Magnetic Fields Festival 2019 Is Here!

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Magnetic Fields has since its debut in 2013, established itself as one of the most stimulating, contemporary arts and music festivals in the world. Tickets for the seventh edition of the experiential music festival go on sale on July 10, and will be available on

The three-day festival will take place from December 13 to 15 at Alsisar Mahal, a stately 17th-century palace that provides the perfect backdrop for Magnetic Fields’ handpicked showcase of music and art.

Magnetic Words is a storytelling platform where speakers from diverse fields are invited – Photo by Mohit Mukhi

Magnetic Fields has caught the fancy of fans and artists from around the world with its immersive and curated festival experience. The festival promises a sensorial adventure unlike any other on the Indian circuit, and even around the world.

In an effort to become a more sustainable festival, Magnetic Fields will continue its association with waste management solutions provider SKRAP for its 2019 edition. The festival recycled 85 per cent of the waste generated over the festival last year.

Attendees watch Dubai-based trio, Noon at BUDx South Stage – Photo by Nishant Jhamb
Ticket and accommodation packages for #MagFields2019

With a variety of accommodation packages available, festival attendees have the option of either staying in a palace or camping in the desert.

Three-day festival entry tickets, to be bought with accommodation packages, are available for upwards of Rs 6,000 whilst those looking to organise their own accommodation will pay between Rs 10500-13,000 for a three-day festival ticket.

Magnetic Feasts was a new introduction to the festival programme – Photo by Mohit Mukhi

A limited offer for the three-day festival will see super early bird tickets being sold for Rs 6,000. After that category sells out, early birds will be available for Rs 7,000, lazy birds at Rs 8,000 and then the price will settle at Rs 9,500.

Just under six hours from Delhi, Alsisar Mahal beckons those with a sense of history and adventure. The palace rooms – with its combination of modern comfort in a heritage setting – have proven to be a very popular choice and in fact, sell out within minutes every year. An Alsisar Mahal package for two people, inclusive of early bird tickets, will cost Rs 1,02,000.

Attendees watch an act at the JioSaavn Sundowner stage – Polina Schapova

The more adventurous option is the Bedouin village with luxury tents and cocktails around a campfire. With its own lounge, the camping site will also have its own stage, Renault Desert Oasis, bars and art installations.

This year, two-person and three-person Bedouin tents – complete with beds, electrical points, toiletries and blankets – are available for Rs 35,200. Prices do not include tickets.

The number of campers has grown each year and the festival has acquired more land to ensure all attendees have sufficient space to pitch tents and more area to stretch their legs. The ‘pitch your tent’ option is available at Rs 3,850 per person (without a ticket), and will have access to the same lounge and stage as the rest of the campers.

Alternatively, you can rent a fully-equipped two-person classic camping tent for Rs 15,950 for the festival.

An attendee enjoys the VR installation at Magnetic Fields – Avirat Sundra
Tickets + Accommodation cost for two people at Magnetic Fields 2019
Accommodation type Cost for two attendees (accommodation + super early bird tickets at Rs 6,000; without taxes)
Double Palace room package Rs 1,02,000 (includes two tickets)
Bedouin tent for two Rs 35,200 + Rs 12,000 = Rs 47,200
Bedouin tent for three Rs 35,200 + Rs 18,000 = Rs 53,200
Classic tent for two Rs 15,950 + Rs 12,000 = Rs 27,950
Pitch your own tent for one person Rs 3,850 + Rs 6,000 = Rs 9,850
Ticket without accommodation package Rs 10,500 per person


More details about the tickets and camping packages can be found on

As of 2019, all Magnetic Fields tickets are non-transferable and non-changeable. Tickets will, however, be fully refundable subject to a convenience fee, up until December 1 before the event.

About Magnetic Fields
Magnetic Fields is an independent festival that was founded by artists for like-minded people. It is produced by Wild City, THOT, Kunal Lodhia, Smita Singh Rathore and Alsisar Mahal with support from Budweiser, Red Bull, Renault, Jameson, Saavn, Resident Advisor, Goethe-Institut, Border Movement, and Luxembourg Export Office.


A dental surgeon by profession, Ankit changed his stream to Music Production and Audio Engineering in 2016. He has since created a Music Promotions Agency and an Artist Management/Label to contribute to India's ever-growing music industry. With a knack for Music Business and tastemaking, he intends to share knowledge and music with everyone!

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