BMW Joytown, Mumbai Comic Con, Red Lorry Film Festival & Much More: Here Are The Events To Look Forward To In April

Summer is here, and so are the events you’d love to unwind with! Grab some sunnies and your favourite sipper because  you’re in for a ride with events ranging Diljit Dosanjh and The Chainsmokers concerts to shopping festivals like The Lil Flea. This month brings a myriad of versatile events that cater to people from all walks of life. Take your pick from leisure activities such as the Fridge Magnet Workshop and the Liminal Gaps art exhibition or uplift your mood by revisiting classic movies with the Red Lorry Film Festival, and more. Ahead, take a look at the list of events April has in store for you.

BMW Joytown 2024

This event offers a one-of-a-kind experience with the perfect mix of cars, bikes, music, culinary delights, and a personalised accessory shop. This event is where joy takes center stage. With a fabulous line up of national and international sensations like Diljit Dosanjh and The Chainsmokers, Joytown is set to capture the hearts of fans across the country. The BMW zone at the event will have a classic display of their cars, making it a perfect evening for gearheads. The event also has an area for exploring trends in BMW, MINI, and BMW Motorrad accessories.

When: 12th April and 13th April

Where: MMRDA R2 Ground, BKC, Mumbai 


Red Lorry Film Festival 

Cinephiles can enjoy the perfect weekend getaway with global cinema’s rich tapestry. The Red Lorry Film Festival brings an unparalleled cinematic experience along with a fabulous curation of movies in 10 languages across several genres. Movies like ‘Poor Things’ and all-time classics like ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ are all set to captivate the hearts of audiences once again through the silver screen.

When: 5th–7th April 

Where: Maison PVR, Jio World Drive & Maison Inox, Jio World Plaza


‘Seeing Consciously’ by Kajal Nalwa 

This exhibit by Kajal Nalwa revolves around nature and women, as well as their dependence on each other. It promises to be a captivating display of creativity and imagination. The theme of this exhibition is rural India—fields, trees, and rivers in all their natural glory. The medium for creating this art is oil and acrylic on canvas using a palette knife, watercolor, and charcoal on paper. The artist has aimed at portraying the simplicity of villagers in India as well as using flowers as personifications of their divine feet.

When: 3rd April, 4 PM

Where: Fire, THE Park, New Delhi

Mumbai Comic Con 2024

Get the best of comics, cosplay, merchandise, movies, TV, gaming and more with the latest iteration of Mumbai Comic Con. Spot your favorites, like Rohan Joshi and Rob, doing what they’re best at. The Arena is where gamers go from indie to incredible, diving into a pixelated universe and battling fierce opponents in thrilling PC and mobile games. The event unites fandoms, comics, gaming, and beyond, making it an unforgettable experience.

When: 20th April and 21st April 
Where: Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai 

Fridge Magnet Workshop

Aren’t magnets the cutest addition to your fridge? Now imagine learning, making, and taking home a version of it you made yourself! This fridge magnet workshop will help you learn crafting techniques and implement them to make your own. Spend time crafting 3 fridge magnets of different shapes and designs, where all the materials are provided by the artist.

When: 2nd–8th April 2024

Where: Shobha’s Art Studio, Mumbai


Korean Karnival

Immerse yourself in the vibrant spirit of Korea at the Korean Karnival this year. This two-day extravaganza promises to be a celebration of all things Korean, featuring stalls offering a tantalising array of food and lifestyle products. K-Pop fans are in luck with this exhibition, as they will experience its infectious energy all around. This event is the perfect amalgamation of tradition and modernity, giving its visitors a chance to experience Korean culture.

When: 27th and 28th April

Where: Worldmark Aerocity, New Delhi


The Lil Flea 


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India’s happiest flea market is back! With homegrown, curated brands from across the country, a delectable food palate, a fantastic lineup of live bands, and a host of workshops and experiences, this festival never disappoints. Also, do not forget to indulge yourselves in Lil Collectives and the Festival Bar!

When: 5th–7th April

Where: Jio World Garden, Mumbai


Liminal Gaps

Embark on a fascinating journey through space and time with a contemporary Indian visual art show that explores the spaces ‘in between’, or transitional spaces. The exhibit aims to reshape perspectives on India’s evolving cultural identity. The exhibition features four contemporary artists namely, Ayesha Singh, Raqs Media Collective, Asim Waqif and Afrah Shafiq. ‘Liminal Gaps’ if simplified, means the gaps between one space and the next, it can be physical, metaphorical, or even emotional in nature.

When: 2nd April-14th April 

Where: Art House, Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, Mumbai


Sound of Estuary 27.0 


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If pool party, fire dance, live music, and LED show sounds like you, congrats, you’re in luck! This edition of Sound of Estuary in Goa promises an unforgettable evening with pulsating beats, mesmerising melodies, and trance euphoria. Brace yourselves for a party of the year at the beach!

When: 6th April, 3 PM

Where: antiSOCIAL, Goa


Mediums of Enclosed Departures 

Art connoisseurs this is your time! This exhibition unveils a kaleidoscope of creative artwork by some of the leading contemporary artists all over the country. The pieces intend to redefine traditionality in art while igniting senses with their boundless creativity.

When: 5th April

Where: IKKO Art Gallery, Sewri, Mumbai

Threaded Visions

This unique exhibit is creatively embroidered by Milaaya Embroideries by Gayatri Khanna. This exhibition goes beyond the realm of artistry and intends to showcase the celebrated works of contemporary weavers. ‘Threaded Visions’ features exquisite artists like S. H. Raza, Ranbir Kaleka, K. K. Hebbar, etc.

When: 3rd–6th April

Where: Snowball Studios, Mumbai


Reminiscing childhood days, Isvara is here to provide a true Konkan taste and bring back those memories. “With every dish, we pay homage to the flavors that evoke the warmth of home and the spirit of the Konkan community ” says the founder, Megha Datwani. The culinary event comprises of seafood, spices like Kokum, and highlight dishes like Cucumber Vade, Jhinga Thecha, Bharli Vaangi and Konkani Chicken Pulao.

When: 13th April onwards

Where: Mumbai 

- Digital Intern


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