Delhi's first open-air film fest is here and you need to book your tickets now!

Delhi's first open-air film fest is here and you need to book your tickets now!

Films, fun, food and friends- can life get better than this?

Have you ever fancied yourself watching movies at a movie theatre under the night sky with a nice cocktail and some food? Well, your wishes are about to get answered as Sunset Cinema Club and Drinksome are organising Delhi’s (sorry non-Delhi folks) first ever open air movie fest and the tickets are up for grabs.

The event called ‘Movies & Chill Festival’ is being organised in the heart of Delhi at the performance art theatre– One Golden Mile, which is located in Chanakyapuri, and will take from April 7, 2017, to April 9, 2017, from 6 PM onwards. Though the movie starts at 8 PM, the fest also includes DJs (time to take out your dancing shoes), mouth-watering delights from the food trucks, exotic cocktails and photo booths (we miss having those) too. What’s more? There’s themed decor too!

If you are wondering which movies will be screened at the fest, then don’t worry as the organisers have selected some classy movies for you to enjoy. You will get to watch Pulp Fiction, Top Gun and The Silence Of The Lambs, in that order.

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Movies & Chill Festival, (Photo: Facebook)

You can book the tickets on PayTM events or you can log on to their Facebook event page.

So what are you waiting for? Gather your gang and book your tickets now before they run of seats (PS: Limited seats available).

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