Goa has established itself as the undaunted party capital of India. And because of the state's natural splendour, beauty and weather, it has also played host to a countless of music events, performances and festivals, giving us endless opportunities to celebrate. One such music festival that has come to the shores of the state is the Goa Hip Hop Festival.
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Goa is one of the hotspots of natural flora and fauna and no matter where you head over, the scenery is gonna appeals to you in heaps. Due to its sprawling landscape ranging from the Western Ghats in the east to the coastal areas in the west, Goa has an unparalleled avian diversity.
Sorabh Pant is bringing his new comedy special 'Making money for my kids' to Goa and we finally have something to cheer about!
Making money for my kids
Sorabh can find comedy in the most mundane everyday experiences and knows his way around a crowd, which makes him an entertainer you have to experience live. Sorabh is known for his quick wit, his scathing remarks and building a narrative from the current social and political scenario. Which in turn, keeps his comedy fresh and makes it easier as an audience to get aboard and start guffawing.
Be it the issue of beef ban, the length of english names and the conundrum of train announcements in Mumbai, Sorabh's show will definitely leave you gasping for air.
If you're in Goa and are wondering if there's anything else you can do during the weekend instead of 'going to the movies', 'going to the beach' and 'eating out', the comedy special by Sorabh Pant should be on top of your to-do list.
So book your tickets now and end your February on a fun note!
Date: February 28, Friday
Tickets: ₹499 onwards | Get yours here
Venue: Mark 1, 4th Floor, above Panjim Convention Centre, Near 4 pillars, Mala, Panjim
Music is one thing that has the power to bring us all closer together. We all listen to music and yet music can be extremely personal, each taste different, each genre varying. If you're the kind who loves music, classical music to be precise, then this festival in Goa has your name written all over it.