Sunburn Festival 2016

  • Vagator Beach, Goa, India
  • 27-30 December 2016
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Sunburn 10 is the 10th anniversary of India's biggest EDM and dance music festival. The biggest DJs and producers in the world, hosted by the breathtaking Vagator Beach: it's a dance music paradise.

Sunburn has been leading the way since 2007, as India's house music scene has grown into one of the most avid and dynamic communities around. Add in huge crowds of international travellers combining the festival with a trip to the famous Goa, and it all makes for a next-level party.

Expect the very best in visuals and all-out stage production, and for the 10th birthday celebrations to show exactly why Sunburn is a peerless dance music experience.

Lineup

The lineup has not yet been announced. Previous editions have hosted the likes of Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Martin Garrix and many more.

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Vagator Beach is one of Goa's most inviting beaches, with a laid back vibe that still celebrates rave culture with high energy. Goa is a popular destination among Western backpackers and Indian vacationers.


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Vagator Beach, Goa, India

FAQs

Minimum age is 18.

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. 

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