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The country's most gorgeously situated, eagerly awaited Gourmet World Music Festival is back with the line-up of the year. At last year's sold out festival, over 10,000 fest-goers had a weekend to remember and this year promises a grander production and even more amazing memories.

From 12:30 PM onwards, SulaFest party-goers can expect a megamix of great music, wine, drinks, food, fashion and shopping in the idyllic environs of the winery's beautiful open-air, Greek-style amphitheater.

VERO MODA is back as the presenting sponsor and will be launching its Spring Summer Collection at the fest. An additional treat this year is a super cool fashion show with plenty of surprises in store.

This year's artist line-up befits a true 'World Music Festival' with the freshest acts - as always a mix of nationwide and internationally celebrated artists.



Early Bird Tickets: SOLD OUT


General Saturday (7th Feb 2015): Rs.1900

Genreal Sunday (8th Feb 2015): Rs.1900

Regular 2 Day (7-8th Feb 2015): Rs. 3000

Passes Available on BookmyShow. Click Here.


Young The Giant
In addition to its popular success, Young The Giant also drew reams of critical acclaim from outlets such as SPIN,The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal which hailed the album as ''a pop masterpiece with well-crafted songs, surprising arrangements and soaring vocal harmonies.'' The band also received rare applause from British musical icon Morrissey, ''Every three thousand years, a band comes along who restore that precious component of faith.'' Young The Giant spent much of 2011 and 2012 traveling the globe, with sold out headline tours, and show-stopping appearances at such festivals as Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Lollapalooza. A dynamic and distinctive live act, the band also made a range of high profile TV performances, spanning ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and NBC's Today and The Tonight Show with Jay Lenoto 2011's MTV Video Music Awards and their own edition of MTV's Unplugged.

Gentleman's Dub Club
Gentleman's Dub Club was formed in 2006 in the basement of number 44 Headingley Lane, Leeds. Having built a reputation on consistently delivering one of the most energetic and exhilarating live shows to emerge from the UK bass music scene, the Gents' antics have seen them astound crowds from Goa to Glastonbury, Bestival, V Fest, Secret Garden Party and Poland's Ostroda Reggae Festival, not to mention the biggest bass-music festival in the world - Croatia's Outlook Festival. Their records remain securely within the top 40 of the album reggae charts since release, hailing support from some of the UK's most prominent underground representatives including Huw Edwards (BBC Radio 1), Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio 1), David Rodigan (BBC 1XTRA ) and Don Letts (BBC Radio 6 music). Gentleman's Dub Club have supported a number of established artists like Roots Manuva, The Streets, The Wailers, Busy Signal, U-Roy, and Finlay Quaye.

Will and The People
Will and The People is a British band formed in 2010. The band consists of Will Rendle (lead singer, guitar and bass), Jim Ralphs (Hammond organ and Melodica), Charlie Harman (drums) and Jamie Rendle (guitar). They met at the Glastonbury Festival in 2010 and moved to a village westside of London where they live, rehearse and write. Will and the People present 'Whistleblower' - 12 irrefutable reasons why they are one of UK's most inspirational bands. Having bopped and pogo'd their way over 4 continents in the past few years - completely self-funded and with no backing from record labels if ever there was a band that can be truly called 'organic', then this is them! WATP are a non-conformist 4-piece band that stick true to an exuberant, integral and timeless output, shunning the pressures of attempting to sound like the latest buzz band - and they've been duly rewarded. The band have amassed considerable success in Europe and Worldwide, simultaneously preserving their dedicated UK fan-base by way of countless gigs and festival bookings. Performing perpetually across the globe, sharing stages with the likes of Green Day, Ben Howard, Foo Fighters and The Police, they have a cult-like international fan-base.

India's most prominent bass music producer Nucleya released a brand new EP 'Koocha Monster' on October 14, 2013 at the beginning of the Indian gig season. One of the early proponents of the now-popular genre of dubstep in India, Nucleya has built on that start to emerge as one of the most exciting, experimental and engaging producers in the Indian scene in the past five years. He has made his mark as an Indian dance music producer, focusing on sounds and textures that are Indian in sound but international in appeal. His new EP 'Koocha Monster' explores global bass and cements Nucleya's position as the Indian leader in the 'global bass' movement, as he continues to look to the future for new sounds. Nucleya has performed at numerous music festivals around the world including Glastonbury (UK), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (UK), Lille 3000 (France) and the Electron Festival (Switzerland), where he performed alongside artists like Diplo and Modeselektor.

