To be held in the luscious vineyards of Nashik, SulaFest returns for its 10th edition; and this time around with one additional day of love, music, food, drinks and more! All set to take you far away from the daily monotony of your humdrum life, this, one of the coolest festivals around, will be held from 3rd-5th February 2017, in the Sula Vineyards of Nashik. It's a perfect celebration of fine wine, good music, delicious food and lavishness! Over the years, SulaFest has brilliantly explored elements no other festival in India has – Music, Culture, Art, Food and Fashion. People from all over the country flock to the Sula vineyards to experience the fun and frolic of this event in Nashik!
What began in 2008 as a day-long concert in the beautiful vineyards of Sula in Nashik, has now evolved into India's most vibrant vineyard festival. From a day long event, it has now become a three day festival where you can expect mega-mix of great music, wine, drinks, food, fashion and shopping in the idyllic environs. Set in the beautiful Sula Vineyards this fest is not just about wine! With irresistible music performances by artists from across the globe, wine lovers get musically intoxicated here. Every year SulaFest brings to India some of the biggest International musical legends. Camping is also one of the elements you can look forward to in the Sula Fest. The camp city is located amidst cool and serene vineyards.
The line-up of artists at SulaFest has been getting bigger and better with each subsequent year! This year as well, expect the unexpected. The artists who are performing this year at the Sula Fest include some top headliners like UK-based Afro Celt Sound System, Bosnian band Dubioza kolektiv, our very own Indian Ocean and New Delhi/Mumbai based Electro/Rock/Folk /Ambient band Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator. At the Atmosphere Stage, we will get to see performances from DJ Nucleya, Dubstep and Goa-based techno music artist Tejas Belkond and Goa-based DJ Ayesha Pramani. The Tropical Stage will see performances by Space Jams, French DJ Shy-O, Bahrain-based alternative band Likwid, French-American band Whatever Witch Is, Ranjit Arapurakal, Marc Robijn and many more.
If you have never been to SulaFest before, you should definitely make it this time as this year it's gonna be the tenth year celebration of the festival and it has be grand! And for the regular goers, you don't need any additional reasons to go Sula vineyards this Feb.
Written By: Mansi Gupta | Post Date: 24 January 2017