The Top 3 Indian Music Festivals

India is growing up in every way. Infrastructure, economy and also population.

Did you expect music to stay behind? India is a host to some amazing musical festivals, which showcase just that - The growing musical culture.

Here are three of them you just shouldn't miss -

1) Sunburn Festival, Goa - Far from the hustle and bustle of the cities, Sunburn calls you to the serene and pristine beaches of Goa, treating you to some amazing tunes of House, Dubstep, Trance and all of its subgenres. It boasts of 7 stages, each with a different look and feel, and names of the best artistes in the world. Unfortunately it only caters to dance enthusiasts and the tickets may just burn a hole in your pocket. But if you love to dance your cares away, this is it. Give it a shot!

Price per pass - 10,000 Approx - 3 days

2) NH7 Weekender, all over - Originated in Pune, this festival has something for everyone. If you like to listen to new talent and explore a wide array of genres, this is the place. This is the festival for you. You have Rock, EDM, Folk, Solo acts, Drum n Bass and much much more. You will never have a second of boredom. Earlier it used to take place only in Pune. But now they have a Festival all over India. Tickets are reasonable and absolutely worth it. But book your stay in advance.

Price per Pass - 4000 approx - 3 days

3) Ragasthan, Jaisalmer - What's the point of the festival if you can't camp with the artistes? Ragasthan gives you a chance to do just that. 3 Nights in a desert with the bare necessities and loads of amazing music. What more could a music fan hope for? Hot winds in the day, loud music and drinks to keep you hydrated. Chilling breeze in the nights with folk music and a campfire. That's exactly how a 3-day gig should be. Also, forgot to mention the 30 amazing performers to keep you entertained along with paragliding and hot air balloon rides. This festival is a must!

Price per pass - 10,000 approx - 3 days

Article by – Neville Mathews

Picture Credit – Ragasthan Official Facebook page

The Top 3 Indian Music Festivals

Neville Mathews

India is growing up in every way. Infrastructure, economy and also population.

Did you expect music to stay behind? India is a host to some amazing musical festivals, which showcase just that - The growing musical culture.

Here are three of them you just shouldn't miss -

1) Sunburn Festival, Goa - Far from the hustle and bustle of the cities, Sunburn calls you to the serene and pristine beaches of Goa, treating you to some amazing tunes of House, Dubstep, Trance and all of its subgenres. It boasts of 7 stages, each with a different look and feel, and names of the best artistes in the world. Unfortunately it only caters to dance enthusiasts and the tickets may just burn a hole in your pocket. But if you love to dance your cares away, this is it. Give it a shot!

Price per pass - 10,000 Approx - 3 days

2) NH7 Weekender, all over - Originated in Pune, this festival has something for everyone. If you like to listen to new talent and explore a wide array of genres, this is the place. This is the festival for you. You have Rock, EDM, Folk, Solo acts, Drum n Bass and much much more. You will never have a second of boredom. Earlier it used to take place only in Pune. But now they have a Festival all over India. Tickets are reasonable and absolutely worth it. But book your stay in advance.

Price per Pass - 4000 approx - 3 days

3) Ragasthan, Jaisalmer - What's the point of the festival if you can't camp with the artistes? Ragasthan gives you a chance to do just that. 3 Nights in a desert with the bare necessities and loads of amazing music. What more could a music fan hope for? Hot winds in the day, loud music and drinks to keep you hydrated. Chilling breeze in the nights with folk music and a campfire. That's exactly how a 3-day gig should be. Also, forgot to mention the 30 amazing performers to keep you entertained along with paragliding and hot air balloon rides. This festival is a must!

Price per pass - 10,000 approx - 3 days

Article by – Neville Mathews

Picture Credit – Ragasthan Official Facebook page

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