Indonesian band lightcraft who played Singapore’s Baybeats Music Festival and Indonesia’s Java Soundsfair in 2014, will start the new year with a trip to Chennai, India, where they will be making their debut on Indian shores at IIT Madras’ annual Saarang 2015.
Running from January 7-12, lightcraft is set to represent Indonesia on Sunday, January 11 at 2pm at the cultural festival’s World Fest segment, where they will be performing a one-hour set at.
World Fest will also be featuring the likes of Human Folk (The Philippines), Inca Babies (UK), Tiny Fingers (Israel), Mark Bonafide (Singapore), The Amsterdams (Romania), We Singing Colors (Romania) and freestyle footballer Pawel Skora (Poland).
Saarang is the annual cultural festival organised by IIT Madras, a renowned public engineering and research institution. The festival was initially known as Mardi Gras when it was first held in the 1970s, and it was only renamed Saarang in 1996. Saarang is known for featuring a diverse line-up of acts from India and abroad. Saarang 2015 is set to feature around 50 events, and is expected to attract more than 50,000 people.