Storm is back - for music lovers!
New Delhi: Adventure, camping, ecological awareness, late night campsite jams and handpicked music from across the world - the second edition of Storm Music Festival, to be played out at picturesque locales of Coorg, is set to be a treat for music lovers.
The two-day fest is scheduled to start Feb 1 in the misty landscape of Napoklu in Coorg.
More than 12 bands, 16 Indian disc jockeys and five international names performed in front of an audience of over 2,500 at the festival venue last year. This year, more people are expected as over 45 artists have already been lined up, according to a statement from the organisers.
The Storm festival, a first-of-its-kind camp-out music festival, is expected to witness a melange of bands, singers, songwriters as well as electronica artists from the country and abroad across four stages.
The fest will go beyond music, with workshops on farming and yoga. The festival also stands firm on its `No Drugs` policy.
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