Magnetic Fields Tickets Now On Sale + New Video

15 October 2014

Big news, Bedouins - tickets for Magnetic Fields 2014, which will take place between 12 and 14 December this year are now available for purchase on, with a special early bird discount for those who signed up to our newsletter.

We’ve also put up a shiny new video, created by the talented Sachin Pillai, that reimagines the magical nights of the 2013 edition of the festival. The Magnetic Fields 2014 video depicts the colourful, visually stunning starry nights and beautiful people at Alsisar Mahal and features the fantastic track ‘Earth’ by one of our headliners - prodigious French producer, Dream Koala.

This year, Magnetic Fields will provide a range of accommodation for every budget. You can choose to live like kings and queens in the decadent palace rooms, or like a true nomad, under the stars and in the dunes with the ‘Rent a Tent’ and ‘Pitch Your Own Tent’ options. Luxury tents for 2 and 3 people are also available. The accommodation does not include the festival passes, which can be bought separately.

To get your accommodation and passes booked, head over to our website. For updates and further information, follow Magnetic Fields on Facebook and Twitter.

All the details you need are posted below the Magnetic Fields 2014 video. The prices given cover all 3 nights of the festival.

Ticket Info:

General: Rs 5,000
Early Bird: Rs 4,000 (for those who signed up to the newsletter)

Accommodation options (not including festival passes)

Palace (Including breakfast)
2 person: Rs 35,000 (Rs 17,500 per person)
Rs 6,000 for extra bed.

Royal Bedouin Tents:
2 person: Rs 20,000 (Rs 10,000 per person)
Rs 5,000 for extra bed.

Pitch Your Own Tent:
Rs 2250 per person

Rent a tent (we'll pitch it for you and also provide sleeping bags and roll mats):
2 person tent: Rs 9,000 (Rs 4,500 per person)
3 person tent: Rs 13,500 (Rs 4,500 per person)
4 person tent: Rs 16,000 (Rs 4,000 per person)
6 person tent: Rs 18,000 (Rs 3,000 per person)

Words: Diya Gupta
Image Credit: Sachin Soni


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