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DJ Snake and Martin Garrix to perform at Pune's 'Sunburn Festival 2017'
16 September, 2017

After creating memories and magic for a decade, Asia's biggest dance music festival, Sunburn is set to kick off its season 11, ' Sunburn Festival 2017' in Pune's Pimpri-Chinchwad from December 28 to 31.
 
Grammy-nominated producer and artist DJ Snake and DJ Martin Garrix will be in India to make it biggest.
 
India's premier electronic music brand bids farewell to Sunburn Hills and is all set to deliver a better, smoother and bigger experience for all our fans this year.
 
The new venue will not only host one of the biggest artist line ups and grand stage but also enhance the fan experience by giving hassle free entry to the festival arena, easy access to the venue, better parking facilities and traffic control.
 
The strategically located venue will provide an excellent infrastructure along with health and safety amenities.
 
The venue is also well-connected to the express highway, being just five minutes away to entering the festival arena making the overall experience even more enjoyable.
 
The festival will once again host India's biggest campsites that will give every camper a true festival feel complete with after parties, adventure activities, camp fire, workshops among a host of other activities.
 
To top it all off, the Festival will come up with added incentives for fans with unbelievable discounted rates for Early Bird Phase 1 tickets.
 
Karan Singh, CEO, Sunburn said, "Sunburn follows the mantra of 'for the fans', by the fans, of the fans. After the massive success of Sunburn 10, we enter a new decade of Sunburn that will be completely new the experience."
 
"We also have some of best DJs lined up for the festival and hope to really close the year on a high. We are also raising the bar by integrating the latest technology and SFX to enhance the overall festival experience. We are sure all the fans who attend Sunburn 11 will create memories that will last them a lifetime," Singh added.