The 4th edition of Echoes Of Earth – India’s greenest music festival – is here and this means a lot.
When you think of an ecological environment, a music festival is the last image that will crop up in your head. But, Echoes Of Earth is not just any music festival. Through its past three editions, the festival has continued to hold true to being the greenest music festival in India. And this edition is no different. Scheduled to take place on the 7th and 8th of December, 2019 in Bengaluru, you can be a part of this happy green revolution by getting your passes right here. Johnnie Walker is the title sponsor for the festival and they will be offering something exciting for brunch on the second day of the festival. Read on to know more.
Here are a few things to take note:
1) Can You Really Afford To Miss A Line-Up This Good
No music festival is complete without an artist line-up that can pull the crowd right up to the stage. This edition is bringing international names like Acid Paulii, Fakaer, Shigeto Live Ensemble, Squarepusher, Daniel Waples & Flavio Lopez, La P’Tite Fumee, Sarathy Korwar, Natasha Diggs, Maksim Dark, (((O))), Ana Lilia, Viken Arman, Garden City Movement, as well as Indian artists such as Prabh Deep, The Soul, Lifafa, Jitter, Thaalavattam, Kavya x Chaz, Stalvart John, Tasnneem, Alina, Project Mishram and many more.
2) Theme – The Sanctuary
The festival has joined hands with Nat Geo Wild as their wildlife partner and will be themed around ‘The Sanctuary’. The theme will be highlighted through larger than life installations and never seen before stage designs. The Nat Geo zone at the festival will have informative activities for children. The festival also has a running campaign – #TheAnimalinYou and it encourages attendees to ‘dress their wildest’ to the festival and stand a chance to win Echoes merchandise.
3) An Environment Built From Recycled And Upcycled Concepts
Coming back to little things that make the festival a clean and green place to spend a happy two days, 80% of the festival is going to be produced using recycled and upcycled concepts which will take shape into larger than life stages and installations.
4) Sustainability Above Everything Else
There are going to be workshops, activities and initiatives held to educate people on ways to transform their lives to a greener one. The festival team will also ensure that the festival stays plastic-free and that waste is responsibly segregated, which means it’s our job to make sure that we play by the rules. The festival will also have free drinking water stations around the festival to refill your reusable water bottles. Continuing with the solar powered stage this year, the festival will be expanding its solar power plans to more areas.
5) Dine With The Famous
The festival will also host an exclusive Sunday brunch with artists on the second day of the festival. You can purchase tickets for the same here. This brunch will be hosted in an open green surrounding and will include gourmet food from the Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel as well as delectable highball cocktails by Johnnie Walker.