With new and exciting things happening at every corner in the city, Lucknow is never at a dearth of events. December especially brings on a load of new adventures, events and fun activities to partake in. But be assured, nothing beats this crazy party happening at The Flying Saucer in Lucknow!

Hiten Panwar is coming to The Flying Saucer this Sunday and our inner party-animal is super psyched! Known to make the crowds go CRAYZY to the beats of his dhol, Hiten Panwar will be here to add to your festive cheer this December weekend.

Bas Nacho!

The Flying Saucer Cafe is known to bring the best of events and parties to the city and they've not let us down this time around as well. The pub and bar has called on the ultimate drumming sensation Hiten Panwar to give Lucknow a solid drum beating! Hiten will be performing his wonderful set on Sunday, December 22.

We all know and love Hiten Panwar because his performances are some of the most epic events we've been a part of. The man is unflinching and relentless, he knows his way around the tablas, dhols, drums and knows the beats to our hearts too. The performances are always super energetic and there's no way that we can say no to a solid dancing session here.

Who can stop themselves from breaking into a dance as soon as a Hiten starts drumming the dhol?! The man is a music maestro and we just can't wait to break into a dance during his phenomenal performance, with our squad around.

Knock Knock

While December has brought with it a horde of festivities, it has also brought a ton of expectations. We expect parties, festivals and crazy nights where we can forget the rest and focus on enjoying ourselves. Lucknow is bustling with activities and come Christmas time, the celebrations will surely break all records.

So if you've been looking for a kickass party where you can get your crazies out, dance like a fanatic and keep the blood running warm, The Flying Saucer Cafe is exactly where you need to be. So get your tickets now and prepare for an evening like no other!

Date: Sunday, December 22, 2019

Venue: The Flying Saucer Cafe, Ground Floor, Rohtas Presidential Arcade, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

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