Living in a global metropolis is like living in a mosh pit of ambition.
New sub-cultures explode everyday as people from all walks of life hustle for the spotlight, in a million different ways.
The traffic of human activities to survive urban chaos produce statements and sentiments, by the second.
This is the real art of a city.
The performance of a million people criss-crossing each other trying to find the next experience,
the next memory to relish for a lifetime.
The Blackout Festival is a covert celebration of urban expression that morphs like the people in a big city,
but what remains common is the need to experience something new, newer than the last blast.
And with city-folk, evolve their ways of coming together, seeking new curiosities.
New curiosities to encounter each other through unconventional experiences.
Provocative experiences that are inspired from sub-culture and that inspire and shape new sub-cultures and communities.
With each edition, The Blackout Festival engineers new experimental systems for social interaction and urban interventions.
The principals remain the same - no themes, no permissions and no exchange of money.
Only the city, the time, the format and the people, schizophrenically change.