A music festival inspired by sustainable living and eco-friendly concepts, Echoes of Earth is the perfect way to spend your weekend.
All The Right Vibes
The first of its kind, Echoes of Earth is a music festival ecologically-crafted in every possible way. Were you disappointed about NH7 not happening in namma ooru? You won't be anymore! We're gearing up for a two-day event with over forty musicians, three stages designed entirely of recycled materials, on-site camping with like-minded people, all of it away from the bustling city centre. This festival has it all — crazy bass-drops, jazzy tunes to make you sway, something to get your freak on or just rock 'n roll all the way! In fact, we've already got our passes. Kicking off in the last weekend of November, we're psyched that it's eco-driven. That really seals the deal.
Pop, Lock & Groove
The lineup is a mix of homegrown and international artists mostly in the electronic, world music and rock genres. Artists and architects are meticulously putting the unique stages together. UK-based Submotion Orchestra and electronic artist Youngr, Beardyman's beatboxing and Alo Wala's sick beats are among the global acts taking centre stage. But we've got our eyes on our very own indie favorites — The F16s, Madboy/Mink, Nicholson, Soulmate and Peter Cat Recording Co. If that wasn't enough, they even have workshops and a pop-up museum showcasing lost folk and tribal ethno-musical instruments. You can also opt for the on-site camping for a complete experience. There are two-man and four-man tents available for hire.
Believe in the core cause? We do. So in support of the eco-enthusiasm, carpool to reduce your carbon footprint. Don't forget to carry your own water bottle that you can refill at the venue. Reduce, reuse, recycle- remember? So grab your passes before they run out and we'll see you there!
Students, there's plenty of special deals for you on the tickets.
When: November 26 and 27
Where: Embassy International Riding School, Tarunhunse Village, Bengaluru
Price: Tickets INR 2000 upwards, available here.
Find the event on Facebook here.
Photos: Echoes of Earth