Talk about the country’s most groovy and uniquely appealing music festival, along with an infinite pool of memories, music, and cheer, the 11th edition of SulaFest is all set to break new ground on 3rd and 4th February 2018 in Nashik, at the Sula Vineyards. Imagine a picture-perfect setting, lusty sunsets, resplendent with world music, gourmet food, and wine-fuelled evenings at SulaFest along with headlining acts from an array of world music artists.
One of India’s finest music composers, Amit Trivedi, who has bagged a number of accolades for his contribution in Indian music industry, will be one of the headliners for the festival. The headlining acts also include the famed English electronic-folk band Crystal Fighters, the multiple award-winning, Parov Stelar aka the founder of the genre, ‘Electro Swing’, British band The Beat Feat. Ranking Roger who have lent their music to some big, starry movies, Gypsy Hill, a band that plays an intoxicating mix of Balkan brass, Mediterranean surf rock, ska and swing, Grain, Gaurav Raina’s solo project after the Midivial Punditz establishes him as one of the stalwarts of the Indian electronic music scene and many more. Not having had enough of India, the five-piece ‘vocal groove collective’– Bauchklang returns to the country one more time this SulaFest to take the crowd into a musical frenzy.
Wait, we are not done yet. The festival will be complete with over 100 Indian and international artists across 25 genres and from 30 different countries, all under the Sula sky. Musicians like 8 Bit Culprit (IN), Tanvi (IN), Bondi (Berlin), Alex Ferrer (Spain), Stefano Richetta (Netherlands), Berny (Italy) among many others will make the evenings memorable and crackling nights of music, joy, and pleasure.
Prep up to take a walk on the wild musical side at SulaFest. The early bird tickets are available for INR 2,200 (3 February, one-day pass), and INR 2,200 (4 February, one-day pass), however, the two-day pass will set you back by INR 3,750. Tickets are available on BookMyShow.
As 30 of the biggest and best gourmet food and beverage brands from all over the world make their way to the lush green vineyards of Sula, festival goers can gear up for a heavy dose of music, scrumptious food and free-flowing wine.
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