With less than a month to go until the second edition of Echoes of Earth Festival, its time you get planning your trip to the ”Garden City” already! 

Yes, after a stellar and remarkable edition last year, weren’t the echoes of Bangalore’s own, Echoes Of Earth music festival heard far and wide?! We all saw and heard what a phenomenal debut edition the festival had last year. While we weren’t just done reminiscing the experience that it was, the festival is already on the road to drop its second edition on 18-19th November, this year. Yes, we know that’s just around the corner, so we suggest you read on below and get planning your next festival right now!

1. Who’s Playing?!

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The final lineup features an eclectic mix of sounds from genres as diverse as electronic live, soul, Indian fusion, jazz, techno, blues, reggae, rock, psy and more. Echoes Of Earth is bound to be a sonic wonder across its 4 magnanimous stages.

2. Tickets

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Well, if you’ve stopped to read about the tickets, that means you haven’t already got them! Which in turn means, you sir/madam, have let us down! Fret not! The tickets haven’t sold out yet, but are guaranteed to sell out soon. You can still purchase a Regular Day Pass for INR 2360 + booking fees, or opt for a Regular 2-day pass for only INR 3540 + booking fees.

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Get your tickets here.

3. Getting There

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Being a fairly familiar and local city in India, getting to Bengaluru aka ”The Garden City”, is scenic and hassle-free. We list out a round-trip airfare from the most common metropolitan cities, via Skyscanner, below. All costs are subject to change with time.


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The Locals

Bengaluru, formerly known as Bangalore, is a vibrant city, full of culture and a bustling nightlife. A large chunk of their population is comprised of youngsters and college kids. The magnetic response to last year’s debut edition of Echoes Of Earth festival was testimony to the support and culture that Bengaluru inculcates and promotes.

It would take a person living in the heart of Bengaluru, i.e. Indira Nagar, approximately an hour to travel to the venue. Just like last year, Echoes Of Earth will be taking place on the grounds of Embassy International Riding School, Bengaluru. Bangi-peeps, we’re counting on you to be there!

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Once you land at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, getting to the venue is fairly simple and easily accessible. If you so wish, there are Ola and Uber booths available at the airport from where you can avail a cab that will take you to the venue for INR 500 in about half an hour.

4. Accommodation

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Stay at comfortable and affordable hotels that are a hop-skip away from the festival venue. Surrounding Embassy International Riding School are multiple options to choose from, that ensure a relaxed time and a whole day ahead filled with music and a lot more. Airbnb lists out a wide range of comfortable, affordable, and nearby stay options that you just can’t say no to! The average price for a night near the venue is approx INR 1000.

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5. Food & Beverages

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Serving up a varied selection of dishes, Echoes Of Earth ensures a great culinary mix put together by the finest chefs in Bengaluru. Their ideology lies in serving food with an earth to earth focus and in proving that healthy food too can be delicious! Food & Beverage expenditure should cost upto INR 1500 approx, on an average. 

6. Overall Expense

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Considering the above rates and assuming that thou shall be smart and get booking right away, here’s how much your entire trip will cost you.

Well, now that you know that it isn’t going to be that hard on the pocket as you’d expected, are you ready to experience one of India’s most sought after festival experiences this year?

If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, buy them here.

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