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A Remarkable Music Festival With Hot Air Balloon After-parties, Horseback Riding & More!

Get ready for a journey through one of the most impactful geographic locations in human history. Welcome to the Kingdom of Agartha.

Cappadocia is the location of one of 2022’s most expansive and culturally enlightening electronic music festivals. Located in Turkey, it is known for its distinctive tall, cone-shaped rock formations clustered in Monks Valley, Göreme and elsewhere. These are also called “fairy chimneys”.

Slated for the summer of 2022, Echoes from Agartha is a techno-focused festival experience paired with an unmatched set of excursions. The festival will feature Lee Burridge, Mind Against, Seth Troxler and WhoMadeWho among many others. Organizers will make sure attendees will fully enjoy Cappadocia with cavern explorations, the “underground city” tour & more!

Considering the region’s rich history, it’s not surprising that the festival boasts high ambitions to elevate visitors’ mind, body and soul. The organizers are creating a full experience that goes beyond just the music but becomes an immersive adventure into history and culture.

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Learn About Cappadocia

The breathtaking landscape of the Cappadocia region is the product of over 60 million years of history. The region was formed due in part to the irregular erosion of volcanic ash across the landscape.

Human settlement at the Cappadocia region dates back to the Paleolithic era. The lands have been one of the most important centers of Christianity in the later periods. Houses and churches carved into the caves and rocks turned the region into a huge heaven for Christians escaping from the dominance of the Roman Empire. Cappadocia is a place where nature and history fuse and integrate and is was one of the important junctions of the Silk Road.

The region spent a period without trouble subsequent times under the Ottoman Empire. The last Christians in the region migrated from Cappadocia due to the exchange of Treaty of Lausanne in 1924-26, leaving beautiful architectural examples behind.

When it comes to people, Cappadocia was once the homeland of the Hittite power and after Hitit fell, it was ruled by many kingdoms such as Persians, Romans, Arabs, Byzantines, Seljuks, Ottomans, and now Turks. Their stories are carved into Cappadocia’s surreal landscape.

The Experience: What To Expect?

Echoes from Agartha is a 5 day odyssey to Cappadocia, the heart of Anatolia an area also known as “Cradle of Civilization” for the number of innovations that arose from the early societies in this region, which are among some of the earliest known human civilizations on earth.

On June 29th, the organizers welcome you to one of the most breathtaking locations in the world to be part of an unparalleled adventure. A gathering designed to elevate your frequencies offering the best in music, history, Turkish cuisine and workshops in the naturally and historically rich Turkey.

The Weather

This is a desert climate with no rain during July and August. Temperatures can have drastic changes between day and night and can range between 13 °C (55 °F) and 31 °C (87 °F)

The Venues

The Zion

It is the last human city on the planet Earth after a cataclysmic nuclear war between mankind and sentient machines, which resulted in artificial lifeforms dominating the world. It is actually a massive series of caverns deep under the ruined planet’s surface, close to the planet’s core.

The Valley Of Monasteries

A valley surrounded by ancient monasteries and fairy chimneys dating back to the 4th century, the closing ritual and the grand finale will be held on this ancient playground.

Yunak Houses

A sunset gathering on top of the oldest cave hotel in the region. Our Friday venue will be accessible to the Agartha Experience pass holders and a small amount of tickets might be available to purchase for the Music Only and Music + Hotel pass holders.

The Lineup
Tickets & Passes

There are three package options to choose from:

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The Agartha Experience:
2 main festival days (Thursday June 30 & Saturday July 2)
Wednesday welcome cocktail party, Friday rooftop party at YUNAK, Daily excursions & cultural activities
5 nights hotel stay (Check-In: June 29 Wednesday at 2pm – Check-Out: July 4 Monday at Noon)

Music + Hotel:
2 Main Festival Days (Thursday June 30th & Saturday July 2)
4 Nights Hotel Stay (Check-in: June 30 Thursday at 2pm) (Check-Out: July 4 Monday at Noon)

Music Only:

2 main festival days. (Thursday June 30 & Saturday July 2)

Event times:

  • Thursday June 30: 10PM to 8AM
  • Saturday July 2: 10PM to 10AM

Note that the festival will be held in a remote area, around 15 minutes away from most hotels.

Organizers will provide a complimentary shuttle service to all ticket holders — Shuttles for Agartha Experience pass holders will leave from their designated hotels (Yunak and Sacred) — Shuttles for Music + Hotel and Music Only pass holders will leave from Ramada by Wyndham.

It takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes to fly to Cappadocia from Istanbul. Cappadocia has two airports: Nevsehir Kapadokya (NAV) and Kayseri Erkilet (ASR). There are direct flights daily from Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gokcen (SAW) to either airport in Cappadocia. Nevsehir is closer to the main towns of Göreme and Urgup but Kayseri is a larger airport. Several companies run nightly buses from Istanbul to Cappadocia, including Metro Turizm and Nevşehir Seyahat. This is the cheapest way to go but it’s also the longest, it takes around 10 hours to get to Cappadocia.

Ready For Your Next Music Festival?

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