Get ready for some big names!
Vujaday has just announced the Phase One lineup for what is sure to be one kick-ass festival! Taking place in the scenic Caribbean island of Barbados, the inaugural edition of the week-long Vujaday Festival aspires to be “an entirely new experience” and “like nothing you have ever seen or felt before.” To achieve this, the festival itself will travel from one location to another throughout Barbados from April 4th to April 8th, 2018.
The entire festival will take place in a unique location for each of its five days, allowing the first and last days of the week-long journey for travel. The massive lineup just announced includes some great international heavyweights. Check out the entire lineup below:
The first of its kind in terms of sheer scale to take place on the island, the festival is meant to create an unforgettable experience for both locals and travelers. Locals will be given an opportunity to experience live sets by DJs from around the world, many of whom have never previously performed in Barbados, while those new to the island will have a much wider experience than they would usually expect from a typical visit.
There will be 5 primary events that will run from Wednesday, April 4th, through to Sunday, April 8th, during the fest, with the largest event taking place on Saturday. These events will take place at Farley Hill, as well as the Southern and Westerly coasts of the island. More information related to the events will be announced soon.
The masterminds behind Vujaday will be bringing decades of experience to the table in terms of the festival and event space on the beautiful Caribbean island. The team includes industry veterans that have previously been involved in the creation and operation of Toronto based events like Digital Dreams Music Festival, Electric Island, World Electronic Music Festival and All Day I Dream. The founders of the festival have also owned and operated world-renowned clubs in Toronto such as Footwork Nightclub, Coda, The Hoxton and The Velvet Underground, along with work on festivals outside of Toronto including Further Future in the USA and SXM Festival in the Caribbean.