Are you ready for ten days of dance music madnes?!
Vietnam’s very own Epizode Festival is right around the corner, and now the final details regarding who is playing and when, have been revealed! The game-changing festival, which is now in its second edition, will run from December 31st to January 10th and will feature a carefully curated lineup of underground heroes from the spheres of house, techno, minimal and electro.
The day-by-day program kicks off with the one and only Carl Cox on New Year’s Eve, alongside a wealth of underground and local talents to keep you going until the 3rd, on which day Dubfire will be headlining. Headlining on the 4th will be French outfit dOP, with 50 Weapons techno man Bambounou playing with Desolat boss Loco Dice, Rekids techno mistress Peggy Gou and fellow techno head Yaya performing on January 5th.
The 6th will feature with Visionquest’s Ryan Crosson, underground favorite Ricardo Villalobos and minimal masters Dan Andrei and Luciano also playing. With the added bonus of breakbeat legends Stanton Warriors, Sammy Dee and Japan’s Fumiya Tanaka, fans can look forward to an unrivaled day of sounds.
The 7th follows with Pan-Pot, wAFF, Nicole Moudaber and Nic Fanciulli. Jamie Jones plays with tINI, Richy Ahmed and Patrick Topping on the 8th. The 9th will see a day of techno with Marcel Dettmann, Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing and Mathew Jonson, and the last day, which is the 10th, looks to house men Ame and Dixon, deep diggers Nicolas Lutz and Binh, Houndstooth innovator Call Super, Clone man Orgue Electronique and many more for a fantastic closing!
The idyllic location of Phu Quoc, complete with the lush greenery of the forest and long days of hot sun and warm, starry nights ensures that the Epizode Festival is one you will be sorry to miss. Look out for parties taking place at secret hidden coves and beaches, as well as a wealth of local cultural trips and delicious local cuisines to guarantee a musical holiday the likes of no other!
Tickets are available on the Epizode Official Website!
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