An Ode to the Colder Weather – Nite Owl Festival at Select Citywalk Saket


What – Nite Owl Festival
When – November 24th – 26th | 12pm – 12am
Where – DLF Place, Saket
How to Get There – Saket Metro Station, Yellow Line

The weather has taken a turn towards the colder end and all of Delhi couldn’t be happier. Well, at least most of it. With the smog almost cleared up, it’s time again to get out of our hoods (or blankets!) and head out. What better way to chill than shopping and food? And what better place than DLF Place, Saket to do it at? DLF Place just celebrated its ten year anniversary and has now come up with the amazing Nite Owl Festival for its second edition. The Festival offers everything you would want at a night out. From scrumptious delights to the Little Flea market and the added joy of having a nip in the air. The Nite Owl is a three day extravagant affair that starts from the 24th of November, Friday. The great thing about this festival is that it lasts an entire day up until 12 am. So if you do wish to spend the entire weekend sleeping, you can still catch the event going on late in the evening.

The Flea Market will be brimming with beautiful little things you wouldn’t find anywhere else. Stuff ranging from Home Decor to Indo-Western Clothing to Chunky Jewellery. It’s a perfect destination for all your fashionista friends.

And of course there will be Food Stalls for every taste palate. Sumptuous momos of more than a hundred types are likely to be present. Okay, maybe not a hundred. But you do get our point, right? Food of all kinds, shapes and sizes will be at your avail.

There is always a cherry on the top and here it will be the soulful live band performances. Groove to the rhythm of acoustic times as you wander around or while you shop.
The bands slated to perform are Zephyr, Alankaar, Savarveda, Rocknaama, and more.

So head out to DLF Place to destress your nerves and be a little bit self indulgent this weekend! There’s more to life than chasing targets and attending meetings, after all.


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