The previous few years haven’t been form to India’s Sunburn Festival. After 2016, the competition was relocated from Goa to Pune, practically 300 miles away. And the problems solely continued to build up in 2017 and 2018. Now, miraculously, the tide might be turning for the legendary competition. In February 2019, the competition returns house to Goa as Sunburn Klassique.
The new competition will likely be hosted on the outdated Sunburn venue in Vagator which is now one of many
hottest areas in Goa. The venue was found by Sunburn in 2013 after being pressured
to maneuver from Candolim.
Karan Singh, CEO, Sunburn states, “Sunburn introduced the concept of dance music to India and has aided in building music tourism across India. Over the last 12 years we’ve evolved from being just a music festival to an aspirational brand with millions of loyalists. We hope our return to Goa is truly memorable and magical and we can once again build Goa into a thriving music destination. As a practice, we will deliver the most intrinsic and enhanced fan experience without compromising on our production and experiential ethics. A massive festival like Sunburn is built on foresight and passion and we’re going in all guns blazing to make an even bigger mark in 2019.”
Sunburn Klassique will return to Vagator Goa on February 23-24. Early chicken tickets go reside tomorrow on bookmyshow.com, viagogo.com and festicket.com.
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