Yes Sir Boss
Yes Sir Boss have cultivated a truly original, distinct and indefinable sound that has elements of everything from brooding Balkan blues to horn-injected indie rock, laced with Tarantino spaghetti western style basslines, horn led hooks, offbeat rhythms and epic riffs. It's the ecstatic meeting of these diverse sounds that makes their music so beguilingly unique and which provide the perfect backing for the memorable and catchy lyrics brought to life by the seductively expressive and husky vocals of front man Matt Sellors. Appealing to wide audiences and captivating them with energetic soul, this Bristol based five-piece, have been brewing up a storm on the live circuit since 2011. They perform their live shows with a thrilling charm that has carried them through 5 successful UK tours, several European tours and countless headline slots at many of UK's leading festivals.

Cuban Beats All Stars
When the legendary Cuban band Orishas split up in late 2009, several of its members - emcee Hiram River (Ruzzo) and musicians Nelson Palacios, Vladimir Nunez y DJ Tillo - decided to take advantage of their deep connection and good chemistry to blaze new trails together. Reinforced by Roy Pinatel, they launched a new, innovative project: Cuban Beats All Stars.
These five devoted and acknowledged artists have combined their magic and musical experience to create a fresh, spectacular, powerful sound that is truly without par. Cuban Beats All Stars go beyond the fusion approach begun by Orishas, elevating Cuban music to a new level with songs that blend its traditions with urban, electronic, and tribal sounds and address a wide variety of topics (social criticism, personal experiences, parties and entertainment, Cuban culture and more). There's no doubt about it: the resumes of these dudes are top-notch, filling page after page - you could safely say that hardly a country or festival is left that they haven't played yet.

Speed Caravan
Better hold on: with Haddab behind the wheel of Speed Caravan you know you're in for a ride. Electrified, amplified and fueled by creative fire, the Paris-based quartet charge towards a psychedelic horizon; slaloming through rock, dance, electro, hip-hop, world and other music - blazing a trail with raised fists, a hand brake turn and a sharp spray of desert sand. Haddab is a virtuoso of the classical oud, that fretless Arabic lute beloved of Middle Eastern orchestras and an instrument with a history stretching back over 5,000 years. Inspired by traditional players such as post WW2 sensation Udi Hrant Kenkulian, a blind Armenian Turk who eased the oud into popular music by rearranging traditional songs, Haddab mastered the instrument and took it with him into French global electronica trio Ekova and the acclaimed experimental duo DuOud.

Lucky Ali
Lucky Ali is an Indian singer songwriter, composer and actor. Lucky is best known for his soulful but strikingly simple ballad-style singing and melodious voice. Lucky made his debut on the Indian music scene with the soulful album 'Sunoh', which established him as a singer. This album won many of the top awards in Indian music, including the Best Pop Male Vocalist at the 1996 Screen Awards and the Channel V Viewers Choice Award in 1997. It stayed on the MTV Asia Charts in the top three for 60 weeks. The song 'O Sanam' from Sunoh, launched his career and is considered by some to be one of the best indi-pop songs ever.

Swarathma is an Indian folk-rock band from Bangalore, India. The sound is rooted in Indian folk traditions while drawing on rock, blues and reggae motifs. With a visually electric, high-energy live act, they are among India's busiest bands, playing shows to thousands of people across the country each year. Swarathma's live act is all about infectious on-stage energy. Their act is high on interactivity with sing-along sections, ad-libbed repartee and the occasional couplet. It also features faux folk-horses and band members sporting Nehru Topis. This has made Swarathma a great festival band; they have played at The Great Escape, Lovebox and Larmer Tree festivals in the UK, Parramasala in Australia, Kalaa Utsavam in Singapore and Awtar Festival in Morocco. With music that is strong and beautiful, contemporary and relevant, hard-hitting and tongue-in-cheek, Swarathma is one of India's most sought after live acts.

