Magnetic Fields, Indiaโ€™s premium Music and Electronic dance festival is one of its kinds. No other music festival in India is organized inside a palace. The Grand and Opulent Al Sisar Mahal is a heavenly setting for this mega music festival to take place. The dates of Magnetic Fields music festival are announced for this year and you can make your bookings before it is too late.

Fun at Magnetic Fields

Music lovers visit Magnetic Fields for their amazing line up. My two visits have introduced me to some amazing bands like The F16, Ska-Vengers, BFR Sound System, Machinedrum and more. Magnetic fields is one great platform for Indie bands in Indian subcontinent and a chance to see international personalities is really high here.

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So now that you are sorted about stay at Magnetic Fields and have received your passes, you should look forward to the food and drinks scene at the venue. For someone like me, who is not that much interested in EDM, the amazing food setup is really attractive.


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The eating options at Magnetic Fields range from Indian, continental, and desi street food. You can choose anything according to your budget and it wonโ€™t really disappoint you.









Since Magnetic Fields stages are divided in four different areas, the food stalls are arranged in same way. Two major food stalls are present inside the palace and another in the desert right next to the camping grounds. These two stalls have everything to solve your hunger pangs. You will find Indian Thali, Pizza, Pasta, Hot Dogs and even the humble coffee from Blue Tokai Roasters.

Magnetic Fields Drinks

Another stall is inside the compound of the palace where the main event takes place in the night. Same stall along with 3 bar counters are here to make your night amazing. Since the music goes on till 4 AM, you will not run out of eating options anytime sooner.

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My favorites were

Artisan Meats โ€“ Based in Delhi, they locally source meat, both chicken and pork and offer amazing hot dogs and pork ribs. One of the must try at the festival.

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Artisan Meats Magnetic Fields

Asian Haus โ€“ They really outdid themselves with the top notch Asian street food available 24×7. Everything was really delicious

Fat Lulu’s – I have visited their outlet in SDA so I know that the quality of their pizza and Pasta is world class. The wood fire pizza was really delicious.

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Blue Tokai โ€“ Their presence was just so helpful for me as I was working at the campsite and photography team and had to awake for long hours

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Bhajan Dhaba โ€“ Bhajan Dhaba offers your cravings for Indian Thali. Both Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian Thalis are available here

Ammaโ€™s Haus โ€“ Ammaโ€™s Haus is a part of Asian Haus chain that specializes in South Indian cuisine. I had a plate of Dosaย  with chicken (or may be it was mutton I donโ€™t remember lol) and it was simply delicious

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Bakermania โ€“ Finally, what is a festival without the desserts. Bakermania offers amazing deserts, waffles, brownies and fannel cakes.

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Budget food at Magnetic Fields


While the food setup at Magnetic Fields is a little costly and on the higher side of the pocket, you can always ditch this scene to taste some local food. The road connected the camping venue and the palace is filled with amazing street side foods. You can feast on Maggi, chicken and mutton curries prepared in Rajasthani style and spend your evenings tasting pakodas and fried chicken.

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This year, when you visit Magnetic Fields, make sure that you enjoy the food scene as much as you spend your time with the music. It is a great experience to be a part of this festival.

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    Budget food magnetic fields

How to reach Magnetic Fields โ€“ Magnetic Fields music festival takes place in Al Sisar, located in Jhunjhunu district. The nearest train station is located in Jhunjhunu but a majority of trains from Jaipur and Delhi stop at Sadulpur.


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Magnetic Fields run special buses from Jaipur and Delhi for the festival goers so you can check this service out. Gozocabs also provides cab sharing facility for Magnetic Fields. You can contact them for their upcoming trips.

Nearest airport to Al Sisar, Magnetic Fields venue are in Delhi and Jaipur.

Where to stay in Magnetic Fields โ€“ Magnetic fields has a number of stay options. You can stay at the palace but the rooms are likely to get full on the day festival dates are announced. Camping in the Al-Sisar desert are is a unique experience and you must not miss it. The camping area has two styles of tents, the luxury Bedouin tents and the budget tents. You can read more about these tents here.

Stay homes and guest houses are present in Magnetic Fields and are easy to book. You can also pitch your own tents or go hippie and stay in your car.

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  1. Wow it does look magnetic and all of that food looks so good. I always appreciate a good hot dog which I think can be hard to find.

  2. This place looks absolutely gorgeous! The foods looks so delicious too! Plus, I can’t live a day without music! Who does!? Haha! Thanks for sharing!

  3. It’s been forever since I’ve been to a proper concert. This sounds like so much fun, especially to hear some upcoming and international bands. The food looks really good too!

  4. This looks like it would be such an amazing festival. All of that food also looks out of this world!

  5. I had not heard of this event, but it sounds like a blast! The food looks absolutely fabulous too…Great Guide!

  6. Looks like great fun music festivals, food looks delicious that jilabei and brownies looks very nice. Next time when I visit India if this festival going on I will try to visit.

  7. Looks really like a fun even to attend. The food looks delicious too with those sweets. Would love to be here and attend

  8. Everything looked so good! Sometimes festival foods can be a hit or miss and these definitely seemed like they were on point! The hot dog looked to be really tasty. It looks like everyone had a great time, thanks for sharing!

  9. OMG! I’m so hungry after this post lol! It looks like an amazing experience! So unique and original, right?
    Thanks for sharing such a story! Love it ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. I’m so glad I’ve stumbled upon this post! I’m in India at the moment and will still be here in December – so I can check it out! The food looks amazing and I can’t wait to dive in and try all of them ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. This looks awesome, and good thing there’s bus from Delhi to magnetic fields, that’s convenient. With all the authentic food on the side.

  12. A festival in a palace sounds incredible! I’d also love to try the desserts from Bakermania, they look absolutely delicious. I don’t know if I’d go to the festival for the music or the food!

  13. I have not been to any music festival before. Learning more about these kinds of festivals makes me want to go already to at least one! your music festival there sounds awesome!

  14. I’m just reading this post during my lunch break in the office yknow? Waiting for one of my colleagues to arrive with the takeaway. Though you got me interested in lots of new food to try, I seriously got the munchies now.

  15. all this food is making me hungry! i went to India earlier this year and absolutely loved the cuisine

  16. Thanks for sharing guide to food and drinks at music festival in Magnetic Fields. The cupcakes from Bakemania looks tempting and those pakodas are mouth watering.

  17. Food and music is a combination that can’t go wrong. The food looks delicious and spicy. Loved ogling at those food pictures

  18. Music festival…. you had a great and amazing experience. Food looking very delicious and your description about food is awesome I feel hungry now. Thanks for sharing.

  19. What an amazing discovery of the Magnetic Fields Music and Electronic dance festival. Looks like this is a great place to showcase talent and seems quite popular. Loved the eating options and nice that they have bar counters too. I hope to attend this for sure! Thank you for highlighting such a wonderful event of India!

  20. I love a big festival as there is so much more than just the music to experience, as you say. It seems that the Magnetic Fields festival is a fantastic event and one that should not be missed. Thanks for sharing!

  21. what a delicious and fantastic festival – Must be truly magical with the palace setting. will have to keep it in mind when I plan my next trip to India

  22. This is a really helpful resource – you don’t often see food and drink guides for music festivals. We go to a lot and it would be great to see more of them! I didn’t know about this festival either, to thanks for putting it on our radar ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. I know this festival is also about music, but the food won me over. Everything looked delicious!

  24. Look at all of that food. I really enjoy a good food and wine festival and this was a good recap.

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