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Sunburn exits Goa club franchises

Panaji, Aug 5 (UNI) Sunburn on Thursday announced its formal exit from the franchise deal it had signed with Den Liquor, Goa.
Sunburn, had entered into a franchise agreement with M/S Den Liquor, Goa for its brand, ‘Sunburn Beach Club’ for a location at Vagator in Nov 2020.
In a statement, Manuj Agarwal, CEO Percept Live said, “While it’s unfortunate to end a relationship, what is paramount to us is that all laws are complied with. We have faith in our partners that they will resolve the current issues and will be back in business very soon.”
Karan Singh, COO Percept Live & CEO Sunburn, said, “We will continue to bring the Sunburn experience to our fans through our F&B formats across India.”
He said, “Sunburn festival will be back in Goa as soon as conditions are conducive”.
Started in 2007 as a three day music festival in Goa, Sunburn had grown to become an lifestyle brand boasting an eclectic mix of music, entertainment, experiences and celebration that has seeded music tourism in India.
Over the past decade, Sunburn had brought together renowned International and Indian artists to entertain hundreds of thousands of dance music lovers across the country and overseas, and positioned India as a prime dance festival destination to the world.
Sunburn is a Percept Intellectual Property.
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