The organisers of Sunburn Music Festival 2017 said that in addition to the police personnel, about 340 private security guards would also be deployed at and around the venue to regulate the entry of visitors and a total of 150 CCTVs and 120 bullet cameras will be installed across the venue to monitor each activity and keep an eye on any suspicious movement.
Here's what you can expect at Sunburn Music Festival 2017:
The music festival featured artists spanning across genres and countries. They include Dutch DJ Martin Garrix, British electronic music group Clean Bandit, Belgian DJs Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Nucleya aka Udyan Sagar known for producing unique 'desi bass', Afrojack, Dutch DJ, record producer and remixer from Netherlands, KSHMR - American DJ and musician from California, DJ Snake - French DJ from Paris, Coone - Belgian hardstyle producer and DJ, Kayzo - DJ from America, and Infected Mushroom - Israeli musical duo who pioneered psychedelic trance genre.
How much does it cost to get to Sunburn Music Festival 2017?
The passes can be bought online. A single day pass from December 28-30 would cost Rs 2,000. A VIP pass would cost Rs 3,500. For December 31, however, the single day pass would cost Rs 2750 and VIP Pass would be Rs 4,000.
There are tickets for VVIP tables as well that cost from Rs 76,800 to Rs 96,000.
Other options like Student Festival pass, VIP festival pass for all days and two day passes are also available. There are options for overnight camping as well.