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Bangalore Experiences Music Like Never Before

Published: Monday, Oct 25, 2011,
Place: Bangalore | Agency: IBN Live

The power of music brings people from any generation, culture, caste, creed and age together. Be it in any form or genre, music unites everyone. The Storm pre-festival bash was celebrated on October 22 at Sutra. The opening sets was played by DJ Sash and DJ Chaz, after which DJ Pearl took over the console cranking up the sound system with phenomenal tunes, giving the crowd a taste of what is yet come during the Storm Festival.

DJ Pearl also gave away passes for the Storm Festival to a few lucky ones. The presence of well-known Djs like DJ Tuhin Mehta, DJ Inferno, the organisers LiquidSpace Entertainment, artist organisers Submerge and The Syndicate together with the music lovers of Bangalore made the night special.

Storm Festival is one of the most authentic annual 48 hour camp-out music festivals in India, to be held amidst a breath-taking 22 acre expanse of lush green natural setting, in Napoklu, Coorg.

A brain-child of Liquidspace Entertainment Pvt Ltd, Storm Festival will showcase an eclectic mix of dazzling electronic music and bands. The festival promises to stir up the urge in you to enjoy the music and the adventure. The festival will have multiple DJs from across the globe to keep your feet tapping and top bands from India to fill with different flavours of music. Enjoy the serene beauty of nature along with heart thumping music, adventure and camping experience to get you of the daily grind and mundane.

With a strong conviction towards preserving the environment, team-Storm takes the concept of responsible tourism experience” to a new level. With eco-friendly venues, a thoroughly enforced ‘no-plastic’ fun zone and innovative anti-pollution techniques, Storm Festival promises to fulfil the green-cause. The festival is a total “drug- free zone” and has a zero tolerance policy against those who breach it. The campsite and the concert area is surrounded by water on all three sides, which gives a serene feel and make you feel one with nature.


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