Spread across 150 acres of green vistas, Echoes of Earth is the epicenter of artistic convergence. The fest will be held at Embassy International Riding School, Bengaluru, on November 18th and 19th. Now in its second edition, the fest is getting even closer to the pulse of great live music. Follow the music into the wilderness, into the lap of everything as pure as the art we love. All together in the lap of nature – which serves as the perfect location to have a truly unique music festival experience that is unlike any other.
Organized by Watsons, Swordfish and Krunk, the lineup is a beautiful mix of multiple genres. The festival will see over 40+ international and Indian artists and musicians come together to display their aural wares and artistic expressions. The 4 stages will host talents like Arjun Vagale, BLOT, Prateek Kuhad, The Jass B'stards, Emancipator and even Hilight Tribe, amongst numerous others.
It will also feature workshops conducted on music, wellness, and the green lifestyle. Another hallmark of Echoes of Earth will be the museum of lost instruments – a celebration of musical tools of yore that have come to be lost and buried under the digital mass that they've come to make their habitat today. At Echoes of Earth, architects and artists from the world over will collaborate to showcase their art using solely their skills, and the practices of upcycling and recycling.
Let's hear it in the words of the festival director himself, Roshan Netalkar, who says, “Echoes of Earth is a celebration of music, nature, and design. A festival that celebrates music from around the world with a focus on the environment and sustainable living. Our endeavor is to reduce, reuse, recycle, and upcycle. Throughout the festival, you will witness ecological approaches and practices at play, made possible by adopting the most sustainable means of construction, energy and waste management. Echoes of Earth welcomes those with similar aspirations and dreams to join this endeavor to create a better tomorrow, all the while appreciating and enjoying our biggest gift to the Earth yet – music.”
Well, need we say more? Go ahead and book your tickets!
Images Source: Echoes of Earth Facebook Page.