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Submerge bigger, better this year

Nikhil Chinapa performs at Submerge Big Weekend. File picture

Guwahati, Dec. 25: Submerge Big Weekend is back! And it is going to be bigger and better.

On Sunday, Guwahati is going to witness an event, which has never been experienced by the city before. International DJs, John 00 Fleming and Paul Thomas will set foot in Guwahati for the first time.

Powered by t2, Submerge Big Weekend will be organised by ElectroVibe, Terra Mayaa and Panache Events at Greenwood Resort.

Organisers claim it is going to be the biggest Pre-New Year’s party in the Northeast. This edition will be done in a much bigger scale than last year.

Fleming and Thomas, both from the UK, are ranked among the top 100 DJs in the world. While Fleming is a pioneer of the electronic dance music scene in the world and has a career spanning over 20 years, Thomas holds a reputation for being a wicked producer. He is the new wave’s brightest star.

Together, the duo promise to give EDM lovers a night to cherish forever. The supporting acts at Submerge Big Weekend will be by Dee, Larry, Arpan, Brahmin and Sev.

Last time when Submerge Big Weekend was hosted, Guwahati went wild. A crowd of more than 1,500 delirious music lovers gathered and the hangover remained for many days.

Submerge’s mission is simple, great musical experience, with the best dance music from across the world, brought to you by the best DJs on the planet.

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