Here’s Why Sunburn Klassique Is Going To Be Absolutely Unforgettable

Over the past few years, Sunburn has grown to become one of the biggest and most popular music festivals in India. It began on the beaches of Goa but later shifted to Pune and also expanded with different types of shows such as Sunburn City Festivals and Sunburn Arena so there is something throughout the year for music fans. Now, Sunburn is here with Sunburn Klassique, which brings the festival back to Goa for the ultimate homecoming.

There’s no other place like Goa and Sunburn Klassique will be bringing the original vibe of the festival back. At Vagator, you will get to experience the music in its full glory as you dance on the sandy beach. There will also be the usual Sunburn offerings from a flea market to delicious food to satisfy your hunger and drinks to quench your thirst.

The Sunburn Klassique line-up is also quite spectacular. There are going to be some of the best EDM and electronic artists not just from around the world but also from across India. The curated line-up consists of headliners who have performed at Sunburn over the past years – KSHMRMarkus Schulz, and Art Department – and also a renowned artist known by his golden-beaked mask making his India debut – Claptone. Some of the other artists you can expect to see perform over the two days are international artists Sultan + ShepardAlle FarbenGMSMandragoraRichard DurandUnderHer, and David Phimster with Indian artists like Arjun VagaleAnkytrixxMidival Punditz (with Nathulal Solanki), and Bullzeye.

There will be four stages at the festival – Klassique, Techno Kraft, Psychedelic Cirkus, and Vinyl Ambulance – with over 40 artists performing live. The festival will be held over two days – February 23 and 24. You can get festival passes that will grant you entry to both days or get a day pass if you can only make it to one day of Sunburn Klassique.

Chavi Pande: