Sunburn 2017: DJ Snake to headline, Martin Garrix, Clean Bandit to play at 11th edition of festival
The Sunburn festival is synonymous with weekends of EDM and parties, and over the years, people have attended its events and gigs in Goa and cities like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai. The eleventh edition of Sunburn will be held in a newly created location in Pune, and tickets for it have recently gone live. It will kick off on 28 December and will go on till the night of 31 December.
Fans can look forward to one of the most exciting line-ups, with DJ Snake, the French DJ who blessed our playlists with songs like 'Lean On' and 'Turn Down For What', headlining and 'Animals' creator Martin Garrix closing the festival on New Year's Eve. It is said that ‘Rockabye’ hitmakers Clean Bandit will also be part of the lineup this year.
DJ Snake is a Grammy-nominated artist who has worked with Diplo and has previously produced for Lady Gaga. He earned a name for himself with singles like 'Middle' and Let Me Love You'. All of 21, Martin Garrix has been playing since 2012 and has collaborated with several musicians like David Guetta and Ed Sheeran. He has played at more than one edition of Tomorrowland.
Previously, the musicians who have played at Sunburn include Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto, Avicii, Hardwell, Deadmau5, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Afrojack and Nicky Romero.
The festival will take place in the Pimpri-Chinchwad area, which is five minutes away from the express highway. The early bird Phase 1 tickets are priced at Rs 4,000 and up, and can be purchased on Book My Show. A special New Year's Eve performance, SFX technology, camp fires, adventure activities and discount packages also lie in store.
Updated Date: Sep 17, 2017 14:44:54 IST
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