Dates revealed for Rajasthan’s Magnetic Fields Festival!


Dates revealed for Rajasthan's Magnetic Fields Festival!

The annual edition of Magnetic Fields at the 17th-century Alsisar Mahal had to be postponed last year due to the COVID pandemic. However, as per the latest reports, this year, the boutique festival will be launching a more intimate affair called the Magnetic Fields Nomads.

Nahargarh Ranthambhore, a palace-sized property, owned by Alsisar Hotels and located near Ranthambore National Park, will host a three-day, open-air gathering of creatives and community, and will be hosting only 400 attendees from March 19-21, 2021. This will be done while strictly adhering to health and safety protocols outlined by the Rajasthan state Reportedly, the sale of the tickets will go on sale on February 10, 2021.

Stretched across an area of 20 ac of land, this fortress nestled amidst thousands of trees, makes it a great venue to host a socially-distanced limited sized gathering.

Dates revealed for Rajasthan's Magnetic Fields Festival!

During this event, you can expect a jungle safari, pool parties, and garden picnics. Those who have been regulars at Magnetic Fields, will recognise aspects, the wellness offerings at Magnetic Sanctuary, and much more. Attendees can also be a part of new elements like culinary experiences at The Chef’s Table.

While Magnetic Fields represents an exciting vision of modern India, the Magnetic Fields Nomads is another aspect of introducing new concepts and experiences to attendees.

As regarding health and safety protocols, no day tickets will be available, whereas all attendees will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result that they had undertaken at a certified test centre not before 24 hours of checking into the hotel.

Referring to this, the tram handling the festival stated that they have reimagined the structure and scaled it down considerably so that they can execute and produce an environment that incorporates protocols to ensure that everyone is safe and protected. They added that this year, their focus will be on championing and supporting local excellence in food, culture and music as they are gearing up to cautiously celebrate the encouraging signs of revival in India.

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