It will be quite absurd to even think that something like SulaFest will disappoint you to even your least. When we say ‘Stairway to Heaven’ we mean it, in and out and trust us SulaFest ‘16 is a fine example of it. In this 10th edition, 3 stages, 100+ international artists and 3 day celebration of winter’s, flea markets and the magical camping site will make you long for more and more. The festival in itself glorifies the spirit of the city Nashik with unending entertainment, fusion music and mesmerising wine experience; is set to take you far away from the daily monotony of your humdrum life from 3rd- 5th February 2017.

This music festival will include some of the top headliners like Bosnian band Dubioza kolektiv, UK-based Afro Celt Sound System, Indian Ocean, New Delhi/Mumbai based Electro/Rock/Folk /Ambient band Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator. At the Atmosphere Stage, we will get to see performances from dubstep and electronic dance music producer Nucleya, Goa-based techno music artist Tejas Belkond and Goa-based DJ Ayesha Pramani. The tropical stage will see performances by Space Jams, Bahrain-based alternative band Likwid, French DJ Shy-O, French-American band Whatever Witch Is, Marc Robijn, Ranjit Arapurakal and many more.

Party animals will be invited to enjoy wine-tasting and grape stomping sessions at the winery. It will be an opportunity to satisfy their gastronomic desires by indulging in some of the most decadent global cuisines from Soma and Little Italy. The flea market with haute couture will be the best part for the fashionistas coming to this one of the best events in Nashik. The accommodation arrangements within the vineyards are also worth visiting. Let’s Camp Out includes some 500 tents with price range starting from Rs 8000 for regular tents (two and four people) and going up to Rs 32000 for a deluxe tents.

This is your ticket to truck-loads of fun and frolic amidst the other music carnivals which are just about music and dance. It offers something of a unique experience to people who want things to happen differently to them. Sula Fest also goes out to benefit local and national NGOs and nonprofit organizations, aligning with it’s long-standing commitment to give back to the communities and causes when in need. If you want to make it big and make the month of love special, you know what to do! Book your passes now with BookMyShow, and promise yourselves and your loved ones a treat to remember for ages!

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 16 January 2017

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