Five Music Festival you shouldn't be Missing this year
Sunburn is an EDM Festival where well known artists from all around the world come together to make it happen on this scale. In recent years, Sunburn has become Asia's largest music festival. In 2015 the biggest and greatest artist lineup was arranged to be equally lavish with over 120 artists like Sam Feldt, KYGO, Seth Troxler, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, DJ SMITH, Kshmr, David Guetta, Dyro, Felix Jaehn, Zaeden and Art Department taking the stage.
Places: Goa, Pune
Nh7 was started in 2010 and still continues to be organized annually with a great lineup of diverse artists. Both national and international artists perform here. This fest not only includes EDM but also includes Singers from all around the Globe. Well know artists that have performed at the festivals include Steven Wilson, Mark Ronson, The Wailers, A. R. Rahman, Imogen Heap, The Vaccines, Megadeth, SBTRKT, Farhan Akhtar, Fink, Jon Hopkins, Karnivool and many others.
Place: Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Kolkata, Shillong and flagship at Pune.
EVC is the first-ever music festival in Asia to have a fully-fledged campsite, famously known as Enchanted Village, alongside adventure sports and other distinctive experiences. This is the first festival in Asia to be held on an airstrip. EVC 2016 establishes itself as the only multi-genre music festival in India offering varied genres from electronic music to live genres across International Pop, Bollywood, EDM, techno, fusion and Indie along with other experimental music.
Place: Aamby Valley City, Pune.
Well, honestly I love this fest more than any other festivals. It's free for the students and they just need to pay for accommodation. MoodI was started in 1971 by students of IIT-Ba and it is still organized by students and is a non-profit organization. MoodI has well organized and high scale marketing, which eventually helped them get huge sponsors like BMW i8. It's Asia's Largest college fest. They made the record for the most international artists in college fest.
Rajasthan International Folk Festival
India is famous for its heritage and culture, and music and arts were part of culture. Rajasthan has preserved our culture and heritage not only by structure but also with art and music. Many people from corners of Rajasthan come together to show their talent in one place. RIFF was started in 2007 by locals, then it was sponsored and organized by the government and local authority.