11 Festivals Every Delhiite Must Attend Before February End!

You know, for all those people who love to attend and keep themselves updated with festivals, Feb is G.O.D! ‘Cause with 11 festivals happening before February ends, we’re sure you wouldn’t want to miss even a single one of them. So, we made a list of every single one that you cannot live without before February ends!

I. Chatori Galliyan

Where | JLN Stadium

When | 16th February

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So, here’s the deal guys! Harrdy Sandhu is not the only highlight of the event! Chatori Galliyan will be also bringing the flavours of Old Delhi to the festival.

In fact, if the news is true, the festival will also bring sufi singers, folk musicians, street magicians, puppet shows & a whole lotta love with fusion food!

II. Surajkund Mela

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Where | Surajkund, Faridabad

When | Until 18th February

World’s largest crafts fair, Surajkund International Crafts Mela was back earlier in the month and we even now we’re excited AF!

In its 32nd edition this year, it’s celebrating Uttar Pradesh as the theme state and has got Kyrgyzstan as the partner nation.

III. Riwayat-E-Sufi

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Where | Kamani Auditorium

When | 16th February

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It’s not just the Nizami Brothers who will be coming to Riwayat-E-Sufi Festival! It’s also a whole bunch of other Sufi singers from around the city and India as well!

IV. Engifest

Where | Delhi Technological University

When | 18th February

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From featuring at Ultra Music Festival and TomorrowlandBassjackers are a force to reckon with! And if you’re someone who would love to experience the magic they create around each concert, then you must head to Engifest.

V. MTV India Tour

Where | Leisure Valley, Huda Grounds. Gurgaon

When | 17th February

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This will be Arijit’s first-ever Live in Concert India tour that started on 24th December. As part of the MTV India Tour, he has been travelling to 10 cities for 4 months until March. And if you’re a part of the Arijit fandom, this is one concert of his you will regret not attending!

VI. World On A Platter


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Where | JLN Stadium

When | 17th – 18th February

Facebook Event Page | https://www.facebook.com/events/1604378136296635/

If you’re the kind of person who is always thinking about food and can’t live without it, look no further! For the very first time in Delhi, this food festival will be bringing meals from across 30+ countries & 7 continents. And we’re DEFO losing our minds over it!

VII. Vitality Hours by Antidote

Where | 1, Jor Bagh Market, Delhi

When | 17th – 18th February

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VITALITY HOURS is inspired by the five elements of Nature: earth, fire, water, air & space. How they manifest in our bodies under Modern Ayurveda as doshas such as Vata, Pitta & Kapha. The upcoming festival is inspired by the Pitta dosha, which is made up of the elements of Fire & Water and governs our body’s temperature, endocrine & digestive system, metabolic rate & skin health.

VIII. Ishara International Puppet Festival

Where | India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road

When | 20th – 27th February

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When you love a puppet show, going for one is the most obvious thing ever! Feat. in Delhi for its 16th edition, Ishara International Puppet Festival will be bigger and better this year. Bringing puppeteers from India and across the world, the festival will enchant and bring back memories.

IX. Music For Harmony

Where | Dilli Haat, INA

When | 16th February

Facebook Event Page | https://www.facebook.com/events/152817715509471/

Music For Harmony is one of the lesser known music festivals in Delhi with an amazing lineup waiting for you to check out! And coming this year for their 16th edition, the festival calls for a reconciliation b/w self and the society. In fact, the main aim of the festival is to explore and acknowledge peace through music & various other art forms.

X. Colour Run

When | 25th February

Tickets | Kids (10 years and below)- Rs 500/Adults – Rs 750

As the name suggests, The Color Run is a run with lots of colours and a whole lot of fun. It’s a unique way of celebrating health, happiness and individuality in the most exciting way possible.

Since the idea of this run is not just fitness but also to have a good time, it is also a great opportunity to hang out with our gang and meet like-minded people.

XI. 21 Guns Salute International Vintage Car Rally

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When | 17th and 18th February

Where | Ambience Green, Golf Course, Ambience Islands, Gurgaon

It is after three years that Delhi will see an array of vintage cars out on the streets. In 2014, the National Green Tribunal had banned Desiel or Petrol vehicles that were more than 10 years old! To car collector’s dismay, this ban by default included vintage cars that were more than 50 years old.

So, which all festivals will you be attending?

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