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Press Release |  25 Nov 2015 11:59 |  By RnMTeam

Bacardi Enchanted Valley Carnival announces their line up for Day 1 of the festival

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MUMBAI: With less than a month to go for the largest camping music festival in the country, BEVC (Bacardi Enchanted Valley Carnival) announces the day wise schedule of the line up. Out now is the line up for 18 December, 2015 programmed for fans from around the globe.

This year BEVC introduces brand new stage identities. BEVC will host different stages that bring together the tribe- Cosmos, Pyro, Akva, Terra and Aero. Just as the four universal elements come together to form the cosmos, the stages have been divided both visually and sonically to represent five sub cultures and tribes, each representing different genres of music.

Introducing hardstyle for the first time at a festival in India, Noisecontrollers and Bass Modulators will be making their debut at the Cosmos Stage along with Indian Dubstep artists Nucleya and Sound Avatar who have become crowd favorites in a very short span of time.

This year for the first time, BEVC has allied with one of the leading labels globally to launch a stage programmed by Armada in India. Thomas Gold, Ben Gold, Omnia and Ruben De Ronde will be breaking it down at the Pyro stage for all Trance lovers. Currently one of the biggest names and most in demand producers in the international psy-trance circuit today, Avalon will be making his way to the festival at the Akva stage featuring Soma Project.

Live at Saavn, which is a new addition to the festival will feature acts like Laxmi Bomb, Pratyul Joshi and Dhruv Visvanath to enthral campers with some captivating sounds at the Terra stage.

Taking it to the next level, our homegrown talent will get you grooving with their gripping music. Belting out some progressive Trance at the Aero stage will be Arsh, Sunglider and Starling on the first day of the official After Party at Aamby Valley City.

With such a massive line-up covering major genres of music, BEVC seems to be kick starting the festival in a bigger way than ever.

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