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Everything you want to know about Sunburn Festival taking place in Goa this weekend
22 February, 2019

Everything you want to know about Sunburn Festival taking place in Goa this weekend

Twelve years after its debut, Sunburn festival still holds its own as Asia’s largest electronic dance music event. This year, the festival is making a comeback to the place from where it started out to cement its position as the mothership of EDM festivals in Asia. The homecoming is going to be every bit grand and glamorous, with performances from some of the most uncompromising and celebrated artists from around the globe, something that music lovers are eagerly looking forward to.
 
Spread over two days, Feb 23rd and 24th, Sunburn Klassique promises a great mix of music, A-list DJs, fashion, an enthusiastic crowd and the tempting escapism. From food court to flea markets, shopping stalls, recreational booths, gaming zones, Sunburn will have something for all the discerning music lovers from all over the world, not to mention a gala time by the beach, a sense of belonging and memories for lifetime. If this weekend looks rather dull for you, head to Goa, because Sunburn isn’t just a festival, it’s a celebration of culture. Here’s a lowdown on everything you want to know about Sunburn Klassique 2019.
 
Sunburn Klassique Goa 2019 venue
 
Three years after the organisers of the Sunburn festival locked horns with the Goa government over payment of pending bills, Percept- the entertainment and media company that organises Sunburn- seems to have mend its way with the authorities. This year, Percept has collaborated with local logistics company Klassique, which is responsible to acquire all the logistics and permission, to create Sunburn Klassique 2019 and the festival is going to be organised at Vagator beach, evoking nostalgia. In 2017, the festival had moved to Pune at the Kesanand hills.
 
How to buy tickets to Sunburn Klassique 2019
 
Tickets to the festival are available online on bookmyshow, viagogo, and festicket. The tickets start from Rs 2000 for an early entry on day one and go up to Rs 16,000 for a group of four people. You’ve got to act fast if you want to get your hands on the tickets to Sunburn Klassique 2019 because they’re selling like hotcakes!