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An electrifying carnival in Hyderabad

An electrifying carnival in Hyderabad
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Walking in to see people fling themselves off a high platform … that’s festival bungee for you. Just one of the many greeting cards, the Enchanted Valley Carnival provided for its many happy revellers. The village comprises the whole package: adventure, shopping, F&B, camping and of course, music, in its many different, adrenaline-pumping avatars.

Walking in to see people fling themselves off a high platform … that’s festival bungee for you. Just one of the many greeting cards, the Enchanted Valley Carnival provided for its many happy revellers. The village comprises the whole package: adventure, shopping, F&B, camping and of course, music, in its many different, adrenaline-pumping avatars.

While the flea market and the many food stalls and bars packed in visitors, the stages were where the party was at. Primed by the incredibly successful silent party the night before, music was the thread connecting the whole village. David Guetta … need we say more? The EDM superstar and headliner of day one flew in to weave his magic over a two- hour set and provided an electrifying set of “Memories” (yes, he played that track) to the thousand – strong crowd at Azbor stage. London-based songwriter Neev played an individualistic set with ingenious electronic styling before the genre busting hit maker took to stage.

David Guetta

But who were the amazing means to that stellar end? Solarstone, trance ace, blasted off with an arsenal of progressive hard-hitters to an ecstatic crowd at the stage. The stage had already been set to perfection by the beautiful Aruna and her enthralling, powerful voice.

Elsewhere, Alien Chutney at the Artemis stage provided their signature hilarious, on-point interactive set. They even did their own version of Swedish House Mafia a la Vir Das. Anish Sood and Lost Stories were pure high-octane energy playing an extended big-room journey which ended surprisingly, with a very welcome edit of Rage Against The Machine. Shaa’ir + Func – Monica Dogra like a beacon in silver and white – closed the live stage with funk, soul and melody.

Solarstone

Everything expected from the seasoned, hugely popular duo. Dualist Inquiry was right before them playing a set of his own productions with up-tempo electronic that had the ground shaking. And, that was just day one stage’s line-up. With Karan Bhoj, Vishal Shetty, Bullzeye, Chaab and Joshi at the after parties the music and merriment – EVC style – didn't stop till early morning.

Lost Stories and Anish Sood

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