Being Supersonic, this festival in Goa is quicker than the speed of sound (that's over 768mph) so it will be over before you can hear any of it. We're joking of course, Supersonic is four days long and you wouldn't want it a second shorter. Located on the shores of Goa's party paradise, it's a welcome new date in India's festival calendar this December.
Like an Asian 'Ultra', with huge stages and massive crowds of sweaty, carefree young people, Supersonic was in its second year in 2014 and attracted 100,000 partygoers with more expected year on year. The region has been in need of a large-scale dance event like this and Supersonic is ticking all the boxes.
EDM, techno and drum and bass are all represented, so if you like to 'surrender to the enigma' of all types of dance music (their words not ours), Supersonic is happy to cater for you, and you, and YOU! Yes you.
Now all we can think about is sound waves and speed and physics thingys. We need a lie down.
Full lineup here.
How do I get there?
Candolim is well connected to other parts of Goa by road, and the roads are in fairly good condition.
The nearest railway station is at Thivim, and taxi from there takes about 20 minutes and costs around Rs.400. Other railway stations are at Margao and Vasco da Gama.
Frequent state buses go to and from other parts of Goa, but if you're traveling a longer distance, you need to change buses (for example, from the airport you should need three buses to get to Calangute). A bus from Panaji costs Rs.10-15 depending on the route the bus takes.
Prepaid taxi from the outside counter on the airport costs Rs.900, while discussing the price directly with the driver should result into cheaper price.
GA Phase 1 - 6096 INR
GA Couple - 10482 INR
GA 4 Friends - 19912 INR
VIP Phase 1 - 10000 INR
VIP Couple - 17193 INR
VIP 4 Friends - 32675 INR
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets available via MeraEvents.