Storm music fest spreads wings, may go abroad
Coorg (Karnataka): After two successful editions in the misty landscape of Napoklu here, the Storm Music Festival might become a bi-annual affair, and one edition each year may even take place in international shores, says one of the festival directors.
The event could happen in Coorg itself, but at a different location here, said Lavin Uthappa, managing director of Liquidspace Entertainment, the organisers of the two-day music fest.
Talking about the plans, Uthappa said: "We are not really keeping the same venue next year. The person who has given us the place is into tea plantation, so obviously he would think about himself too.
"We have seen about seven locations in Coorg, also spoke to other states which have the facility of managing a music fest. It could also be in the north region, and of course, if we get offers from international market, we might end up doing one in India and another one abroad."
The event is a mélange of adventure, camping, ecological awareness, late night campsite jams and handpicked music from across the world.
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