Global music festival giant DGTL is back in Bengaluru with its much-anticipated third edition. With a power-packed line-up of local as well as international acts, the two-day festival will be held this weekend.
Known for its innovative stage designs, DGTL will see venues transform into impressive warehouse style industrial spaces. There will be four stages: Modular, Generator by Budweiser, Gain by Armani Exchange and Frequency.
A stellar line-up
The first wave artist line-up includes British- Canadian minimal techno proponent Richie Hawtin, popular Brazilian techno artist ANNA, Berlin-based techno powerhouse Patrick Mason, the dynamic Dutch electronic music group Tinlicker, Stuttgart-based DJ & producer Konstantin Sibold, Paris-based melodic techno artist ONYVAA and acclaimed afro-house selector Kilimanjaro, among others.
Besides these international acts, attendees can also anticipate the return of Indian acts such as Axl Stace, Likwid, and Deep Brown.
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The final wave artist lineup includes popular Berlin-based techno Dixon, Munich-based crowd favourite Innellea and Australian electronic artist Partiboi69, who is known for his ghetto house, miami bass, and Detroit techno genres. Completing the lineup will be Berlin-based DJ-Producer Sally C and Australia’s multi-talented DJ Juliet Fox.
Also expect some Indian electronica by the duo Tech Panda & Kenzani, a set by the popular Ankytrixx, Bullzeye with his mix of all forms of techno and house, and Bengaluru-based DJ Tasneem.
Immersive & sustainable
According to the organisers, DGTL is working towards becoming fully sustainable and 100 percent circular. This time, there will be a heavy emphasis on sustainability including resource management, food and energy consumption and sanitation.
Another highlight this time is Budweiser’s Brew District. It will feature attractions like an anamorphic bar, an AI prompt station, besides stations for piercings, tattoos, and more.
Date: 17 & 18 November
Venue: The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru