Where is the festival?
Goa Sunsplash is set on the white sands of North Goa on Mandrem Beach, India. The festival takes place at Riva Beach Resort. It is right by the beach and It is complemented by breath taking sea view where you feel close to nature; at the same time you experience the luxury where care is taken to give top class services. Full Address: Riva Beach Resort, Mandrem Beach Road, Pernem, Goa
Dates & Opening Hours
Goa Sunsplash 2020 will held from Friday (10th January) to Sunday (12th January). The festival starts at 12 noon and goes on till 10 PM each day. We will be hosting all sorts of events and activities in Goa from the Sunday before to the Tuesday after the festival. Making Goa Sunsplash a 3 day festival, but a 10 day celebration!
Festival tickets include 3 days of music and give you access to the festival site. We may provide special offers at pre festival events to ticket holders. All types of accommodation are sold separately by our local partners and recommended locations.
Which outlet should I buy my tickets from?
See "Book Tickets" section.
Can I get a refund?
Refunds are not available.
1 Day tickets are not available for purchase in advance but can be bought at the festival entrance. We will make an announcement if the festival is sold out and we do not guarantee that we will be able to provide day tickets on the door.
What currency do I need on site?
The Indian currency is Rupees. At the festival will be a mix of Cash Only and Card accepted stalls and bars.
How do I get my wristband?
Wristbands will be handed out at the entrance of the festival on the days of the event.
Can I get involved?
We are always looking for motivated individuals with skills that will help and improve the festival. If you’re interested to become part of the team, send in your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can earn your festival ticket and save yourself some money by enrolling in our volunteer programme. To sign up please fill out the from on our Volunteer page.
Goa Sunsplash has a zero-tolerance policy and discourages festival goers from bringing drugs (including soft drugs) to the festival. Public use of drugs at the event will result in removal. Please respect these regulations The local Indian/Goan police takes a very strict stance on drug use. Breaking local law can lead to fines and jail time.