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The Secret Garden Weekend to be Held On June 7 & 8 In Pune

May 28, 04:40pm

The Secret Garden Weekend, a two day festival, is set to kick off next weekend on June 7 & 8 in Pune showcasing a myriad of sensory experiences.

The Secret Garden Weekend is ready to kick off next week at Irish Village in Pune on June 7 and 8 promising attendees a euphoric journey of sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste including performances by over 40 seasoned musicians, workshops, venue installations, and more. The two day festival flaunts a 'one of kind' concept of indulging all five senses through a spectacular journey with performances across two stages including indie, world music, fusion, electronica, and much more, for an incredible experience through sound; visual treats in the form of art installations and thematic zones that will be created at The Secret Garden Weekend adding to the dreamy and surreal world of the Secret Gardeners journey; a selection of gourmet world cuisines to envelope your taste buds in; flower shows, floral installations, blindfolded sensory trails, and more for your eager nose; and, a grand conclusion with paints to celebrate collective merriment.

Some of the artist you're going to witness at the festival include experimental jam outfit The Family Cheese, Mumbai based ethnotronic duo Filter Coffee, turntable gurus Uri and Reji, and many more. The two day weekender urges all moms, dads, babies, kids, pets, and friends to experience this sensory extravaganza cocooned into the heart of Pune. With a venue curated to an 'Alice's Wonderland', there are incentives and offers on tickets, accommodation, travel, and more. 

Visit the Facebook events page for further information.

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