Archive for the ‘Kitty Su swag’ Category

You'd think a sit-down with Kitty Su's founder Mr. Keshav Suri would be intimidating. After all, its not an easy job to commence Kitty Su Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kitty Su Pleasuredome, pop-ups and win the 'Best Nightclub' Award in each of these cities! But Keshav has always been the party starter and if you're accompanying him to the dance floor, be prepared for the craziest night of your life! I have to introduce the man and brains behind your favorite nighttime haven – Kitty Su! .. Continue reading »
Sander van Doorn is one of the world’s influentially popular DJ/Producers in dance music with excellence in production and performance, a stronghold in dance music, a generation defining artist, reshaping our perception of what dance music can be and doing it all with a Sander Van Doorn-smile. Two albums, hit-singles, remixes of the worlds biggest artists, a record label ‘Doorn Records’ and a weekly radio .. Continue reading »
Can I get a KISS please? We are super excited to welcome back DJ Kiss for another hip swinging, fist-pumping Saturday night! After opening for HUGE names like Drake, Chris Brown, Estelle, 50 Cent, Ryan Leslie to name a few, he’s back to make the rooms buzz at Kitty Su. And most certainly, he’s our clear favorite! Playing at after-show parties all around the world from France to Brazil, he really knows how to make the crowd move. He’s successfully seduced a broad and demanding audience an.. Continue reading »
We take the phrase “starting the new year with a BANG” very seriously! After having rocked Delhi’s socks off for over 3 years, Kitty Su is opening shortly at the Lalit Hotel in Chandigarh and Mumbai. Both the new clubs, true to the Kitty Su philosophy, will be a fusion of music, fun, fashion and of course, lots of cocktails. Similar to Kitty Su New Delhi, the rooms will be brought alive through their décor. Come experience an artistic exploration of the past and present that has been beau.. Continue reading »
  Back in the 80s and 90s almost every kid and adult grew up listening to music on their walkman or stereo via plastic rectangular music tape case called a 'cassette'. Swapping cassettes with friends or going to music shops to hunt for the latest album releases, there are too many sweet memories attached to this small plastic music storage thing. Using a wooden pencil to rewind (or fast forward) the music.. Continue reading »