India's love for live performances is slowly growing. There are more international artists coming to India than ever. We've seen Coldplay, The Chainsmokers, and Justin Beiber perform live, but there are a lot more shows we are yet to see. These are the best upcoming concerts in India that you can look forward to in the next few months.
Sunburn Arena With Kygo
When: November 24-26
Where: Hyderabad, New Delhi, Mumbai
Whom To See: The Norwegian hitmaker
Why You Should Go: Kygo's biggest hit yet has to be the Selena Gomez collaboration – It Ain't Me, which took the world by storm. His debut album, Cloud Nine, only came out last year, but he's already one of the hottest artists in the house music scene right now.
When: 19 November
Where: BKC: Mumbai
Whom To See: One of the biggest pop stars on the planet
Why You Should Go: This is Ed Sheeran's second visit, but he's even bigger now than he was before. With the release of Shape of You that has dominated the charts worldwide, there hasn't been a better chance to see him live.
World's Biggest Guestlist Festival
When: December 1-3
Where: D. Y. Patil Stadium: Mumbai
Whom To See: Hardwell, W&W, Suyano, Kill The Buzz, and more
Why You Should Go: This one is a concert to help educate 100,000 children. By attending this event you get to take part in a noble cause while phenomenal Dutch artists. There will also be Indian artists like DJ SHAAN, Neha Kakkar, and Armaan Malik who will join the international stars.
When: December 16-17
Where: Nesco Center: Mumbai
Whom To See: Armin Van Buuren, Mark Schulz, Marlo, and more
Why You Should Go: While the location for Enchanted Valley Carnival might have changed, the spirit of the festival remains the same. A two-day concert, EVC has the best of all genres in one place. Read more about it here.
We Are Connected Kolkata
When: December 17
Where: New Town Eco Park: Kolkata
Whom To See: Armin Van Buuren
Why You Should Go: Celebrating the spirit of the digital age, We Are Connected Kolkata has Armin Van Buuren as the headliner. There are also three national artists and four other international artists – Ruben De Ronde, Otto Knows, Sander Van Doorn, and Marlo – who will keep the party going for seven whole hours.
Timeout 72 Hours
When: December 27-29
Where: Vagator Hill: Goa
Whom To See: Jason Derulo, Martin Garrix, Wiz Khalifa
Why You Should Go: What's a better way to celebrate the end of the year than with a bash at the beaches of Goa? The debut festival, Timeout 72, already has three of the biggest stars to draw in fans of all music genres. But more than that – you get the full festival experience for a whole weekend.
Sunburn Festival 2017
When: December 28-31
Where: Pimpri-Chinwad: Pune
Whom To See: Martin Garrix, DJ Snake, Clean Bandit
Why You Should Go: There have been Sunburn Arena concerts all over the country, but it all comes down to one iconic music festival. Spanning over four days, all the way into a New Year celebration, there's a lot more to do at Sunburn than rock to music. It's a grand experience that you have to be a part of at least once in a lifetime.
VH1 Supersonic 2018
When: February 9-11
Where: Laxmi Lawns: Pune
Whom To See: Major Lazer, Alt-J
Why You Should Go: Another one of the biggest music festival's of India, Supersonic is bringing Major Lazer to India. There is also going to be a flea market for the shoppers, delicious dishes for the foodies, a beer garden for the brew lovers, and it will differently-abled friendly too.
Which of these upcoming concerts in India will you be heading to? Let us know in the comments below.