Nikhil Chinapa Announced New EDM Festival To Compete Sunburn Goa
Now, he announced a second big news from his side in which he revealed the launching a new Electronic Dance Music Festival in Goa which will held at the time of Sunburn Goa this year. Reports says, this festival will be of 5 days, i.e. from 26th to 30th of December.
He wrote in a note on Facebook “If you’ve made plans to come to Goa in December, don’t change them. Pearl and I will both be in Goa from the 26th to the 30th of December, first at a NEW music festival on Candolim beach and then finishing up with our traditional Submerge Sessions and Annual at Zanzibar and Tito’s. You will have more news on this new project from it’s partners by tomorrow morning.“
We all know, Nikhil Chinapa was the man behind Sunburn success and he was the guy who actually started Sunburn Festival in Goa. Now Shailendra Singh is the owner of the brand and as per the last note of Nikhil Chinapa on Facebook, he have been pushed out. He also said that he is currently working on Submerge but the main news rely with the partner of the Festival that he is going to organize in Goa this year. he didn’t gave it a name yet and also keeping his lips tight about the new partnership with the festival. Our best guess is the America’s biggest electronic festival EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival).
The organizers of LIVE Viacom 18 released a media state “Their international festival company partner’s previous events in locations such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Puerto Rico, and London are regarded as some of the world’s best and have consistently delivered an electrifying carnival atmosphere.” And about the international partners, Nikhil Chinapa says “We’re also working with an international festival partner who will help us bring some of the global experiences we hope to include in this festival. These plans will unfold over the next few weeks, but I can tell you that they’re looking good and I’m really looking forward to it.“
When talked about the crowd and stability of the festival, Nikhil Chinapa said “I do not want to sell 30,000 tickets. This festival is for people who are closely connected to dance music. Also, I’m quite clear that this isn’t a music festival for people who want to take their shirts off and ogle at or grope women. I intend to action a zero tolerance policy to make sure that not only do women feel safe, but their friends too feel like they don’t always have to keep an eye out for them.“
The tickets and lineup will be announced by the next week. Make sure to check our website frequently to get all the details about this event.