Bombay Bassment
Bombay Bassment is an urban outfit made solid by 2 Goans, 1 South Indian and 1 African. This eclectic mix of artists has led to a sound that defines the grass roots of each, the outcome of which is an upbeat blend of Hip-Hop, Rap, Reggae, Funk and Drum 'n Bass. Despite different cultural and hence musical backgrounds, the band still manages to pull off a sound that cuts through every soul. Yet to figure out the source of this artistic force, the band is on a musical expedition since its official formation in March 2010.

Kefaya is an international collective of musicians founded and led by virtuoso Italian guitarist, Giuliano Modarelli and renowned British pianist, Al MacSween. Exploring world folk traditions through improvisation, live electronics and contemporary grooves, Kefaya's appeal is in their ability to combine musical idioms in a unique and organic way, with influences spanning across Europe, India and Africa to the Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East. Their sound results from a deep understanding of different musical languages and from their extensive collaborative projects with artists from across the globe, including Cuban jazz pioneer Omar Puente, flamenco singer Chico Perez, tabla maestro Bickram Ghosh, Palestinian oud virtuoso Ahmed Eriqat and many others.

Sandunes is the full time electronic music project of Sanaya Ardeshir - Mumbai-based producer, composer and synth player. From early influences in jazz and blues, to a defining stint with London underground sounds, her music blends various organic and electronic elements into a hybrid zone that lies somewhere between 2 step, post dubstep, and future garage - tying in with a unique south Asian feel. Easier described outside the genre-box, Sandunes' live set, incorporating a range of controllers and instruments has been performed in cities across India.
With new tools and toys, a promising future in AV experiences, and a barrage of live and impromptu FX, Sandunes makes studio meet stage.

Hailing from New Delhi, Hamza has attained a reputation as a pioneer of the house scene in India and one of the more innovative and exciting up-and-coming producers today. Hamza's diverse international sound influenced from his strong musical background as well as growing up in India and traveling the world, living in Paris, Boston, and New York. Exposure to renowned house DJs such as Terry Francis, Dave Mothersole, DJ Heather, and Danny Teneglia inspired Hamza to create his own electronic dance productions. Soon he found a unique style of house music combining deep, tribal, and funky sounds with strong world music influences. Hamza has established himself as one to keep a close eye on in the house music scene. With his impressive list of past and upcoming projects as well as fiery worldwide DJ performances, Hamza is quickly becoming an important and influential talent in his own right. Through Wind Horse Records and his inventive east-west fusions Hamza is working to bring the world closer to his listeners, one beat at a time.

Manu Idhra
Member of MA.MOOD and NEW MAX band, Manu Idhra has been featured by big names from the World Dance Music scene such as Sandy Rivera, David Penn, Carlos Manaca, Paul Jays, Luca Ricci and many others. The first thing that you'll notice is that, with a simple search, you will get access to the full spectrum of Manu Idhra, one of the most successful percussionists in the world on the dance music. Touring the world, he already joined some renowned line up like Caetano Veloso, Coldplay, Mad Professor, Tiesto, Jonh Creamer, DJ Vibe, Behrouz, Steve Lawler, Josh Wink, and Zero7. Manu Idhra, again as he goes up, following a successful world tour, will always be attached to the dance music history. He will always be remembered for offering music fans the chance to let their inner star shine.

Rodney Branigan
Artists are often described as having 'a unique talent'; few epitomize this more than multi-instrumentalist Rodney Branigan. In fact, Texan-born Rodney's talents as a musician are as plentiful as the many instruments he expertly plays side by side.The London-based singer/songwriter masterfully plays two guitars at once, or both guitar and piano simultaneously. However, it is his ability to mix this extraordinary skill with his own heartfelt lyrics and rich, soulful voice that have led to Rodney Branigan becoming one of the most followed global performers of the moment. A passion for musical diversity has seen Rodney travel the world with his own, inimitable style of musicianship. Having toured his native America coast-to-coast, Rodney's desire to share his fusion of organic progressive folk with undertones of rock, flamenco, classical, bluegrass and jazz have also seen him play China as well as France, Germany and Switzerland; earning him love from new fans and respect from established musicians alike. Rodney Branigan the songwriter is a truly gifted man. Rodney Branigan the performer has to be seen to be believed. The headline act at The Isle of Bute International Guitar Festival in 2011, Rodney has featured on the same line-up as Jethro Tull and Billy Bragg; as well as electrifying the crowds at that most iconic of all festivals, Glastonbury.




