Bengaluru Events January 2023: Set Your Calendars For Fascinating Experiences
There will be 9 amazing events in Bengaluru this month from Adiyogi Statue unveiling, live concerts, food festivals, sports events and more.
Bengaluru is prepared to meet all of your needs, whether you need a night of music or to advance your real estate interests. Here is a list of top 9 calendar events for this month in the capital of Karnataka.
Top 9 Bengaluru Events In January 2023
1. Real Estate Expo
The conclave will be held at Hotel Lalit Ashok on January 14 and 15. The Jain International Trade Organization’s (JITO) Bengaluru chapter is in charge of organizing it. According to a JITO release, the event would bring together developers, builders, and buyers.
2. Iconic Adiyogi Statue Unveiling
The Sadhguru Sannidhi in Bengaluru will host this on January 15 starting at 6 o’clock. Many prominent people and politicians plan to attend. There is an option for free registration here.
3. Comics at Cubbon
Uproarious stand-up comedy is performed by the Earthlings Comedy Theatre every Sunday at 8:30 am next to the Karnataka High Court until the end of the month for those who wish to start their Sundays off right. The event is free to attend.
4. 18th Drishti National Dance Festival
The 18th Drishti National Dance Festival will be held on Saturday, January 21, from 5:30 pm until late, with admission costing ₹400 per person.
Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam, an Indian dancer and recipient of the Padmabhushan award, will be honored at this year’s festival.
5. International Trade Fair of Millets & Organics
The International Trade Fair for Organics and Millets is being hosted in the Tripura Vasini Palace Grounds from January 20 to January 22.
The Department of Agriculture is in charge of planning this event. Visit for 300+ vendors and food courts offering organic cuisine & millets.
6. Bangalore Chess Club Event
This month, Lahe Lahe Bengaluru is hosting a chess club on alternate Sundays from 10 am to 1 pm. If you want to improve your chess skills, look no further.
For this meeting event, organizers are collecting a ₹100 registration fee per individual. Participants are advised to bring their own chess sets.
7. Thaikkudam Bridge (Live Concert)
Thaikkudam Bridge, a prominent Kerala-based music band, will perform at Wings Arenas in Kothanur and Nexus Koramangala Mall on January 26 and 27, respectively.
Both performances are scheduled to begin at 6 o’clock. The events start at 1,268 and are affordable for people of all ages.
8. The Fur Festival
This event is held to honor dogs and their favorite people, making it the ideal day to spend with your four-legged companions.
Play games and engage with tails wagging. Along with live music, there will also be a variety of gourmet foods and alcohol. Visitors to the festival who want to adopt pets can stop by the adoption tent.
9. Avarebele Mela
This year’s Avarebele Mela, a well-known cuisine festival in Bengaluru, is taking place at the National College grounds in Basavanagudi through January 9. It’s anticipated that many culinary connoisseurs and bloggers will attend.