Mystic Valley Festival Thailand 2017 from 3-5 February

February 1, 2017

Mystic Valley Festival Thailand, one of the biggest outdoor electronic music events, is set to take place from 3-5 February, 2017 at Mountain Creek, Khao Yai, Nakhorn Ratchasima. The 3-day/3-night music event will be jam-packed with world class artists offering a wide array of music on eight stages covering various music genres from EDM, Trance, Techno, House, Drum & Bass, Trap, Nu Disco and Indie, complete with pool party facilities and a secret stage at an undisclosed location.

This is the first time in Thailand that the best-in-class party organisers and promoters are joining forces to deliver the best unique festival experience for Thailand’s music and party lovers. The line-up of world-class international artists includes; Sander van Doorn, Bassjackers, Yves V, Tommy Trash and many more global acts.

On the trance stage, being promoted in collaboration with Trance Lovers Thailand, Thailand’s one and only Trance community, performers include Alex M.O.R.P.H, Andy Moor, Mark Sixma, Tenishia, and other artists. On the techno stage, supported by Sunn, nightlife concept by Kolour team, the headliners will be Sven Vath, supported by Thailand’s own Nakadia, Alle Farben, and Butch among many other techno heavyweights.

The Trap stage supported by HYPE, will feature Uz, Grandtheft, Etc. Etc.,Twrk, and others. The Drum and Bass stage will be graced by Elijah & Skilliiam. Lastly, the Underground stage organised by Dark White, the party duo who combine  Disco, House, Rnb, Rare Grooves and Boogie will be introducing; Aeroplane, The Magician and Satin Jackets among others.

The Mystic Valley Festival’s venue, Mountain Creek in Khao Yai, can accommodate up to 20,000 festival goers. Participants can enjoy the atmosphere of breathtaking nature, wildlife and cool February weather and indulge themselves with pool parties, night market style vendors, and an array of more than 50 food trucks that will keep their taste buds entertained around the clock.

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