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  1. The ticket rate are subject to change and available on third party website and are governed by their terms & conditions.
  2. Gates open at 12:30 PM.
  3. This ticket admits only one person and will be exchanged for a wristband.
  4. Wristbands are non-transferable and must be worn at all times. If the band is taken off or misplaced, a replacement band will not be issued.
  5. Anyone found in the fest premises without a valid wristband will result in eviction.
  6. Please ensure you carry your ticket/e-ticket to the fest. The ticket will not be refunded if lost/stolen, if you choose to not attend the event, if your ticket has been duplicated or altered with, if there are any changes in the advertised program.
  7. Beware of counterfeit tickets; the ticket is only valid when purchased from official agents. Tickets bought from other sources will be refused admission.
  8. The ticket permits one entry to the festival grounds only.
  9. Any pre or after parties may have other ticketing requirements and may not be sold separately.
  10. The event is subjected to Force Majeure. The organizer will not be responsible for postponement, cancellation or changes in the schedule.
  11. The organizers reserve the right to follow the necessary security procedures, including frisking.
  12. No alcohol will be served to patrons under the legal drinking age (LDA). Alcohol will only be served on display of a valid ID proof. If you are drinking at the festival, we suggest you use public transport or assign a designated driver.
  13. Artist programming and line-up is subject to change during the festival.
  14. Carrying and consumption of banned substances, liquids, alcohol and outside food will not be permitted into the premises.
  15. SulaFest is a drug-free event. Consumption and possession of narcotics will result in eviction from the fest and will be handed over to the authorities.
  16. Food liability claims will not be entertained by the organizer.
  17. Basic first aid/medical facilities will be provided. However, organizers are not responsible for any unforeseen problems arising.
  18. A condition of sale is ticket holders consenting to being filmed and sound recorded for TV, video, DVD, webcast and other public broadcast as a part of the audience.
  19. This also hereby grants organizers the right to use in perpetuity, all or any part of recording of any made of the holder`s appearance on any channel for broadcast till perpetuity on any and all media globally and for advertising, publicity and promotion held thereto .
  20. Strictly no trading/advertising allowed on festival site without organizer`s written consent.
  21. No dangerous or potentially hazardous objects including but not limited to weapons, knives, guns, fireworks, laser devices, bottles, will be allowed into the venue.
  22. No object that could be used to damage or vandalize the venue, which includes and limited to paint, spray paint, advertisement/promotional stickers.
  23. At all times, patrons are responsible for their own personal property. The organizer is not responsible for any injury, damage, theft, losses, or cost incurred at or as a result of the fest.
  24. Parking is at the risk of the vehicle owner.
  25. The sponsors/bands/organizers/management is not responsible for including but not limited to any injury or damage that may occur during or at the festival. Any claims that may arise due to gross negligence would be settled exclusively in courts of Mumbai.
  26. This Festival uses amplified sound. Earplugs and hearing protection at live concerts to reduce the risk of hearing damage is recommended.
  27. The management reserves the exclusive right without refund or other recourse to refuse admission to anyone who is found to be in breach of the terms and conditions including if necessary to take appropriate action which includes removing the holder/s of the ticket from the venue after they have entered the fest.
  28. Areas of the festival are built to capacity. Management reserves the right to hold entry to certain areas within the festival to ensure a safe festival experience.
  29. You must comply with the directions and instructions given by the staff at the venue.

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Music Concerts and Festival

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Sula Vineyards (Night Life)
Sula Vineyards, Amphitheater, Survey 36/2 Govardhan Village, Off Gangapur - Savargaon Road, Nashik, Maharashtra 422222
07 February 2015 - 08 February 2015
12:30:PM - 10:00:PM

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