Locals District, India’s none-of-its-kind music festival, is back with its 4th edition. A three-day open-air boutique techno music festival, Locals District returns this year at a new location, a heritage property based in Alwar, Rajasthan.
Spread over 72 hours, Locals District is India’s only boutique techno music festival, held in a heritage property, where people come together to live as a community to experience it. With 40 plus artists from different parts of the country and globally, Locals District has been designed to deliver world-class music and an unmatched visual experience.
“We like to stick to heritage properties in Rajasthan to be able to deliver a deeper underlying meaning to the festival venue while our efforts are always directed towards pushing underground music and art and supporting an artistic evolution for everybody involved. Over the years, we’ve witnessed a lot of Indians attending festivals internationally. Many people from abroad attend our festival, showcasing to the world how rich our culture is while introducing India to world-class music and sound quality. I think it’s time that people come to India for the same.” says Vijay, Locals District Festival Founder/Director.
The last three editions of the festival saw them firmly registering themselves as one of the most forward-thinking music festivals in the country. Returning after two years due to the pandemic, the festival predicts much larger numbers of attendees. Having already sold out its Early Bird passes, the festival has launched its Phase 1 tickets which too are selling away fast. According to the festival team, each year, the focus is to evolve and provide a better experience to our guests.
“With each edition, we endeavor to elevate the quality of music without submitting to mainstream demands. In addition to cutting-edge techno music, we also want to create unforgettable experiences for festival goers through on-ground participative activities, GINZA, our boutique flea market, and selective food experiences,” says Sonia Sekhri, the festival’s co-founder.