The Great Indian October Fest was great indeed. Indians have a good taste for Music and Beer. Across the globe music unites people. We Indians have a welcome heart for different culture, food and specially music.
Inspired by the German “Oktoberfest”, The Great Indian October Fest (TGIOF), is India’s biggest Annual Music and Beer festival. Spanning over 3 continuous days it gives you a throbbing experience of great music, cool beer, exciting games, crafts, food and art.
This year attractions were American rock band Hoobastank as the significant band and Bollywood singers Mika Singh and Arijit Singh.
There were many stalls which were selling stuffs like the glittery hats, masks, party glasses but everything was on little higher than the usual market rate. But all in all it was a great fest.
Do’s and Don’ts:
- Carry cash instead of credit/debit card
My personal experience, I and my friends were carrying credit/debit cards and on stall they were only accepting cash. And there were no ATM’s nearby.
- Avoid high heels.
I noticed few girls in high heels and later they were roaming bare foot because they were not able to bear the pain. When you need to stand for long, you should always go for the most comfortable footwear.
- Avoid wearing one piece dresses:
You really want to enjoy and at the same time carefree. You should wear comfortable clothes. My personal suggestion is that you should wear smart t-shirt and jeans or if you want to look trendy and comfortable at same time then go for shorts and ganji/spaghettis top.
- Carry cross body side shoulder bags
Avoid carrying clutches or big bags as your hands will be occupied and they will create a hurdle in your enjoyment.