For all the music enthusiasts, here's a three-day music festival, 'Time Out 72', which is all set to transform the shores of North Goa's Vagator beach into a giant dance floor from December 27 to 29.
This premium beach event is going to set temperatures soaring with an amalgamation of some of the world's finest artists, uniting on one stage to dole out pulsating beats that will transport music enthusiasts into an unparalleled world of unadulterated music and dance.
The event is conceptualised and produced by Waterlemon Events LLP and Sudarshan Entertainment World and early bird tickets are on sale from September 18.
The 'Time Out 72' aspires to give serious music lovers an electrifying experience by capturing hand-picked talent and live experiences from across the globe.
The festival will witness a galaxy of homegrown and international artists performing live under one single roof to deliver a consummate and an unparalleled EDM experience that India has been awaiting.
On Day 1, artists like Jason Derulo and with Nicki Minaj.
Headlining the festival on Day 3, there will 21-year-old Martin Garixx, who has professed his love for India on numerous occasions.
The Dutch DJ is best known for hits as "Animals", ''Don't Look Down'' with Usher, ''In The Name Of Love'' with Bebe Rexha and most recently his collaborations with Dua Lipa and Troye Sivan.
Mr.Vaishal Shah, founder of 'Time Out 72' stated, "The line-up that we have revealed is just a glimpse of what is yet to come. We are sure that the entire line up will make the event one of the most prolific music festivals in the country."
"The festival goers are in for a visual and acoustic treat with the line-up's having some world-class names that will breathe life into India's music scene. We are sure that the line up coupled with tremendous scale and grandiose of the event will leave everyone asking for more," Shah added.
Martin Garrix said, "India, I'm very excited to return to your beautiful country. This time it will be extra special since I will be returning to Goa.
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