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Music amidst nature at Enchanted Valley Carnival

Mumbai, Sep 7 : Enchanted Valley Carnival (EVC) Music Festival, scheduled to take place in Pune in December, will bring together music and nature lovers on one platform.


The camp-out festival, organised by entertainment enterprise Twisted Entertainment, will be spread across the lush green Aamby Valley City in Pune.

The three-day festival will kickstart Dec 6. It will bring almost 60 different artists. The Indian line-up of artists includes Lost Stories, Anish Sood, Indian Ocean, Raghu Dixit, Shaair and Funck, Dualist Inquiry and Swarathma.

The international musicians, who will be setting the stage on fire include names like Gabriel and Dresden, Jody Wisternoff, Umek, Super 8 and Tab, Matt Darey and Nastia.

If music and nature were not enough to set the mood of festival high, activities such as rock climbing, zorbing, kayaking, jungle safari and trekking will also hold up the interest of the people in attendance.

Young Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor is looking forward to the festival.

"I'm really excited about Enchanted Valley Carnival, especially seeing the line-up of artists. The uniqueness of this festival lies in the fact that there are other activities one could enjoy apart from the music," Arjun said during the launch of the festival here Friday.

The festival is organised with an aim to create a unique experience for music lovers.

"The Indian audience is always looking to explore something new and this gives us at Twisted Entertainment, the opportunity to create exciting properties. Our mission is to build, implement and provide unique experiences for the music enthusiasts," Asit Koticha, chief promoter, EVC, said in a statement.

--IANS (Posted on 07-09-2013)

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