Journey on Tour is not your average music show. Besides featuring a set deep house, tech and NuDisco by DJ Robby, it will also have the sounds of from a podcast. You read that right. Journey is Delhi-based Goos’s fortnightly radio show, and in just under three years, it has become the go-to podcast showcasing the best eclectic, deep and melodic sounds from artists across the world. WHERE: Puma Shuffle, 777/H 100ft Road, Indiranagar WHEN: 8pm, June 7 ENTRY: Free CALL: 8861433660 Street special A day-long pop-up will bring to you niche skater, sneaker and street brands as well as vintage pieces from Japan, US and Russia. As part of HCTour, you will also have the chance to sift through brands such as Supreme, Off White, Palace and Jordan. In store will also be a live sneaker art customisation, a live hip-hop set, panel discussions, designer cocktails and an after-party. WHERE: Social, Koramangala, 7th Block WHEN: 4pm, June 7 ENTRY: `500 (cover), Couple capers Watch the internationally acclaimed adult theatre comedy, The Open Couple, scripted by the late Dario Fo & Franca Rame. Starring Rubi Chakravarti and Rakesh Batram, it is directed by Ashish Sen. The play is a take on intimacy among couples. A couple getting on in their years find their relationship on the brink of no return when the husband suggests an open marriage, and his wife agrees. What follows is a laugh riot, a farce where roles are reversed. WHERE: Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Malleswaram WHEN: 7.30pm, June 7 TICKETS: `250 onwards, Epic learnings Few stories in the world are as intriguing as the Mahabharata, with its numerous plots and subplots and characters having strengths and flaws in equal measure. ‘Lesser known Tales from the Mahabharata’ is an endeavour by Aparna Jaishankar and Vikram Sridhar to recreate an interest in this epic through the lesser-known tales from them. WHERE: Atta Galatta, 5th Block, Koramangala WHEN: 7.30pm, June 7 TICKETS: `200, A show of identity Sixteen artists from different parts of Karnataka are displaying their works at a show called ‘Recur’. The artists include Anil Ijeri, Animisha, Arpitha T P, Bhimappa Pattar, Eshwar Pattar, Lingaraj C Kachapur, Ninganagouda Patil, Prasad K V, Rekha Krishnamurthy, Ramesh Chavan, Sameer Rao, Sandeep S, Sunil B V, Umashankar B E, Vandana Ijeri. The show highlights their interpretations of their cultural identity, irrespective of whether they are locals or migrants in the city. WHERE: Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, Kumara Krupa Road WHEN: 11am-6pm, June 7-11 CALL: 22261816 Album alert Groovemeister, a quintet from Bengaluru, released their first album called Everything Is Play last month and tonight they will treat you with those songs in a gig. As a band, they like to lace modern sounds with influences from contemporary jazz, blues, funk and soul. Catch their album launch show. WHERE: The BFlat Bar, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar WHEN: 9pm, June 7 ENTRY: `400, Step out and chill If watching an India-Australia cricket match is not exciting enough, add to it lots of chilled beer, a variety of food and close friends for company. You can expect this and more from the eighth edition of the Bangalore Mirror SteppinOut Food Festival, coming up on Sunday. Presented by Kingfisher Raddler, this edition will bring together many of city’s best restaurants, including Social, Sriracha, Byg Brewski, Smally’s Restocafe, The Waffle Press, Tuck Struck, Green Theory, Harima, One Day, Sweet Smith, Just Shawarma and Kyla, among others. And as no SteppinOut event is complete without fun and games, visitors can indulge in a wide array of activities and a massive bar by Hangover. Tied in with the millennial conscience, the event will be a plastic-free zone. WHERE: UB City, Vittal Mallya Road WHEN: 1pm, June 9 ENTRY: At the venue