Pacific Mall NSP, in association with Actisoul Events, organized a two-day ‘Pacific Dandiya Nights’ on 30th September and 1st October. The crowd turnout was approximately around 2500 Turning out to be a visual spectacle, 2500 people were recorded on live cameras, playing dandiyas, aping steps, and pulling off a synchronized dance at the Dandiya Nights.
On the first day of the event, a Uttarakhand-based band, named Swarrveda Band enchanted the audience with its fusion rock music blend with traditional beats. The audience, dancers, and visitors were drawn to the dance floor and danced heartily to the renditions of the band.
The dress code for Pacific Dandiya Night was ethnic wear and began in the late evening. The best-dressed couple won exciting prizes and vouchers. The Dandiya Nights was clubbed with foot-tapping music, DJ, Garba, mouth-watering food snacks, and crowd dancing which were almost a rarity during Covid-times. It was a chance occasion where people got to relive this.
Popular DJ Gouri was the star attraction of the second day. She performed live for the audience and floored them with groovy, peppy dance attenuations to enjoy and dance non-stop. One of the main leads and the crowd’s favorite was Raja Dholis. He performed for the audience on both days and the young generations described them as an ‘awesomesauce performer’.
Abhishek Bansal, Executive Director, Pacific Group, said, “Pacific Mall NSP graciously thanks everyone who joined the Dandiya Nights and made our efforts fruitful with their energetic presence. Pacific events are known for their vibrant, colorful, dramatic, and rambunctious presentation and this event was one of the illustrative examples of that. We are happy that we were able to succeed in the vision we set out to achieve and provide you with a wonderful experience.”