With just 3 days to go until the 8th episode of Sunburn Goa kicks off, The Sherp gives you a lowdown on the perks of attending the festival earlier than you’d planned to:
1. Happy Hours
You don’t really need to pre game if you head early. Get to the venue early to avail an awesome 1 + 1 offer on drinks at the Bar Stage (from 1pm to 3pm everyday).
2. The Inceptor Lab
Join the likes of Shailendra Singh, Jamie Jones, Damien Lazarus and Paul Oakenfold as they discuss the rich history of the global dance music scene and the innovators that are stretching its boundaries. If you’re looking to expand your knowledge about music, festivals and the business and culture that binds them together, this is the place to be. Taking place from 1 – 3pm everyday, this is another reason to drop by early and watch some of the pioneers of the industry that little bit closer. You’ll need to register for this HERE.
3. Free Workshops
The best way to cure a morning hangover is to get involved in something, and get those brain cells activated. There are a number of early workshops that will facilitate this and you can learn something new while you’re at it. You have a number of options:
– Dream Catcher Workshop – The Magic Of Dream Catchers by Soul Works (12 – 4pm)
– Puppet Workshop – Vishal Agale – Kurious Kid Puppets (12 – 4pm)
– Kite Workshop – Mehul Pathak – Kite Club India (12 – 4pm)
– The Drum Circle with Anand Bhagat (5-7pm)
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Register yourselves for these engaging workshops HERE.
4. Adventure Activities
All adventure activities – Zorbing, Bungee Jumping, Giant Wheel Rides, The Mechanical Bull Ride, The Adventure Zipline etc will be available from 12 – 4pm everyday. Who doesn’t love free?
5. Promising Talent
The earlier slots are usually given to the young guns who are out there to prove a point. Just because it’s early doesn’t mean there’s going to be a lack of musical prowess on show here. You never know, you might see them blasting the main stage next year. Catch the likes of Zaeden, These 2 Guys, Arsh, AlgoRhythm, and a special Shaan & Friends performance early. Check out the schedule: