After a successful first edition, Echoes of Earth Festival is coming back with its second edition in Bangalore on the 18 and 19th of November.
The Echoes of Earth is back with its second edition and has quite managed to keep up to its promise of a stellar lineup of international as well as Indian artists in its upcoming festival to be held on the 18th and 19th November in Bangalore.
Playing to the sounds of electronic live, soul, Indian fusion, jazz, techno, blues, reggae, rock, et al. artists like Emancipator (USA), Youngr (UK) , Hilight Tribe (FRA), Agents Of Time (ITA), Manu Delago (AUT), Thaalavattam (IND), Arjun Vagale (IND), Blot (IND), Prateek Kuhad (IND), The Jazz B’stards (IND), Sid Vashi (IND), Rishabh Seen and Band (KHOJ) (IND), Kutle Khan (IND), Generation ft. Esani Dey and Mohini Dey (IND), Komorebi (IND), Dreamstates (IND) and much more are all set add onto the grandeur of the event.
A unique celebration of music, arts, and culture, Echoes of Earth aims at showcasing ecological ideas and concepts to the larger festival audience and create awareness of an alternate way of life. A rather interesting fact about the entire festival is that it is largely produced using upcycled and recycled concepts which present themselves as large stages and installations. Not only will the two days fest experience some great music but also host workshops on music, wellness, and green lifestyle.
Talking about which Roshan Netalkar, festival director said, “Echoes of Earth is a showcase of great music from around the world to the Indian audience, which is evolving in its musical taste. At the same time, we want the festival to stand for something more. As you know, Music is a universal language and it brings communities together. At Echoes of Earth, we would like to use the power of communities to create awareness on sustainability, preservation and green living, which is need of the hour.”