2nd Edition of Hallowine by Senses Creations Sees Over 20000 Attendees in Bangalore
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | November 6, 2017 | News
Hallowine - a Halloween themed wine festival, an IPR (Intellectual Property) of Senses Creations was held from October 27 – 29, at Phoenix Market City, Bangalore. It was the 2nd edition of the event.
For the event, the courtyard area of Phoenix Market City was turned into a live experiential zone with live music and performances, and wine stall with rustic look. The evenings pulled in a crowd of 5000 to 7000 on each of the days.
The decor of the entire event was done keeping Halloween theme in mind. From entrance arch to installations to wine stalls, all of it had a bit of Halloween touch to it with classy lit ambience to go with wine at the same time. One of the major highlights of the event was the photo op placed at the venue which was warm and welcoming enough to draw the crowd in large numbers.
The event was inaugurated in the presence of Karnataka Wine Board dignitaries and the General Manager of Phoenix Market City on October 27th evening by lighting up the dia and popping up a wine bottle.
Following the inauguration, the event saw a mesmerizing Jazz music performance by Billy Range featuring Richa Paul, with the illusions of Illusionist Aakarsh. On day two, the audience danced to the beats of experiential groove band Zehen featuring Etram dance academy with Karaoke Jockey Naveen and on day three the participating audience enjoyed Latin American Hip Hop music by Artesanato Pulso and danced their hearts out to the beats of Bollywood music by DJ Vipul Khurrana.
The Grape stomping zone of the event was an instant hit amongst the audience as people where eagerly waiting for their turn to get in the tub for stomping.
Talking about the event Sanidhi VJ, Director, Senses Creations said “We were thrilled to work on the second edition of hallowine. We had 9 wineries participating and showcasing their best wine. The shoppers at the mall seemed to love the ambience and the event area turned into a giant selfie zone.”
The event was inaugurated in the presence of Karnataka Wine Board dignitaries and the General Manager of Phoenix Market City, on 27 October evening.