What: At only 20, 19 and 17 years old, they have performed on some of the world’s most recognised stages both in Australia and the USA. The Buckleys are a chart-topping teenage sibling trio from Byron Bay, Australia. They’re hit single ‘Daydream’ raced up the Official Australian Country Radio Chart, landing at number one and achieving mainstream radio crossover success as well. With roots in country music, their live show is an energetic blend of country, rock n roll, soul and pop. The Buckleys combine honest storytelling with a fresh, dynamic and exciting blend of musical influences that capture their youthful and electrifying energy both on stage and in the recording studio. So book your tickets for The Buckleys World Virtual Tour.
When: April 29 (8 pm)
What: For the first time, major film festivals around the world will unite for a 10-day-long streaming event on YouTube. The We Are One: A Global Film Festival will stream for free features, and documentaries (including panel discussions), that have been shown at some of the major festivals in the world, including Tribeca, Cannes, Venice, Berlin, London, Toronto, Tokyo and India. The global film festival has been co-curated by over 20 of the biggest film festivals from across the world. All funds raised during the festival will benefit Covid-19 relief funds.
When: May 29 – June 7
What: The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art turns ten this year. To celebrate the past decade, it is bringing back vignettes that will highlight the museum’s multi-focal vision, its evolving mission, directions and journeys undertaken, mapping intersecting histories of the subcontinent. Reflecting on KNMA’s archive and collection built over the course of ten years of institution-building exercise and exhibition-making, this exhibition reconsiders the complexities of inhabiting semi-permanent spaces, one inside a mall and the other in a technology hub. This can be viewed on their social media handles.
When: Till June 30