New Years Eve @ Rasta

New Years Eve @ Rasta

 

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About The Event

This new year's is about to get doubly better - double the venues, double the party!

Rasta SO2EO1 presents, for the first time in Bangalore, Heather Andrews from Mumbai. A singer/songwriter from London, Heather is a multi-instrumentalist whose voice and music transcends from mellow & intimate to upbeat and powerful, highlighting the range of her capabilities. A globetrotting musician, Heather has performed in venues across many countries like Poland, U.S.A and Kazakhstan and usually combines catchy, beautiful melodies with insightful, heartfelt lyrics to churn out her own brand of 'meaningful pop music'. That being said, don't be surprised if you hear the odd Hindi number. And keeping the crowd on their feet will be DJ Chachra behind the console who will be mixing the latest commercial and popular deep-house tracks into the night. Come enjoy your evening with a special spread curated by our chef for the occassion and unlimited alcohol!

 

Bangalore's favorite highway hangout Rasta Cafe is set to play host to DJ Jordan Kaplowitz, an underground DJ known for his foot-tapping reggae & world music sets in the Burning Man scene back in Los Angeles. And accompanying him will be DJ Nitesh playing some upbeat commercial and the best of Bollywood mixes, and DJ Chachra closing the night out with the latest techno tracks. Also part of the night will be a fireworks display across the vast expanse of our grounds and an exclusive bar for the night.


Terms & Conditions

  1. Every ticket holder can walk into both Rasta outlets on the night of the 31’st.
  2. Rasta Café does not have a buffet spread included in the package. Guests have to order a-la-carte.
  3. Rasta SO2EO1 will be open until 2 A.M and Rasta Café will be open until 5 AM.  
  4. Unlimited alcohol shall be served from select brands and is upto Rasta’s discretion.
  5. Online tickets have to exchanged for physical passes and stamps at the gates during entry.
  6. Re-entry under any circumstances shall not be entertained.