Sunburn voted as Top #10 Music Festivals in the World
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | January 31, 2023 | News
Asia’s largest dance music festival Sunburn has been voted the World’s #10 Festival in the world in the acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100 Festivals Poll 2022.
The Indian dance music festival now joins the ranks of festival majors such as Creamfields, Tomorrowland, Coachella, Glastonbury, Awakenings and Ultra Music Festival, superseding the likes of Lollapalooza, Burning Man, Electric Zoo, Boom, Don’t Let Daddy Know to arrive in the coveted Top 10 spot this year.
Earlier, Sunburn was awarded the #27 spot in the 2019 ranking of 50 festivals and has noteworthily ascended to #10 spot this year in the 2022 ranking of 100 festivals.
Karan Singh, CEO, Sunburn said, “This is an incredibly milestone moment for us and the entire dance music community of India. We are humbled that our festival has garnered such an important feat as we enter the 16th year of our festival. We are extremely grateful for all the love and support we have received over the years; we could never have done this on our own. A big shout out to all fans, artists, government authorities, brand partners and the DJ Mag team, it means a lot!”
Dimitri Vegas Like Mike said, “We have a long-lasting relationship with India and Sunburn! It’s one of our favourite places to go!”
Lost Frequencies said, “The energy & love I always get during my sunburn shows is so amazing! That’s also the reason why I always try to do something extra special like the remixes”
Vini Vici said, “Sunburn is an amazing festival with massive vibes! It's always a huge pleasure to perform and enjoy with our Indian fans.”
You can see the full Top 10 Festival poll results below.
- Tomorrowland, Belgium
- Ultra Music Festival, USA
- EDC Las Vegas, USA
- Creamfields North, UK
- Exit, Serbia
- Glastonbury, UK
- Awakenings, Netherlands
- Coachella, USA
- Untold, Romania
- Sunburn, India
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Earlier, Sunburn was awarded the #27 spot in the 2019 ranking of 50 festivals and has note worthily ascended to #10 spot in the 2022 ranking of 100 festivals.