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MUSIC: NH7 Weekender

More artistes, more styles, more music. Playing on the six stages on the second day of the festival, among a host of others, are Lagori, Susheela Raman, the Raghu Dixit Project, Indian Ocean, Midival Punditz, Vir Das' Alien Chutney, Reggae Rajahs, the Shakey Rays, Galeej Gurus and Swarathma. Visit nh7.in/weekender/bangalore/artists/ for the full line-up and tickets.

@ Embassy International Riding School, Yelahanka

3.30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

MUSIC: Renganatha Sharma

Renganatha Sharma from Kerala not only has a rich musical lineage, but has also complemented his natural talent with a Ph.D. in Carnatic music. He is the main draw in Nadasurabhi’s monthly concert.

@ Indian Heritage Academy Hall, 6th block, near Koramangala police station

4.15 p.m.

COMEDY: What ‘we-men’ really want

The laughs continue with five of Evam’s comedians holding forth on, well everything. Tickets at the venue or on bookmyshow.com

@ Alliance Francaise de Bangalore, Vasathnagar

3.30 p.m., 7.30 p.m.

THEATRE: Anbudan

Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Sabha presents Balu’s drama. Call 23345665.

@ Thirumala Vidya Niketan hall, behind Chowdiah Memorial hall

7 p.m.

DANCE: Nritya Neerajana

The second day of Ananya’s annual performing arts festival is absolutely packed. Expect a Bharatanatyam duet by Somashekar and Soumya, Kathak duet by Hari and Chetna (11 a.m.), Bharatanatyam by Radhika Prabhu (5 p.m.), Odissi by Vandana Supriya (5.45 p.m.) and Bharatanatyam by Satyanarayana Raju. Call 23440409.

@ Seva Sadan, 14th cross, Malleswaram

10 a.m.