Official Partner

Sunburn Festival 2019

  • Vagator Beach, Goa, India
  • 27-29 December 2019
Sunburn Festival 2019



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Booking for a group of friends? Simply use our option to split the payment with your friends.


Split the payment

At checkout, you can decide how many people are going to pay. The total amount will be split evenly so that everyone will pay the same amount.


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When paying at checkout, you will be asked to provide your card details to pay only your part.


Invite your friends to pay

You’ll be able to invite your friends via link or email on the confirmation page. They will then have 48 hours to pay their part in full, and we’ll keep you updated on the progress via email and on your group page.


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Come relive the music, relive the memories, relive Sunburn

Sunburn Festival is Asia's biggest electronic music festival, and this December the festival returns to its homeland – Goa – for three sprawling days of house, EDM and pop on Vagator Beach. 

Recent lineups have included dance royalty such as Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and many more, who all played out underneath Sunburn's iconic stage production, visuals and pyrotechnics. 

So big is Sunburn that it is now the third largest dance festival in the world, after Tomorrowland and Ultra, and attracts people from more than 52 countries, who each year make the journey to India to experience it first-hand.

Vagator Beach is one of Goa's most inviting beaches, with a laid back vibe that still celebrates rave culture with high energy. 


Vagator Beach, Goa, India


By plane: You may fly into the Mumbai Airport (Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport) and take onward domestic connection from there to Goa's Dabolim Airport. Numerous domestic airlines fly in an out of Goa daily, however only a handful of charter companies operate international flights directly into the Dabolim airport. 

By train: The Konkan Railway is the main line running through Goa and connecting it to Mumbai (North) and Mangalore (South). The main train station in Goa is Madgaon station in Margao. 

By bus: Although India has an extensive public bus system, and there are lot of bus services to and from Goa, be advised that most state-run vehicles are run-down and overcrowded. Alternatively, there are private bus companies running to and from Goa, and they are usually more expensive, but faster and more comfortable.