At Time Out 72 Hours, there will be a global dance music giant lending its name for its debut showcase.
Multi genre music festival, Time Out 72 that includes multi-platinum recording artist Jason Derulo and World No. 1 DJ, Martin Garrix on its line-up at Goa’s preferred music destination Vagator from the 27th to the 29th of December 2017 is collaborating with Don’t Let Daddy Know.
The main stage at the debut edition of the festival will be in association with the world’s numero uno clubbing concept – Don’t Let Daddy Know.
The stage will feature artists like a lot of big names apart from Martin Garrix catering to cosmic mash of electronic dance music genres including trap, dubstep, drum n bass, hardstyle, house, tech house, deep house, electro, psy-trance and electronica. Festival goers can expect to witness a stage unlike any other as DLDK gears up to present an intense clubbing experience that will see state of the art experiential zones and phenomenal production, making this an extravaganza of mammoth proportions and maintaining its reputation as a must-attend festival for any dance music enthusiast.
Conceptualised and produced by Waterlemon Events LLP and Sudarshan Entertainment World, the festival will be privy to 3 days of a multiplicity of music genres.
The sands of Goa will be set ablaze as 70 of the finest musical act will descend onto the shores of Goa to transform it into “the music heaven”. Comprising of eclectic mix of homegrown artists and global support acts, Time Out 72 will blur the lines between technology, music and adventure in a great web of artistry. Adding a dash of international experience at the festival will be art installations, international emcees, flea markets, solar powered stalls, adventure zones, grafitti panels painted through the festival, chill-zones with the world cuisine. The festival will cater to an assortment of sounds such as pop, rock, indie, live and dance and will feature 3 stages apart from multiple after parties making it an all-encompassing family friendly festival. This event will also put a strong emphasis on security for women and zero tolerance towards banned substances.