One of the most sought for musical festivals of India is the Storm Festival organized at Coorg. Storm, is a festival that celebrates togetherness, companionship and a universal religion – Music.
It sounds a great idea to welcome the New Year in the Scotland of India, Coorg, in the lap of nature away from the city life with nothing but music and melodies amidst the bonfires and barbecues.
Date and Venue
31st December 2015 and 1st January 2016 at Mercara Downs Golf Club, Madikeri, Coorg
What makes Storm Festival of Coorg so Remarkable?
Well, as awesome as it sounds, it is even more enjoyable to witness this camp-out music festival yourself. You can enjoy some amazing symphonies of music in the lap of nature. Regardless of the genre, Storm Festival is sure to set your feet tapping to its beat. Does it not sound awesome to be surrounded by mist , wrapped up by the starry skies, with a cozy bonfire, some roasted marshmallows and amazing barbeques as music flows through your ears? If yes, make your plans now to visit this most coveted music festival with live performances of Fusion & Folk, EDM, Bollywood and Camp Jam.
Coorg is easily accessible from the main cities of Karnataka like Bangalore, Mysore and Mangalore.
Nearest domestic airport Mangalore (160 kms ) & nearest international airport is Bangalore (265kms)
There are K.S.R.T.C deluxe buses, which run daily from Bengaluru, Mysore and Mangalore.
Nearest raiway station is Mysore (95 kms away).
There are many accommodation options in Coorg , staring from luxury hotels , budget rooms to nature camps.
Bookings & Ticket
If you happen to visit Coorg, the coffee plantations of Coorg are something you ought to visit. Make sure you buy coffee from coffee estates. There are many beautiful monasteries, ancient temples, palaces and waterfalls in and around Coorg. Mysore, Bangalore and Coonoor are also interesting places to visit if you have enough time on hand.
Partying in the sunburn festival of Goa, or at some casino or disco is something many people look forward to, when the New Year approaches. Why don’t you try out something new this year, like the Storm Festival of Coorg with nature and campfires?