India’s Greenest Music Festival Is Back In Bengaluru With Artists From All Over The Globe

by Suchismita Pal
India’s Greenest Music Festival Is Back In Bengaluru With Artists From All Over The Globe

India’s greenest music festival, Echoes of Earth, is back in Bengaluru with a spectacular line-up of artists from all over the globe. It is a one-of-its-kind music festival that uses creative ways to communicate how to live and enjoy sustainably. This year, the festival’s theme is ‘Circle of Life’.

Echoes of Earth 2022 will feature artists from the UK, Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, Switzerland and other nations, along with performers from the Indian music community. It will take place in Bengaluru’s Embassy Riding school on December 3 and 4. Read on to know more.

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Artists From The UK, Germany, Australia And More Will Perform At Echoes of Earth Music Festival

The mind-boggling music, the stupendous art installations and the energetic vibe at the festival will bowl you over. The artist line-up includes around 40 global and local performers, including UK-based bands like The Yussef Dayes Experience, The Turbans and Kerala Dust. Artist Tara Lily from the UK will also be performing at the fest. Indian bands and artists performing at the festival include The Lojal Experience, Many Roots Ensemble, Unnayanaa, T.ILL Apes, Hanumankind and Anyasa.

The line-up will also include L’eclair from Switzerland, Dauwd from Germany, Eelke Kleijn from Australia, Zeitgiest Freedom Energy Exchange from Australia, and Vieux Farka Touré from Mali. The festival ground will surely turn into a paradise for music enthusiasts on these two days.

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The Theme ‘Centre Of Life’ To Highlight India’s Five Remarkable Ecosystems

Some noteworthy aspects of the festival include solar-powered stages, waste reduction systems, zero-plastic zones and the aim to reduce carbon footprint. The festival’s theme, “Circle of Life,” will use music, art, and captivating stories to highlight the essence of India’s five remarkable ecosystems.

Are you ready for the eco-conscious extravaganza?

Where: Embassy Riding school, 149/223, Tarunhunse Village, next to Stone Hill International School, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562157

When: December 3 and 4

Website: Here

Tickets: Here

Feature Image Credits: Unsplash and Echoes of Earth/Instagram