SulaFest 2020 is set to be bigger and better. Here’s what’s in store
BRB, cancelling all plans
The first month of 2020 is ending and we’re ready to raise a glass of wine to all that hustle. Now, what if that glass of wine is straight from the vineyards of Sula in Nashik, Maharashtra? Or perhaps enjoyed in the vineyards, along with music by internationally renowned artists? Experience all this (and more!) at the 13th edition of SulaFest 2020. On February 1 and 2, as Sula turns 20, this wine and music festival is set to become bigger, and if we may say, better!
The fest’s highlight is its exceptional line-up of musicians and this year, British chart-topper Hot Chip’s first ever performance in India and Salim-Sulaiman’s record-breaking Bollywood hits will be followed by India’s first all vocal and beatbox ensemble Voctronica. Doctor Dru from Germany, Electrophazz from France, and other artists from different genres of music such as funk, reggae, dancehall, jazz and hip-hop will also be taking over the stage.
When in the Sula Vineyards, the glass is always full with the brand’s best wines. Pair that with some perfect tapas and sumptuous pasta, and you have a gastronomic treat to remember. While we’re at indulging, the Flea Bazaar at the fest offers funky clothing items, and denims made from responsible cotton are one of the many fashion products you can splurge on. And if you’re not a shopping gal, you can always stomp on grapes, read tarot cards, get a foot massage, play wine games (the best kinda games, if you ask us), or just pop in to the vino spa. For all the Instabugs, there’s the 360-degree neon GIF photo booth where you can click all the Insta-worthy shots. Basically, when at SulaFest, you do you!
Since Sula Vineyards will be planting a tree for every ticket they sell, we’re going to leave the link to the tickets here: https://insider.in/sulafest-feb-2020/event
The tickets are priced at INR 2,800 for a single day (day pass) and INR 4,600 for two days.