Sunburn Goa rolls out ‘Early Bird Tickets’ for 2014 edition

MUMBAI:  Asia’s No. 1 Dance Music Festival ‘Sunburn’ is all set to unveil its plans for the highly anticipated  ‘Sunburn  Goa  Festival’  scheduled  to  be  held  at  Vagator,  Goa  from  27-29 December 2014. The Early Bird Tickets for Sunburn Goa will go live exclusively on the Sunburn website on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 from 12.00 pm onwards.

The Early Bird Tickets last year were snapped up by Sunburn fans in a matter of 4 minutes setting a record of firsts in Indian history. Online sales tracked showed that 20% of the Early Bird Ticket sales came from international territories including UK, Australia, Russia, Singapore, South  Africa  and  Dubai.  Sunburn Goa  2013  was  listed  as  the  biggest and grandest extravaganza ever held on the shores of India with an aggregate attendance of over 160,000 visitors from 40 countries globally and 70 cities pan-India.

Building up to the Sunburn Season 8 frenzy, Percept Live unveiled the ‘Sunburn Goa 2013 Aftermovie’ on June 19, 2014 which captured some of the most exciting moments of last year’s Festival, including the stage show extravaganza and peripheral activities held at Vagator Beach, rare footage of the fan frenzy, backstage activities, and both artist and visitor testimonials. The Aftermovie is available for viewing at u4

Visitors can expect to witness a festival unlike any other as Sunburn Goa 2014 gets prepared to present an experience that will see the biggest artists, massive stages and experiential zones, a spectacular production and a whole host of fun activities spanning the entire length and breadth of the massive Vagator venue. A phenomenal line-up of global artists has been exclusively lined up for the 2014 festival, and the names will be unveiled soon by Percept Live. Visitors can look forward to a diverse range of adventurous activities during their 3 day stay at Goa spanning exotic Sunburn Cruises, Flea Markets, Activity zones, Open Air Theatres, Libraries, Artist Villages, On-Site Camping and the famed Sunburn Afterparties spanning over 50,000 sq. mts. of Vagator, making this an extravaganza of mammoth proportions.

With a booming economy and the biggest youth population in the world, India has become one of the most sought-after destinations to visit, with the Sunburn Festival becoming a prime factor for driving tourists from around the world to the state of Goa in the month of December. Renowned for its deep-rooted trance music heritage, Goa offers an idyllic location for those looking forward to experience an unforgettable mixture of bass, beats and bliss through the three-day cult Sunburn Festival. 2013 saw Sunburn’s biggest crowd to date, with fans coming together from all corners of the globe including Asia, USA and Europe, and 2014 looks set to be even bigger.

Percept Live has plans to increase the global fan footprint further in 2014 with a range of innovative  and  unique  marketing  promotions  and  strategic  alliances  with  international partners and associates, thereby creating a heightened spike towards global tourism for Goa.


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