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Magnetic Fields Festival 2014 Lineup Announced

The second edition of the multi-genre music festival will feature Paris-based dream pop artist Dream Koala, Spanish electronica producer BeGun, Mumbai singer-songwriter Nicholson and more

Rolling Stone India
Rolling Stone India Oct 10, 2014
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The second edition of the Magnetic Fields Festival will return to the 17th century palace-turned-hotel Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan on December 13th, 14th and 15th.

Magnetic Fields’ debut run last year featured a range of genres including folk, electronica, and alternative rock  and artists such as Berlin-based producer Robot Koch, London dubstep producer V.I.V.E.K., electronica artist Charanjit Singh, among others.

Like last year, the festival grounds will be divided into two stages –  the North stage (night stage) and the South stage (day stage). So far, this year’s lineup includes artists such as Paris-based dream pop artist Dream Koala, Spanish electronica producer BeGun, London bass producer My Panda Shall Fly, German techno artist Pawas, singer-songwriter Graciela Maria, among others. Additional international and Indian acts, along with tickets details, are yet to announced. In addition to the music, the festival will also feature yoga sessions, secret parties scattered across the venue and the chance to meet and interact with the artists.

 

Magnetic Fields Festival 2014 Lineup

  • Dream Koala
  • My Panda Shall Fly
  • Flava D
  • Pawas
  • DJ Vadim
  • Zahed Sultan
  • Graciela Maria
  • DJ MoCity
  • Dualist Inquiry
  • Monica Dogra
  • Bhavishyavani Future Soundz collective featuring M Mat, Loopkin and Spacejams,
  • Nischay Parekh + Jivraj Singh
  • Pinknoise
  • Nicholson
  • Soulspace
  • Curtain Blue
  • Begum
  • BassFoundation Roots
  • Hoirong
  • Sulk Station
  • Until We Last
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Dates: December 13th – 15th, 2014
Tickets: Rs. 5000 [ Early bird tickets: Rs. 4000]

More details here.

 

Watch a recap of last year’s edition, set to “Earth” by Dream Koala:

 

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