'Prada' fame Jass Manak is coming to The Flying Saucer Cafe in Lucknow & here's ALL you need to know

You can dance away your Friday night to Manak's tunes at the The Flying Saucer Cafe

We bet you've straightened up your backs and your eyes have just lit up reading the title of this piece! Yes, Jass Manak, the man behind super-hits like Prada, Lehenga, Suit Punjabi, Viah, is coming to Lucknow this week and we're freaking out with excitement.


Jass Manak has always been much-in-demand here in Lucknow and fulfilling our wishes to see him up close, is our favourite chill hub, The Flying Saucer Cafe. TFSC has been our go-to resto-bar cum cafe ever since it opened its gates here in the city and since its inception, it has never stopped wooing us with the best of deals, offers and events.

So living up to its hep and happening repute, The Flying Saucer Cafe is bringing one of the most prominent Punjabi artists in the recent times to Lucknow on Friday and we're turnt up for this one!

What's Happening?

You can dance away your Friday night to Manak's tunes at the The Flying Saucer Cafe, 8 PM onwards and it's gonna be a shame to sit this one out. This popular Punjabi artiste belts out high-energy songs which will make you want to move on the floor with your hands up in the air, no matter how terrible of a dancer you are. It's just the kind of natural energy which Manak brings with him to the stage and it's contagious AF!

So if you've been meaning to amp up your Friday evening after a long day of slogging at work or have been waiting for Manak's arrival in the city, since the time his songs started making sense to you, then do head to TFSC.

Knock Knock

The Flying Saucer Cafe has made a name for itself as one of the foremost party locations in the city and it has always served us with more than whatever we've hoped for! There isn't any better Friday night coming up here in Lucknow so just snag your tickets ASAP because we're sure, it's all gonna be packed to the brim- so last minute plans of coming over might not work out well. Get bae and your squad on board and watch the night roll like never before.



Location: The Flying Saucer Cafe, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Date & Timings: 28th of February, 8 PM onwards

Book your tickets here!

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