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Peace One Day Festival on September 20 & 21

Sep 19, 02:50pm

The second edition of the Peace One Day festival in India is to be hosted on September 20 and 21 in New Delhi; bringing together a host of international and local electronica acts.

The second edition of the Peace One Day festival is set to be held on September 20 and 21, bringing together a host of international musicians together for the two-day festival celebrating the World Peace Day, i.e. September 21. The first day will be held at I Kandy, Pullman Hotel in Gurgaon; with a lineup including electronica artists like Israel-based psychedelic trance act Vibe Tribe, French progressive/psy-trance act Bionix, Delhi-based house/techno duo Bass Pilots, and many more. Day 2 of the festival will be held at The Lodi Garden Restaurant in New Delhi, featuring electronic guru Karsh Kale, and Delhi-based acoustic/experimental act Suchet.

The Peace One Day Festival’s objective is to institutionalize World Peace Day (September 21), making it a day that is self-sustaining, an annual day of global unity, and a day of inter-cultural cooperation on a large scale; spreading peace through music.

Day 1 Line up                                      

Vibe Tribe (Israel) 

Lyctum (Serbia)

Bionix (France)

Slytrance (Australia)

Bass Pilots (Delhi)

Viruslab (Delhi)

Vaeya (Delhi)

Dual Drive (Mumbai)

Day 2 Line up

Karsh Kale (USA / India)

Suchet (India)

Buy tickets for each day online.

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