Bacardi EVC’ 15 adds four homegrown acts to their line up
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | October 20, 2015 | News
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Bacardi Enchanted Valley Carnival (EVC), one of the most popular camping music festivals is back this year on Dec. 18 to 20 at the Aamby Valley City, Pune. With global superstars Tiësto and Fatboy Slim confirmed as headliners, the festival promises to be the biggest and most exciting festival till date. The festival has further announced a stage programmed by Ferry Corsten featuring Alex Morph, Marco V & RAM, making it a one-of-a-kind multi-genre festival.
Adding Indian talent to the roster, Arjun Vagale, who has closed the festival after-party every year and put Indian dance music on the map will bring his intense and atmospheric techno sound to this edition. Madhav Shorey popularly known as 'Kohra' is the next in the UnMute Kin who has been making headlines all over the Indian Electronic dance music scene will be unleashing some wicked tunes along with 'Oozeundat' (Roan Sable & Sidhant Naren) - the duo who have surprised everyone with their collaborative journey at a young age and have taken over the Pune local scene to gain a massive fan base. The next artist is 'Sound Avtar' (Piyush Bhatnagar), who with his monstrous bass tracks is known as the man who made dubstep cool in India. These four sensations are deeply connected to their Indian roots and have greatly contributed to the Dance Music scene here in India.
Launched by Twisted Entertainment in 2013, Bacardi EVC has driven India’s music and festival scene to new heights with over 15,000 music and adventure aficionados being enthralled by over 100 renowned artists at the festival. In 2015, with a brand new identity, Bacardi EVC and Enchanted Village are the core initiatives of the joint venture between Universal Music Group and Twisted Entertainment in the music festival and camping adventure spaces, respectively.
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These artists are deeply connected to their Indian roots and have greatly contributed to the Indian dance music scenario.