As life begins to go back to normal, the festival culture is returning too, but this time with smaller numbers, more safety protocols and creative features. The Magnetic Fields music festival that takes place every year in Rajasthan, has launched a new festival IP called Magnetic Fields Nomads that will take place in March in Ranthambore. The music festival will have a maximum of 400 attendees, all of who will be put up at Nahargarh hotel Ranthambore. It will be held from March 19-21 and will feature several well-thought of events. These include a sundowner in the garden, a jungle safari, a pool party, outdoor picnics, the Magnetic Sanctuary retreat to revitalise your body and mind, a special Chef’s table, and the traveling theatre Peacock Club offering cabaret inspired performances.
In keeping with the safety protocols, the first edition of the Magnetic Fields music festival offers only residential packages. Day tickets will not be available. All the guests will have to present a Covid-19 negative test within 24 hours prior to cheking in. The three day open air festival will focus on excellence in food, culture and music.
Owned by the Alsisar group of hotels,Nahargarh hotel is designed resembling16th century palace with sprawling Mughal gardens, large coutyards, outdoor pools, and rustic interiors. It is located a short distance away from the Ranthambore National Park that is home to many species of flora and fauna, the main attraction being the tigers.
The Magnetic Fields Nomads tickets went live on February 10 and were sold out within an hour.