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News |  11 Dec 2013 10:53 |  By RnMTeam

Sunburn Goa 2013 is bigger and better this year

MUMBAI: With just a little over a fortnight left to the country’s biggest EDM festival, Sunburn Goa 2013 is pulling out all the stops to make it Asia’s number one festival. The event which will be held in Vagator, North Goa from 27-29 December is set to have seven massive stages, each one with its own technological innovations and creative concepts. Several production design teams have been roped in to create some spectacular sets, while the main stage will be a super massive one, set in a stunning natural amphitheatre.

Of course with the impressive stages and sets also comes a cracking line up of DJs offering various genres of trance from House to Techno, Psych to Electro, and even Drum & Bass to Experimental. 120 artists, including top international names like Afrojack, Axwell, Mark Knight, Markus Schulz, Andrew Rayel, Pete Tong and Ummet Ozcan will join Indian talents like Lost Stories, Anish Sood, Dualist Inquiry, Nucleya, Shaan, Kohra and more to give patrons some amazing music.

Sunburn Goa 2013 will also be offering fans a chance to meet their favourite EDM acts through contests held at its Artist Village. There will also be limited on-site camping space available for the adventurous kind who want to take their festival experience to the next level. Sunburn Goa is also organising cruises from Vagator beach for fans looking for a little more than just music. And to keep the party going into the wee hours there will be re-configured bars to keep the drinks flowing and elaborate food courts as well.

For those who want more, Sunburn will also have a brand new flea-market, circus tents, a book library and an open air movie theatre. But the entertainment does not end there. There will also be a huge sports village, ferris wheel, kite festival, a VIP foam party and an above sea level psy stage. With free unlimited parking and a ton of after-parties to choose from, there is no denying it is going to be an otherworldly experience this year.