DGTL, the prominent global music and arts festival is bringing to India for the first time ever, music, art, and sustainable projects for a unique celebration, exploration and discovery of global and local (Indian) talent. Hosting performances from legendary artists and emerging talent from across the world, DGTL will take place on the weekend of January 11-12th, 2020 at The Lalit Ashok in Bengaluru.
DGTL Bengaluru 2020 in association with Budweiser has today revealed its final line-up of artists. For tickets visit this link: http://blr.dgtl.nl/mydgtl/insider/
DGTL Bengaluru’s line-up marks a strong presence on the Indian festival circuit with the following international artists set to hit India in January: Berlin-based techno duo Pan-Pot, multi-talented percussionist, songwriter and producer Youngr, Portuguese electronic musician Trikk, DJ, producer and Label Manager Anetha, a key part of Serbia’s music scene Tijana T, young and coming producer based in Berlin Kevin de Vries, making the best Boogie, New Jack Swing, Instru Hip-Hop and House Krystal Klear, the unrestrained duo Innellea, Dutch producer and DJ known for his electronic dance music Eelke Kleijn, and spewing out house-natured tunes from Singapore Cats on Crack.
This curated list of international artists complements the previously announced diverse line-up that includes leading names in music, such as Sven Väth, HVOB [Live] [Clubset], Red Axes, Skatebård, Molly, DAX J, Job Jobse, Oshana, Roza Terenzi, and Adam Rahman.
In addition to the international line-up are Indian acts recognised internationally for their experiments with electronic sounds. Joining the list of international artists are homegrown stalwarts, the pioneer of techno in India Arjun Vagale, powerhouse of electronic music Blot!, forward-thinking DJ/ Producer Kohra, Indian DJ, record producer and remixer SEQU3l, multifaceted musician based out of Mumbai Likwid, Hyderabad-based electronic producer Murthovic, homegrown heavyweight Praveen Achary, and combining eclectic sensibilities with progressive electronic sounds Mumbai-based Sandunes.
“DGTL is characterized by it’s balanced musical programming. Both international headliners, local talents and interesting live-acts are featured on our Bengaluru event, and visitors can expect to catch acts they love in addition to a festival programming which has a high production value, with impressive stage designs, various innovative and sustainable solutions and art installations served as part of our visual aesthetic. We like to show our audiences that we can organize a festival at a global level where everybody has a good time, and at the same time limit the impact on the environment, “ said Gerke de Groot (Director – DGTL).
In addition to celebrating music and the experimental arts, DGTL is a space for experimentation and exploration of revolutionary sustainability projects. Like most forward thinking festivals, DGTL is highly aware of its environmental impact and has one very clear goal; to become the world’s first circular festival in 2020. DGTL aims to be the most sustainable festival on the planet and invests heavily in reducing carbon footprint.
Over the years, DGTL has made an impact on the global sustainable festival landscape, and earlier this year it received the International Greener Festival Award for the work it has done thus far.
From industrial to modular to recycled, art projects at DGTL are an integral part of the overall concept and festival identity. DGTL Bengaluru will curate a wide variety of conceptual art showcases and installations from local artists to engage visitors, creating an unparalleled festival experience from which people can derive something extra.
Budweiser DGTL Bengaluru Details
Date: 11-12 January 2020
Location: The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru
Time: 01:00 PM – 01:00 AM