The 5th edition of India’s Greenest Music Festival 'Echoes of Earth' to take place in Bangalore
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | October 12, 2022 | News
India's Greenest Music Festival Echoes of Earth Cirlce of Life
The fifth edition of India’s Greenest Music Festival 'Echoes of Earth' will make a grand return on December 3rd and 4th at Embassy Riding school, Bangalore. With inventive stages created from upcycled material to curating eclectic music genres that are known to bring together a new-age listening audience, the festival is set to bring back the essence of conscious lifestyle events that promotes mindfulness, sustainability and an alternate, circular lifestyle.
Over the last 6 years, the festival has significantly decreased its carbon footprint through initiatives such as solar-powered stages, no plastic zones, sapling drives and responsible waste disposal and reduction systems.
Circle of Life brings together over 4o local and international talents that are shaping the future of unique global sounds. Converging on these stages are rising international acts such as The Yussef Dayes Experience, Kerala Dust, Dauwd and Henry Saiz and Band presents Moonshine Wolves to riveting local acts leading the Indian music community such as Anyasa, Hanumankind, T.ill Apes and more.
Roshan Netalkar, festival director and pioneer in sustainable lifestyle events, said, “Circle of Life is a concept that has been under works for years now. It mainly focuses on living life in moderation. We aim to rethink the use of our natural resources and to be mindful of the life that exists around us. This year’s festival hopes to elevate the experience we have created in the past through conversations, education, circular design that also encourages the recycling of our past year assets and finally to move towards becoming a carbon negative festival.”
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This year’s theme is centered around the Circle Of Life and the platform is showcasing the spirit of five of India's most notable ecosystems through music, art, and stirring tales of how conservation.