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Celebrating Mother Nature, great music, art, culture and a commitment to the preservation of Earth is the promise that Bangalore’s Echoes of Earth makes to its audience. Touted as India’s greenest music festival, Echoes of Earth is back with its fourth edition on 7th and 8th December, 2019. Nestled among the lush greenery of Bangalore, the festival celebrates the unification of music, arts and culture like never before.
The foundations of the festival rests on the pillars of reduce, reuse and recycle which is evident in the large stages and other installations. First of its kind, Echoes of Earth has sustainability at its core and is always looking for ways to make the festival greener.
This year’s edition will showcase passionate performances to the sounds of electronic, world fusion, underground techno and Indian folk music. The line up will include over 40 Indian and International artistes performing on 4 uniquely designed stages celebrating one Earth.
With an aim to spread a larger message of preservation and conservation of Earth, the theme for this year’s festival is ‘Sanctuary’. The festival this year plans to pay a tribute to endangered species around the world. Through pre – event workshops, panel discussions, film screenings and interactive sessions in colleges based in Bangalore, the festival intends to create awareness amongst the youth about the importance of protecting these species. One can even spot lion-tailed macaque, the gharial, the jeypore gecko and one-horned rhino at the pre events and the festival. So, mark your calendars to witness the love for India’s musical heritage and a deep commitment to the sustenance and preservation of Earth.
When – 7th and 8th December, 2019
Entry – Early bird tickets at INR 1,770
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