The GoMAD Festival: An experience of music, art, and dance returns to Ooty
The GoMAD Festival, 2018 invites you to the mesmerising hills of Ooty for a two-day festival showcasing an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary performances crossing cultures and genres. Brought to you by UrbanOwl Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, the festival will be hosted amidst the lush green locales of the Ferrnhills Royale Palace, the former palace of the Mysore Maharajas, on 26th & 27th January, 2018.
The hills of Ooty will once again echo with the sounds of nature, music and dance. Spread over 44 acres of lush greens, with 28 world class artists, food-trucks, a food court, a bar in the woods, a play area for kids and a range of workshops - the 2018 edition of the GoMAD Festival promises to be full of excitement showcasing the best of talent live. GoMAD Festival places a huge emphasis on leaving a positive impact on the environment. A camping experience will be provided at the venue for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts, where outdoor tents would be available at the Festival location with access to basic amenities. This can be further explored at the ticketing portals on gomadfestival.com, Bookmyshow and Insider.
The 2018 lineup features some sensational artists such as: When Chai Met Toast, Jeremiah Ferrari (UK), Dhruv Visvanath, Aritmija (Slovenia-Indo Fusion), Suraj Mani and the Tattva trip, Peepal Tree, Tanya Nambiar and many more.
The Festival will also have a Flea Market called the ‘MAD Flea’ that will provide a platform for creative people to showcase their work and sell their products.
“Our passion to promote the live scene in India and the quest to bring together indigenous and international artists has taken us over the years to present a one-of-its-kind live music experience in India. GoMAD 2018 is all about music, dance and fun, at the same time providing an outdoors camping experience for the adventure seekers and nature lovers. The festival is also an ideal spot to hone up one’s skills through a handful of workshops arranged within the festival premises.” – Sanjit George, Festival Director
GoMAD invites one and all to submerge in music and dance, and discover various art-forms and culture through the performance of the indigenous tribes of the Nilgiris to the talented hand-picked artists across the global concert scene.