The EDM scene’s big guns took the stage on the third day of the Ola Sunburn Festival 2017, with the Tata Sky Mobile App streaming every pulsating beat spinning out from their turntables live to music lovers across the country.

Popular American DJ KSHMR, along with other international acts like Clean Bandit and Will Atkinson, and popular Indian artists like Nucleya and Anish Sood churned out their grooviest tracks, upping the tempo at the year’s biggest party.

Indian EDM act DJ Chico got proceedings underway at the Ola Stage before handing over to another Indian artist duo Rave N Crave, followed by Zenith, NDS, deep house artist Kenn Colt and the versatile producer Will Atkinson.

At the Empire of the Sun 2.0 stage, electronic music duo Progressive Brothers lit up the evening with their rhythms. They were followed by Indian DJ Anish Sood, who has performed with some of the world’s biggest EDM acts. British electronic music group Clean Bandits were next and really got the crowd going with their performance of their big hit ‘Rockabye’. Taking over from them, was the hugely popular Indian act Nucleya, who set the stage for KSHMR, the final act of the night. The artist left the crowd wanting more as he churned out track after track of crowd-rocking numbers.

Every throbbing beat from the opening day of Ola Sunburn 2017 was streamed live on Tata Sky’s mobile app. India’s leading content distribution platform has tied up with the festival, one of the largest in the world, to bring its eclectic mix of music, entertainment, experiences, celebration and lifestyle straight to the smartphone.

Apart from streaming every second of the action from each of the festival’s four days live, the app, open to all users including non-subscribers, will also showcase nearly 500 hours of additional content, including after movies, artist interviews and exclusive backstage footage.

The sheer depth of content on offer, which will be archived on the app for viewing after the festival ends, will allow EDM fans to fully immerse themselves in the 11th edition of Asia’s largest music festival on-the-go, wherever and whenever they like.

The final day of Ola Sunburn 2017 kicks off Sunday afternoon and will feature 24 acts, including Justin Mylo, Infected Mushroom, Afrojack and Martin Garrix.

Fans can watch every second of it live on the Tata Sky Mobile App. So, don’t miss out. Download the app now and be a party of the biggest party of the year.