The Drowning Street in Lucknow is turning a year old & here's the birthday weekend plan

Head to The Drowning Street this weekend! #White is the new black

The Drowning Street has always been the talk of the town! Its swanky space coupled with a feel-good ambience, keeps us coming back for more. Over the months it has become our go-to weekend hub, whenever we want to dance away the night to a groovy playlist and binge on delicious munchies along with it. TDS has just turned a year old and this weekend, they're inviting us to be a part of their birthday celebrations.

Like always, The Drowning Street is pampering us with a string of events and deals this weekend and here's all you need to know to be party-ready and trust us, you'd not want to sit this one out.

What's Happening?

To celebrate their first year birth anniversary, The Drowning Street has brought in offers and events for its patrons, which are simply too good to miss out on! For a kick-ass commencement of the celebrations, they brought in artistes like Vishal Pandey and DJ KTR and our Friday night was instantly sorted.

For Saturday, which is tonight, TDS is hosting Monty and Sharon to keep our ears company while here and one of Lucknow's favourite, DJ Sufi will be taking charge of the deck duties, 9pm onwards. Brewing bubbles out of excitement already? Wait, there's more!

The Drowning Street is also throwing a white theme party today in the evening which will be followed by a grand cake ceremony and of course, they've not forgotten about daaru enthusiasts like us. Till Sunday, the 23rd of February, you can avail beers at ₹199 each and if you're feeling like relishing other fancy tipples, you can snag the liquor bottles here at special prices!

Even your Sunday will be taken care by The Drowning Street so that your Monday doesn't feel too heavy. Come over anytime during the day to be a part of their Soulful Sunday and witness Shivansh belt out melodies which'll gently tug the chords of your heart. For your fix of entertainment in the evening, DJ Manaav will be teasing the console here, 9 PM onwards!

Knock Knock

So, if you want to be a part of The Drowning Street's birthday celebrations spanning over this weekend and groove to the electronic numbers by prominent artistes, make sure to be here! Call up your squad to amp up the fun quotients and it's gonna be one of those weekends, you'd not want to part with.

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