Super Early Bird Tickets For Magnetic Fields 2015 Now On Sale

10 August 2015

**Update: Super early bird tickets and Palace rooms for Magnetic Fields have sold out. Bedouin tents and a limited number of early bird tickets are still available at**

The wait is finally over. Magnetic Fields Festival has just announced the sale of its super early bird tickets for edition 3, 2015, set to take place from 18-20 December at Alsisar Mahal, Rajasthan. Details here.

The three-day festival passes are available at a special price of Rs 5,000 for a limited number of guests. Once the category sells out, prices for festival passes will increase to Rs 5,500 for (non-super) early birds and then to Rs 6,000.

Accommodation packages for palace rooms, luxury tents and pitch-your-own-tent are also available to book now. Please keep in mind that none of the accommodation packages include festival passes.

Magnetic Fields is probably the only festival in India that gives its attendees the option of really living like a king at Alsisar Mahal. You can book a room at the richly furnished, plush 17th century palace turned hotel for Rs 35,000 for three days, with the option of including an extra bed for Rs 6,000 (i.e., a group of four can live in luxury at a palace room for Rs 11,750 per head).

Camping options are also available for those who prefer living like nomads under open, starry skies (with the addition of cocktails and campfires to temper the cold). The Magnetic Fields team is giving some special love to the campsite this year, which will include its own lounge and Desert Oasis Disco stage.

The luxury tents are a great alternative to the palace rooms, and are available for Rs 20,000 for a two person tent, with extra beds available for Rs 5,000 (i.e. three people can share a tent for Rs 8,333 per head.)

Festival-goers also have the option of pitching their own tents at an early bird offer of Rs 3,250 per person. Those who choose to pitch their own tents will have access to the same lounge and stages as the rest of the campers.

The limited capacity festival promises to be the biggest yet with more stages, artists and interactive installations than ever before, all set against a backdrop of the beautiful 17th century Rajput palace under clear winter skies. Magnetic Fields was also recently featured under Mixmag’s list of ‘10 Breathtaking Festival Locations’.

Head over to to get your tickets. We suggest you hurry and book your super early bird festival passes and accommodation now before the offer closes. Follow Magnetic Fields on Twitter and Facebook for updates and more information.

Image credit: Meesha Holley


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