The festival is heading to Bangalore and it’s going to be really good.
Echoes of Earth is India’s first venture into ecologically-crafted music festivals. This will be the first time that such a eco-friendly festival will take place in the country and it’s definitely going to be a memorable one.
The festival has announced its artist line-up and is keen on emphasising on the topic of sustainable lifestyle. Over 40 national and international artists will be taking over three different stages at the venue on the 26th and 27th of November in the city of Bangalore and it’s going to be one that is both mysterious and interesting.
The impressive line-up includes Submotion Orchestra, Youngr, Franca, Alo Wala, Jordan Rakei, Sitarsonic, The Ska Vengers, Zokhuma, Madboy/Mink, Talvin Singh and many more!
It will also feature various workshops on music, wellness and the green lifestyle. Another special feature will be Vadya Vithika, a museum dedicated to the rare and lost tribal and folk instruments of music, those which have been pushed behind the current growth of techno sounds and digitisation. A collection of artists will also display art and other installations which will be created using the principles of recycling and up-cycling.
It’s a great way for people to come together and pay their respect to the environment. After all, it has been the most integral part of all our lives. Plus it’s also pet friendly! So get your pooches along for the fun in the 150 acre land at the Embassy International Riding School in Bangalore.
Tickets for the same are available for both the days separately or together along with student concessions for the same. Camping tickets are being sold separately here. You can also volunteer for the festival and make sure to abide by the rules.
For any additional information, check out their website and watch our space for more information.