Sunburn Festival 2016

Sunburn Festival 2016
DJ cheering the crowd at Sunburn Festival

DJ cheering the crowd at Sunburn Festival

Sunburn is an Electronic Dance Music (EDM) festival held in the beach and party destination of Vagator, in Goa, India. Previously held in Candolim, Sunburn is Asia’s largest music festival, with an amalgamation of music, entertainment, food and shopping. Sunburn 2016 dates are 27 to 30 December.

The festival was inaugurated in 2007, and in 2009 CNN ranked Sunburn as one of the Top 10 Festivals in the world. It is now at its 10th year, and it promises to bring the biggest artists to India.

Sunburn is the perfect haven for those hoping to escape cooler climates and fully immerse themselves in world-class electronic music. Spread over 4 days, the festival has multiple stages with artists playing simultaneously.

Futuristic DJ at Sunburn Festival

Futuristic DJ at Sunburn Festival

Not only does Sunburn provide the perfect soundtrack to round-off the year, but festival goers can also let loose with a range of adrenaline powered activities such as bungee jumping, camping, volleyball and zorbing, offering the ultimate holiday experience.

The festival is organised by India’s premier electronic music brand Sunburn, which also organises various city festivals, gigs and club tours across India since 2007.

DJ cheering the crowd at Sunburn Festival

DJ cheering the crowd at Sunburn Festival

For information on ticket prices, payment plans + EMI options, and other Sunburn events, stay tuned on www.sunburn.in

Early Bird Tickets Phase 1 for Sunburn started on 22 May. International customers can buy tickets on ViaGogo.com

Sunburn Facebook page is www.facebook.com/sunburnfestival

Sunburn Youtube channel is www.youtube.com/sunburnfestival

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