This December 4th, the Electric Peacock Festival is bringing down some truly great music. If you don’t already know, English musician, DJ, singer and record producer, Mark Ronson – the man behind Uptown Funk will be here performing his greatest hits.
They're also turning the North Lawn of the Taj into a full festival scene.
As you can see from the map, they've got a Silent Disco (where you dance with headphones on), the Neon Zoo (plastic animals, not real) plus free body art from Veet and costumes from AOD (first come first serve). For first time UBER users you can also get there and back possibly for free, use the code EPFEST when you sign up to get Rs. 500 off.
They're also bringing down Duncan Beiny – better known as DJ Yoda – a hip hop turntablist. He incorporates funk, trap, reggae, pop and even a spot of country music to create unashamed party music.
You can also hear local DJ Muku, who has performed both in and across Australia as well as Sri Lanka.
The Electric Peacock Festival is Sri Lanka’s biggest live international music and performing arts platform which goes beyond bringing down artists in the twilight of their careers. These are young, creative musicians at the height of their careers. Now in its fourth year, the past festivals have seen Roger Sanchez, Basement Jaxx and most recently Tinie Tempah. Other notable acts on our line-up have been New Young Pony Club, Duke Spirit, Trophy Wife, Chicane, BBC Radio 1 DJ Nihal, Muku, Asvajit and Julius Mitchell and many others.