Ever heard of India’s greenest music festival-Echoes of Earth? This extremely new concept is the brainchild of Swordfish Events & Entertainment Pvt Ltd and Watson’s, who bring international musicians from different genres to Bangalore once a year. The entire venue is created only with recycled products and believe us, those are some of the most stunning pieces of art you would have ever laid your eyes on. From performance stages to the various installations, all are bio-degradable, and this undoubtedly is one of the most progressive ways of organizing a music festival. First, of its kind, Echoes of Earth respects sustainability and is always looking for ways to make the festival greener and eco-friendly.
The festival upholds the leave-no-trace policy and celebrates Mother Nature, great music, art, culture and a commits to the preservation of Earth. The pioneering spirit of the festival rests on the elements of ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ – using old, discarded, recycled and up-cycled media in the most unique and creative ways.
Echoes of Earth is back with its fourth edition on 7th and 8th December 2019 amidst the lush greenery of India’s Silicon Valley. This year’s edition will showcase noteworthy performances to the sounds of electronic, world fusion, underground techno and Indian folk music. The line up will include over 40 Indian and International artists performing on 4 uniquely designed stages celebrating one Earth.
This year, the festival aims to pay a tribute to endangered species around the world. A passionate effort to spread awareness amongst the youth on the importance of protecting these species is taken up through pre-event workshops, panel discussions, film screenings and interactive sessions in colleges based in Bangalore. For a hassle-free commute, book your Bangalore taxi here.
Bangalore is also popular for it’s lively pubs and bars. You can always explore some of the top sportbars when in Bangalore. So, mark your calendars to witness a one of a kind music festival that appreciates India’s musical heritage and also promotes a sense of community and concern for environmental sustainability. Let’s get more responsible through music. Don’t drink and drive.
Last Updated on September 10, 2020 by Harpreet Janeja