9 Reviews / 10 Ratings
Visit Kitsch Mandi - Flea Market Festival. A vibrant flea market with a section of folk inspired stalls. Art workshops and displays for children and adults. Live urban folk music by Sean Roldan and friends from Chennai. Folk fusion jam duo Nimisha Shankar and Siji.
Space to chill + shop + interact with artists + listen to great folk music + bring your children - free entry for them + perfect creative sunday.
Time: 1pm onwards
Head to Pebbles on a Saturday for a crazy night. Behind the deck will be DJ Nikhil Chinappa & Rohit Barker, who will be churning out sizzling music to keep you grooving. Opening act by DJ Hassan & DJ Shahi Enjoy your weekend and have a gala time with your friends.
Time: 9pm onwards
WORST EXPERIENCE EVER
Went with high expectations to celebrate New Years after having read all these wonderful comments and also having heard about it from so many people. But I'm sure that me and at least a hundred other people who came here would swear that we will NEVER come back here, After having waited for more than an hour, the gates were shut. When we asked for people from the management, the crew said that there was no one from the management stayed. There was almost a stampede at the entrance. I had paid 14,000 for the passes and was denied access. I want my money back!!!!
Music, Nature, Trance beats and nice crowds
A nice club wonderful music, trance beats... the disco lights while passing through the huge tree that stands all over the place flowing through the branches, twigs and leaves drives you crazy and in a trance, gets you high. Bit overcrowded at times, but the crowd is all party loving. Just go get lost in the music, in the lights, in the nature, trees and the setups that gets well into the jungle theme... just loose yourself, dance
This place rocks. Set in a rocky jungle theme, this night club has the setup for excellent music, flowing booze and the lush greens with rocky outdoors set the mood just right for a high class camping type party. Pebbles is completely buzzing on Saturday nights, with a nominal cover.The house music is commendabl. The drinks and the bites are priced at par with any other pub
Coolest way to Party!
Walked in with 3 girls to celebrate my sisters birthday! The perfect ambience of candle light lit hall with a very decent crowd at 9PM. We ordered a few cocktails and starters and waited for the party to warm up. By 10:30, we had all the people in house on the dance floor dancing like animals for Diwali bash.
We were pretty satisfied with our drinks ( cosmopolitan, Bacardi special, lychee cooler and bloody Mary) and we grooved to the latest hits and danced our way home!
Definitely a must visit place, this was my 3rd time here.
Overly Crowded Average Place
A large group of friends decided to goto Pebbles on a Saturday night. It was indeed a long journey from South Bangalore. For whatever reasons, the road that leads to Pebbles was jam packed that night and we could reach the place only by 11PM. We had to park the cars in the grounds next to it and walk to the venue. The place was also jam packed with too many people. ItÂ’s a huge, real huge place with small shelters here and there for people whoÂ’d want to sit and enjoy their drinks and food.
The dance floor is also big and in the open air. However, the floor is not flat and there are high possibility of one slipping and falling. Another reason for this to happen is the broken glasses all over the floor. I guess people who carry their drinks to the dance floor end up dropping them and one need to be extra cautious and make sure not to hurt themselves.
The entry was free for girls that day and for men it was 1000 bucks each. Its an average place to party. It could probably be better if thereÂ’s some light while walking around or atleast if the floor is flat unlike what it is now. No comments on the food as we dint get to taste it. The crowd was a mix of firings and Indians. Definitely a good crowd and one who is too keen on the kind of crowd, would enjoy this place.
On more than four occasions i have been to pebbles and i quite like it, its quite unassuming and relaxed, it has a huge seating area that is divided a little abruptly, its a bit too dimly lit, seating are not that comfortable esp the ones on the stone, they don have a back rest that gets annoying .The waiters are not very attentive which im not sure is good or bad, i somehow prefer them not bothering me much until i ask for their help. I still seem to like this places , one reason it being very close to my home and the other that the crowd is sometimes good (NOT ALWAYS) . Food is average but they make very good cocktails. The bartender really has got his portions rite since i really liked the cocktails, unlike most lounges where the cocktails are diluted to an extent that you donÂ’t realize what youÂ’re drinking, here they are made good, i like the shooters that they gave as a complimentary. Its a bit expensive but im sure to go in here again
Cesspool of expat trash
Pebbles is actually a great venue with a variety of lounge spaces and dance areas depending on what you are in the mood for. Their last party, on Saturday, January 16th, however, was a cesspool of expat trash. Hosted by what appeared to be a well known party plannner cum loser, VIren, the crowd showed its truly colors when the party was over. I dont know whether it was just this particular night or Bengaluru's "hifi" party scene in general but the crowd milling outside in the wee hours of midnight was utterly obnoxious. Although we were warned of Viren's notorious love for white trash (hailing from both the european and north american continents) nothing could have prepared us for the drunken stupidly and mindless exchanges that defined much of the night. Pebbles should think twice before hosting Viren again.