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News |  31 Dec 2007 10:00 |  By RnMTeam

Sunburn Fest concludes in Goa

MUMBAI: Asia's First Electronic Music Festival - Sunburn Festival Goa 2007 saw a turnout of more than 5000 people from all over the world on Candolim Beach Goa on 28 and 29 December 2007.

Presented by Percept D'Mark (PDM Entertainment) , the festival on Candolim beach presented wellknown DJs like DJ Gordon Edge, Above and Beyond and Axewell who spun to a frenzied crowd all day long marking a spectacular start to the festival.

Sunburn Goa 2007 has 34 of the world's largest deejays spinning in Goa, Candolim Beach.
Says Percept Holdings joint managing director Shailendra Singh, "This festival aims to bring together some of the best Disc Jockeys (DJs) world-wide at the world's most favoured tourist destination - Goa. It is in line with some of the largest international music festivals and we are delighted to be partnering with Smirnoff and Nikhil Chinappa to bring a smashing international experience for the Indian audiences. This genre of music (electronic) is catching on in India and SUNBURN will provide a grand platform for the DJs in India and across the world to showcase their talent over a period of two days that promises to be truly electrifying." Adds Nikhil Chinappa, who is a partner and Creative Consultant – Content for Sunburn '07, "We are trying to create the Global-Indian experience using top of the line audio (music) and visuals (projectors with graphics & imaging) in par with established International Music Festivals. The environment being uniquely GOA (the beach)…Sunburn Goa 2007 is a festival initiated in India for the Indians; wherein Indian & international musicians of the same genre of music will congregate global sounds to our shores. The end objective being creating a festival which we can call our own"

'Sunburn Festival, Goa 2007' is a festival which will annually consolidate the best global talent (from India, Holland, Ibiza, UK, Austria, France, Finland, Australia, Sweden & Singapore) in India to celebrate music and foster a sense of community & harmony.

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