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Echoes Of Earth 2023 Closes At A Resounding Success

This year, the festival witnessed an incredible turnout of 23,000 over the weekend, not only from Bengaluru but also from various corners of the country

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The echoes of music, art, and sustainability resonated loud and clear at the Echoes of Earth 2023 music festival, held on 2 and 3 December, 2023. This year, the festival witnessed an incredible turnout of 23,000 over the weekend, not only from Bengaluru but also from various corners of the country, coming together to celebrate the harmony of music and sustainability.

One of the highlights of the event was the positive response to our eco-conscious initiatives, particularly the stunning art installations and stages crafted entirely from recycled materials sourced from junkyards. Festival-goers were captivated by the creativity and resourcefulness displayed, proving that art can thrive even in the most unexpected places.

The musical extravaganza featured performances by renowned artists such as Len Faki from Germany, three-time Grammy Award winner Tinariwen from Mali, Jitvam (US/India), Mezerg (France), Parra for Cuva (Germany), Mansur Brown (UK), 8 Kays (Ukraine), Sid Sriram (US), and Giant Swan (UK), among others. The diverse lineup showcased a fusion of global talent, offering an unforgettable experience for all music enthusiasts.

This year, the story continues with thechapter in Goa on 2 – 3 February 2024, promising another edition of mind-blowing music & art, sustainable initiatives, and responsible celebration. 



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