Ketevan and more festivals are happening in Goa this weekend

Ketevan and more festivals are happening in Goa this weekend. Ketevan Sacred Music Festival is starting today at St. Monica Chapel, 7pm. Another edition of exquisite music!

The 4th edition of this Festival is on till the 24th of February at some beautiful locations across Old Goa, a UNESCO heritage city. The festival combines sacred music traditions from different eras from the East and the West inspired by the life of St Ketevan, Queen of Georgia. The KETEVAN Sacred Music Festival is a project of music and religious coexistence with more than 100 artists from Italy, Spain, Argentina, France, UK, Germany, Poland, Austria, Georgia, Hungary, Japan, Portugal and India, bringing us spiritual music from many different traditions and faiths.
HORIZONS  22-24th of February at Marbela (Morjim) ! The Mercury is gradually rising and they are getting closer to bid adieu to the cool winter that was. Before the heat gets us running for cover, let’s head to the beaches of Goa and dance our socks off. The massive deck of Marbela Beach. HORIZONS is all set to roll the red carpet for every true raver, partyholic and dance monkey alike. Let’s celebrate with or without any festivities. Let’s just dance to some beautiful tunes.
Games of Goa Festival is happening on the 23rd and 24th of February, 2019, at the SAG grounds in Campal, Panaji. The festival is a revival of games that people have played in Goa over the decades. There will be about 15 to 18 games, both indoor and outdoor, with volunteers helping you to learn and play by the rules. Bring out your inner child with games like Bodyaani(Goan hopscotch), Badyaani (sticks), Vhiraani (broomsticks), Bikyaani (cashew nuts), Kovchyaani (bangle pieces), Sune aani haad (dog and bone), Combya zhuz (rooster fight) etc.
If you’re in the mood for a good party, head to the organic centre of the psychedelic mandala for the Chilltop festival at Hilltop in Vagator on the 22nd and 23rd of February. The 3rd edition of the festival will have world-renowned musicians and producers from near and far going deeper into the dub universe with chill out, ambient & down-tempo frequencies. The festival kicks off at noon with artists like Gaudi, Ethnogenic, Liquid Boom and more, along with a second moon stage featuring some stellar reggae artists.
And surely SUNBURN is back to Goa on this weekend!

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