Sounds exciting, doesn't it? Well we have just the thing for you Mumbaikars. BandCamp is back with its 6th season and they're bringing a camping experience, movie under the stars, bonfire, book reading and more, right here in Mumbai.

Open-air cinema, camping, bonfire & hammocks

BandCamp is hardly a stone throw away from the main city of Mumbai and if you're looking for a relaxing time secluded from the hustle-bustle of city life, this is where you need to be. The wonderful open campsite is good enough to fill your lungs with pure oxygen and your mind with a sense of wonder and adventure.

The BandCamp's sixth season is that one place where you can enjoy an endless stream of entertainment. With an overnight camping extravaganza, an open air movie screening, bonfire, hammocks on the trees, band performance and a lot more, CampBand is an experience that will cleanse you off the city.

The band performance, movie under stars and overnights bonfire-camping extravaganza will not only be a treat for a group of friends but also a wonderful overnights getaway for couples.

So head to the camp, enjoy a band performance, immerse yourself in the magic of movies under the romantic starry sky, swing in a hammock or sing a song or two by the bonfire and have yourself a weekend to look forward to.

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So if you are looking for an unforgettable weekend experience, CampBand is just the thing for you. The shows will run every Friday evening, after which you can enjoy an elaborate dinner, lodge up in the tents or gather by the bonfire, spend the night camping and be ready to be refreshed and ready to pack after a good breakfast the next day.

Make sure to bring along a warm clothing, a few snacks and toiletries, because in the wild you'll find none. Happy Camping!

Date: Every Friday evening, November 29 to December 27

Venue: Dongri, Uttan, Mira Bhayandar, Maharashtra, approximately 60 minutes away from Mumbai

To Register: ₹2,700 | Register here

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