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A full-on sensory experience awaits at Bangkok's DIAGE Festival

Uniting music & art, the event features over 12 hours of daily entertainment across 3 stages

  • Adrianna Cheung
  • 5 October 2023
A full-on sensory experience awaits at Bangkok's DIAGE Festival

Happening in Bangkok this November, DIAGE Festival is the city’s latest digital art and electronic music event.

It’s an exhibition that showcases technology's transformative impact on art and design, utilising striking visuals, immersive sounds, and other multimedia elements to redefine conventional perceptions of artistic expression.

The festival comes as a result of a collaborative endeavour between multimedia design studio SquareDots, event organisers ZUBSCRIBE, CHOUX LAB design agency, and Bangkok's illustrious DECOMMUNE nightclub. This unique alliance cherishes the boundless expression of individuals and advocates for limitless possibilities and creativity.

“We are eager to introduce digital culture to our community by creating this free space for creatives, artists, and anyone who’s interested in digital arts and electronic music to share or discuss their experiences before and after attending this festival. We believe this inspiring environment will connect like-minded people and influence each other to step into the world of digital arts and beyond,” DIAGE Festival states.

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Taking place on November 11-12, the festival will feature over 12 hours of activities and performances per day spread across its three stages.

Enlivening the event are local and international electronic music artists, up-and-coming live acts, live coding, digital art exhibitions, and workshops from visual artists and digital art experts.

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Let’s break down the stages: Obsidian Stage will be a full-scale stage with live performances from renowned electronic artists including Nosaj Thing & Daito Manabe, Koichi, The Observatory and many more. There’s also Mycelium Stage that combines audio and visual performances from the likes of Nonotak, Lorenzo Senni, and Unknown Kim.

Last but not least is Magma Stage — a live DJ stage that will feature DJs including Peter Van Hoesen, Batu, Object Blue and Pangeae.

DIAGE Festival will be held on November 11-12 at Show DC Hall, Bangkok; know more about it here.

Adrianna Cheung is Mixmag Asia’s Culture Curator, follow her on Instagram.

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