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5 biggest performers we've seen at Sunburn Festivals in the past
20 December, 2018

This December is going to be one of the hottest India has ever had. No, we're not talking about the weather, we're talking about an experience called Sunburn. No, not literal sunburn, the festival that's held in Pune. It's a scorcher for sure.

With some of the biggest names in music like DJ Snake, Axwell ^ Ingrosso and Alan Walker among the performers you can be sure this year is going to be spectacular. But, that's not what we're going to be focusing on today.
For today, we're going to be talking about some of the biggest names that have performed at Sunburn festivals in the past. Let's get right into it:
Martin Garrix
We don't have to go back more than a year to list one of the biggest names in the music business, Martin Garrix. Sunburn 2017 must have been amazing with Martin's sick tunes. We wish he could come for Sunburn every year.
Sunburn really did pull out all the stops with it's lineup last year. Apart from Martin Garrix, we also had the tremendously talented Afrojack at the festival. Do we really need another reason to 'Turn Up The Speakers?'
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
What's better than listening to Afrojack? Listening to Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike at the same festival. Well, the Sunburn Festival 2017 was just that. They are the No. 2 DJ in the world, after all. Who wouldn't want to listen to them all night long?
David Guetta
Go back a few years and there was nobody in the EDM business bigger than David Guetta. The man was everywhere. Doing everything. Everyone wanted to watch him perform live. For the audience at the Sunburn Festival 2015, this wasn't just a dream, it was a reality. Imagine the lucky few who got to see David Guetta perform live in India. That's something that would stick with you for life.
This one is a personal favourite for me. I absolutely love his music. To know that he was in India, performing at the Sunburn Festival 2015 and that I didn't get a chance to watch him perform live, kills me. Oh what I would give to hear KYGO play 'Stole The Show' live once in my life.