Moksha (12.31.2019)

A Bollywood Masquerade New Years’ Eve Bash!

Tuesday, Dec 31
Randolph Tavern
188 W Randolph St.
9pm – 2am


Music by
Jimmy Singh + DJ Monu

All tickets include

  • 4-hour premium open bar (9pm-1am) – Cash bar after 1am
  • Dinner buffet 9pm – 11pm (menu)
  • Champagne toast at midnight
  • Complimentary masquerade masks

Randolph Tavern is an 8,000 sq. ft upscale venue (with a massive dancefloor) in Chicago’s hot theatre district. Set in Chicago’s most striking 1920s-era historic skyscraper, Randolph Tavern has genuine food, craft beer, elevated cocktails, and fine wine. Feeling as if it has been around for decades, the tavern has a throwback vibe featuring a 200+ foot long-aged copper bar, two lounge areas, a half-block long booth-lined window scape, retro artwork, vintage lighting, and wood throughout the warm and inviting space. On NYE, the venue will be transformed into an enticing Bollywood themed Masquerade dance party!

Dress code: Dressy attire required. Absolutely no gym shoes or t-shirt permitted. Jeans are permitted with a button-down shirt.

There will be limited open seating at no extra cost (first come first serve)

$5 mandatory coat check
Garage/ Street parking
Strictly 21 & over w/ valid ID

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United States of Bollywood

United States of Bollywood (07.03.2019)

A Bollywood Bhangra Independence Day Bash!

Wednesday, July 3, 2019
414 N Orleans Street
9:30pm – 2:00am


Indian beats by:
DJ VJ (Edmonton, Canada)
Jimmy Singh

VIP table service available
Limited advance tickets available
Strictly 21 & over

Call/Text: 773.BHANGR.1

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Holi (03.27.2019)

Celebrate India’s Festival of Colors

Friday, March 22, 2019
120 N Canal St, Chicago
9pm – 2am

Holi Tickets

Holi- the festival of colors is undoubtedly the most fun-filled and boisterous of Indian festivals. It’s an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and of course lots of bright colors!

Complimentary assortment of Holi colors will be available. There will be a designated area for guests to play with colors. For the safety of other guests, absolutely no throwing of colors in the air is permitted. Wear whites if you plan on playing with Holi colors. Otherwise, dress to impress.

Indian beats by
DJ Krush + Jimmy Singh

Strictly 21 & over
Mandatory coat check

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