Five-day festival Echoes from Agartha has announced its line-up for the event’s return, which kicks off on June 29 through July 3.
Alongside the music, festival attendees can take in the historic landscape surrounding them - the Cappadocia region - formed 60 million years ago, and now recognised as a Unesco World Heritage site.
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There’s plenty of other activities for the festival goers to indulge in too: horseback riding, hot air balloon rides, tasting Turkish cuisine, ceramics making and cave exploration are all on offer for those who have a ticket.
On the note of hot air balloon rides – there’s even the opportunity to attend an afterparty in one.
"Echoes from Agartha is more than just a festival: it’s a transformative experience that is designed to expand people’s perception about the history and introduce them with the rich culture of the area," say directors Yalim and Yaaz Acar. "A Unesco World Heritage site, Cappadocia has existed as a bridge between many civilisations and cultures since the beginning of time. Bringing people together into this experience from all around the world with different cultural backgrounds is the most special thing we are beyond excited for."
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The festival offers three venues: The Zion, inspired by the Matrix and located in a narrow canyon, The Yunak Evleri - a rooftop venue - and The Valley of Monasteries, a valley surrounded by ancient architecture and chimneys dating to the fourth century.
There are various accommodation packages available, which all include access to the festival, plus stays at various hotels around the region. You can find out more information here.
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