In recent times, Lucknow has been witnessing a thriving nightlife- all thanks to the various entertainers from all across the globe performing here, every other weekend! So to keep up with tags of being hep and happening in the best ways possible, Lucknow is all set to welcome Ritviz this February.

Heeding to the demands of Lucknow's party peeps, Astral Sounds is back with AT.MOS 2.0 featuring Ritviz, DJ SickFlip and DJ Nash Jr., this February. They're presenting to us a Carnival of Dreams and this is exactly where you'll find the best of Lucknow, groovin' together!

What's Happening?

Presented by Royal Enfield, you can be part of the Carnival of Dreams on the 23rd of February at Carlton Hotel, 5 PM onwards and Ritviz will be spearheading this 'carnival' with his bass heavy beats, tricks and charms. Just like its previous September edition, AT.MOS 2.0 will be an evening teeming with the best gentry of the city coupled with kick-ass music and we can't wait to belt out Viz's hits in unison, along with the crowds here.

To warm up the stage before Ritviz walks in, the deck duties have been assigned to DJ SickFlip who hails from Mumbai and has performed at venues like The Sunburn Festival, NH7 Weekender, VH1 Supersonic, to name a few amidst the others. He will be joined by DJ Nash Jr., who has been keeping party-folks on their toes with his poppin' playlist for quite sometime now and he surely has some clever tricks up his sleeves.

What about the tickets and other stuff?

We have all the details covered for you, like always!

The early bird tickets are at a price-point of just ₹500 and if you're coming over with your squad of 5, you can avail the tickets at a price of ₹7500, which will include 5 beers, 4 Monster drinks and 2 water bottles along with at-call service.

But if you're a group of 10, you've gotta loosen up on ₹15,000 and you'll be given a choice of opting between a bottle of whiskey or 10 beers. Under this deal, you will also be served 5 Monster drinks, 2 Cokes and 2 water bottles along with free parking inside the venue and service of course.

Knock Knock

So with Ritviz coming to town this February, we see no reason for you to miss out on this evening which is simply gonna be nothing less than epic. Grab your tickets ASAP because parties like these, don't happen every weekend and Ritviz coming over to town is the next big thing in Lucknow!

Location: Carlton Hotel, Hazratganj

Date & Timings: 23rd of February, 11 AM onwards

Book your tickets- Book here

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