Sunburn Festival Is Heading Back To Goa This February

SUNBURN Festival is all set to return to its place of origin next month. After 3 years, SUNBURN will be heading to GOA after its last edition which took place in 2015 in the serene land of Goa. It is going to be a brand new concept, this festival is called Klassique and Sunburn will still be hosting the flagship annual festival in Pune. This festival comes after Govt’ of Goa lifted the ban from having an outdoor electronic festival in the state. Reports say there was major tourist slump in Goa in 2018 because of the absence of any big music festival which usually happens around New Year’s Eve.

Sunburn Festival is an experience all about lasers in every direction, a stunning sound system, top-notch visuals, the world’s biggest electronic music acts playing across different stages. SUNBURN has previously hosted some of the big names in the electronic music industry such as Martin Garrix, David Guetta, KSHMR, Knife Party, Sander van Doorn, Sasha, Krewella, Baauer, Danny Avila Kygo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Art Department, Tube & Berger in Goa. Previously the editions of Festival took place at Vagator Beach, Candolim beaches. GOA is a perfect location for such a festival anywhere else in the country.

Sunburn festival’s exhilarating vibes and Vagator’s gorgeous sunsets make for an invigorating holiday experience. It is going to be an amazing culmination of top-notch electronic music, adrenaline-pumping parallel activities, and experiences in the hedonistic environs of Goa. Also this year the electronic music extravaganza revived its CUBEZOID stage for the 2018 Edition. Sunburn Klassique is all set to take place at VAGATOR Beach next month on 23 and 24th of February. Tickets go live on 19th January, make sure you get yours as they announce the sale.

Stay tuned for the lineup announcements and other information. Get ready as SUNBURN turns VAGATOR  into an electronic dance music paradise!

Featured Image Credits: JUNO WORKS

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