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Vini Vici and Other Artists to Visit Delhi, Bengaluru and Goa for Sunburn Holi Bash

Vini Vici and Other Artists to Visit Delhi, Bengaluru and Goa for Sunburn Holi Bash
Representational Image: It will be a 5-hour extravaganza, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Curated F&B experience, SFX colours, experimental sound to be top priority at the first Sunburn Live event since lockdown

OT Staff
March 17 , 2021
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Sunburn, Asia’s largest dance music brand, is all set to celebrate the Festival of Colors – Holi with a three-city ‘Sunburn Holi Weekend’ Bash.

One of dance music world’s most famous artist duo, Vini Vici, will be making their way to India to perform at the Sunburn Holi Weekend celebrations across the cities of Delhi at the DLF Avenue on March 26, Bengaluru on March 28, at the Acre and at the Barrel Yan Tree in Goa on March 29, 2021. The triple-day event will strictly follow all applicable COVID-19 state government protocols to ensure safety as its top priority.

It is slated to be a 5-hour non-stop musical entertainment extravaganza. 

Other popular artists who will be performing at the events include Progressive Brothers, Ravetek and Basspatch in Delhi, DJ Ivan, Shiva Manvi and V-Vek in Bengaluru, and DJs Omen, Tanishq and Zaff in Goa.

 
 
 
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Expect the usual splash of SFX colours and pyrotechnics, and curated F&B experiences.

Comprehensive plans have been drawn up to ensure that the city events are in line with the guidelines for the outdoor shows as specified in the Government Unlock programme.

Each show will host a limited gathering as per government rules applicable to each state, city, and / or district.

 

Vini Vici, the Israeli duo will be playing at the event

Vini Vici, the Israeli duo, specialising in Psytrance music, and currently ranked 24 in the esteemed global Top 100 DJ Mag list, are renowned for putting on a dramatic foot-tapping electrifying show, with non-stop high octane energy from the very start up to the last second of their sets. 

 
 
 
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Karan Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Percept Live says, “The pandemic put a complete pause on live events in India. But with the Government Unlock procedures permitting ground events, we figured it’s time to restart our live shows, and what better than the occasion of Holi – the festival of Spring, Hope, Renewal and Rebirth.”


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