Indore has something for everyone. It caters to all whims and fancies and everything in between - be it fancy chai stalls or party scenes where we get to groove to upbeat music.

Indore’s nightlife is as happening as any other city and this December, they’re setting new benchmarks in terms of letting our hair down - we have proof!

Dance Workshop by Tanishq Joshi

If you’re interested in the hip-hp genre of dancing, you can’t miss out on this young talent- Tanishq Joshi!

Join him at The Dance Centre for an intensive Intermediate-level Hip Hop Dance Workshop to pick up some crazy moves for the upcoming new year parties!

Wear comfortable clothing, carry water and get ready to shake a leg!

Location: The Dance Centre, Manorama Ganj, Indore!

Timings: 6PM - 8PM

How much: Online payment ₹300 (available until Dec 20, 2018) or opt for ‘Cash on arrival’-₹400!

Plugin Friday at Ego The Club!

After a hectic week, you deserve to relax with great music and premium booze along with your friends at the best of places!

Ego The Club offers a sprawling roof-top and an open air restaurant located in the center of the city with a bar, large screen and a breathtaking view of the cleanest city in India.

So visit here and sway to the music while leaving behind the hustle of the stressful week!

Location: 10th Floor, 1001, Shekhar Central, AB Road, Manorama Ganj, Indore.

Timings: 7:30 pm-11 pm

How much: ₹500 onwards

Mashup Night by Liveup Cafe and Lounge!

Sunday night is always an upbeat mashup night here at Liveup. Sunday has always witnessed multiple genres, ultimate music compilations, frolicking audience and an adrenaline infused electric atmosphere.

Make the most out of your Sunday this weekend here at Indore with the buzzy Sunday night mashup event.

Location: LivUp Entertainment, UG 34/34A, Orbit Mall. Ab Road- Indore.

Timings: 8pm to 12am

How much: ₹699 onwards!

Christmas Carnival At Omni Residency Garden!

Indore is spreading the holiday cheer by organizing the best Christmas carnival in town! Come and visit with your kids to celebrate the spirit of togetherness during the holiday season.

There’ll be varieties of workshops for you to try your hands at while your kids can enjoy in the play area with Santa. They are also organizing food stalls for you to explore and try out.

Location: Eastern Ring Road- Vijay Nagar, Near Bombay Hospital, Indore.

Timings: 1pm to 10pm.

How much: ₹50 onward.

Bollyboom New Year Eve At Sangam Pride!

Experience the Bollyboom India New Year bash with DJ A.SEN & DJ PERCH because they’re going to be playing at Sangam Pride to welcome your new year with a bang!

You can expect your new year to be one of the best you’ve ever experienced because Sangam Pride parties never let you down!

Location: ByPass Road, Opposite Bharti Walmart, Indore.

Timings: 8pm to 12am.

How much:₹1999 onwards!

So if you’re in Indore during December, you’d definitely know where to go! Plan with your friends and family to enjoy the last lap of 2018!

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