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Bangalore’s Very Own Homegrown Music Festival Is Back Again For A Second Innings

The ‘Echoes Of Earth’ music festival is back to blow minds with its second edition. After a successful first year that immediately garnered an enthusiastic audience in its first leg itself, the festival promises to be bigger and better, boasting of a stellar lineup. Those who are to be in Bangalore on 18th and 19th November, 2017 you will not want to miss this.  

Bangalore's Very Own Homegrown Music Festival Is Back Again For A Second Innings© Facebook/Beardyman at Echoes of Earth 2016

In its second edition this year, ‘Echoes of Earth’ is getting even closer to the pulse of great live music, promising a strong International and Indian line-up with sounds of Electronic live, Soul, Indian fusion, Jazz, Techno, Blues, Reggae, Rock etc. 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 & Band(Khoj) (IND), Kutle Khan (IND), Generation Ft. Esani Dey & Mohini Dey (IND), Komorebi (IND), Dreamstates (IND) and many more, will convene in the lap of 150 acres of sprawling nature – which serves as the perfect location for a truly unique music festival experience.  

Bangalore's Very Own Homegrown Music Festival Is Back Again For A Second Innings© Nilgiri Stage by artist Jordan Rakei

A convergence of music, arts and culture, ‘Echoes of Earth’, as the name suggests, is a celebration of the environment and a platform where artists and eco-conscious people can showcase their ecological ideas and concepts to the larger audience and create awareness of an alternate way of life. The entire festival is largely produced using upcycled & recycled concepts which present themselves as large stages and installations. In addition to great music, the two-day festival will also see workshops on music, wellness, and the green lifestyle. 

Bangalore's Very Own Homegrown Music Festival Is Back Again For A Second Innings© Echoes Of Earth Festival

Speaking to MensXP, Festival Director Roshan Netalkar said, “Echoes of Earth is a showcase of great music from around the world to the Indian audience, which is evolving in its music 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”.  

Tickets are available for sale on BookMyShow and start as cheap as Rs. 1,180. That gives you more than enough reason to attend the festival.

Photo: © Facebook/Echoes Of Earth (Main Image)

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