Bengaluru has a lot to offer for visitors and residents alike , with a multitude of great events and exhibitions across the city, mostly clustered this winter around the week of Republic and Independence Day.
India Color Fest is a celebration of human diversity and tolerance, featuring combinations of multicultural, local, national, and international music. The festival takes place on 21 January, at Manpho Convention Centre, featuring Bollywood Playback singer and vocalist Mrs. Runa Rizvi Sivamani, and some of India’s top Trance DJs.
India’s first Tea Festival on 21 and 22 January at UB City in Central Benagalore is sure to satisfy the taste buds of tea lovers from around the world. With dozens of specialty, gourmet, and premium tea brands from across India under one roof, the festival also features many workshops on food pairing, herbal infusions, and tea appreciation activities.
Another colorful event around the same time is Lalbagh Flower Show at Lalbag from 20 to 29 January. The show presents the variety of flora and the wonderful native flowers from areas like Goa, Maharashtra, and more.
The International Conference on Creativity and Cognition in Art and Design ICCCAD 2017 is a unique conference bringing together “practitioners of creativity” from various fields of arts and design and “researchers of creativity” from varied disciplines of cognitive and neurosciences. It’s held from 19 to 21 January at Nimhans Convention Centre.
Bangalore International Sport Expo is a three days event held from 6 to 8 February at the Karnataka Trade Promotion Organization. The expo showcases everything related to sports from equipment to sportswear, accessories and safety products.