1.) Mecca – Annual Fest of Hindu College, Delhi University
Mecca tops our list on as the number one cultural festival in DU. The stage settings, the lightings, theme, artists and stalls, everything is here is just as it is supposed to be. Maybe even better. In the year 2018, their artist lineup consisted of household names like Amit Trivedi, Zaeden and artists from the famous Colors Infinity show The Stage, and the indie band The Local Train.
The fest attracts crowds in thousands and is the one best of Delhi University that you would not want to miss.
Event Website: Mecca – Annual Fest of Hindu College, Delhi University
2.) Crossroads – Sri Ram Collge of Commerce, Delhi University
The annual cultural festival of SRCC has made its mark on the map since the beginning.
The artist lineup consisted of Benny Dayal, DJ Nucleya, Teri Miko and Anish Sood. Their EDM night is always one of the most awaited nights in the list of popular DU events.
SRCC shines not only in academics but also in successfully holding one of the biggest fests of Delhi University.
The fest is a three-day long affair and figures somewhere around in March and is the second largest cultural festival in Delhi.
Event Website: Crossroads – Sri Ram Collge of Commerce, Delhi University
3.) Confluence – Hansraj College, Delhi University
The festival began in 2018 with poetry, at the Kavi Sammelan, and was indeed one of the most poetic and mesmerizing events conducted by the university. The event also consists of EDM Nights, where last year DJ MYRIS and DJy RAY played the tunes to which everyone danced.
This is followed by a Sufi Night. The artist lineup also consisted of singer Mankind Aulakh who is famous for songs like Badman and Khayal. Tighten your seatbelts because 2018 will be grander.
Event Website: Confluence – Hansraj College, Delhi University
4.) Nexus – Sri Venkateswara College Delhi University
Known as the Stephen or SRCC of South Campus, Sri Venkateswara or Venky’s annual fest Nexus is one of the shining stars in the famous DU events.
The festival’s highlight last year was Armaan Malik’s hit performance and this year they promise a Carnival Theme with stars as huge as last year. Nexus is one event you just couldn’t afford missing.
Event Website: Nexus – Sri Venkateswara College Delhi University
5.) Reverie – Gargi College, Delhi University
The festival truly stands with its name providing you with an experience which can make you feel like being lost in a pleasant dream.
Their lineup was grander than ever last year with world’s fastest pianist, Aman Bathla, bands Faridkot, Unplugged, and Arzz, DJs Candice Redding and Myris, and Monali Thakur.
This year promises to be even grander with the artist lineup consisting of DJ Zaeden, The Local Train and cold/mess artist Prateek Kuhad. Clear up your schedules and get, set, go Gargi.
Event Website: Reverie – Gargi College, Delhi University
6.) Tarang – Lady Shri Ram Collge for Women, Delhi University
Lady Shri Ram College for Women collaborated last year with the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts where Yusuf Khan Nizami performed Sufi Qawwali.
The highlight of the festival is the silent DJ which figures on all three days of the fest. This year DJ Miss Tara is one of their star performers and the dates are 1st, 2nd and 3rd February.
Event Website: Tarang – Lady Shri Ram Collge for Women, Delhi University
7.) Montage – Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University
Montage, the annual cultural fest of Jesus and Mary College (JMC) has disclosed its dates in 2019 to be 15 and 16 February. The lineup last year was as great as one can imagine with artists like DJ Zaeden, DJ Flynn and Nakash Aziz.
The two-day fest is always a big tick on DU’s successful event list.
Event Website: Montage – Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University
8.) Tempest – Miranda House, Delhi University
The annual cultural festival of Miranda House goes on for three days, consisting of events like DJ Night, Star Night and Band Night.
Their artist lineup last year was DJ Vibzz, Parashara Band, and the ever famous Siddharth Mahadevan. The fest figures mostly in the month of February and is not the one to disappoint.
Event Website: Tempest – Miranda House, Delhi University
9.) Renaissance – Kirori Mal College, Delhi University
This year, Kirori Mal College would be celebrating the 37th anniversary of their annual cultural festival.
The year 2018 was as great as one could expect, with performers like DJ Diego Miranda and the famous Punjabi singer
Event Website: Renaissance – Kirori Mal College, Delhi University
10.) Shruti – Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University
In 2018, the IPCW inaugurated its fest with the performance of Rooh – The Fusion Project and this year it promises to be bigger and better as it is their 95th anniversary.
The two-day fest provides opportunities to compete with a long lineup of competitions, is filled with beautiful stalls and witnesses stunning performances by both the students and star performances.
Event Website: Shruti – Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University
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