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Japan: Naeba Greenland Presents Sunshine Festival 2022

Saturday, September 17 – Monday, September 19, 2022

  • Sunshine Festival
  • 1 August 2022
Japan: Naeba Greenland Presents Sunshine Festival 2022

Event: Sunshine Festival 2022
Date: Saturday, September 17 – Monday, September 19, 2022
Time: 3 pm (Friday, gate opens) – 1 pm (Monday, music stops)
Line-up: Ace Ventura (Israel), Liquid Soul (Swiss), Iresus (Australia), ABURA, AJ, AYUMI, Cylon, Daijiro, DISC JUNKY, EMIRI, GROOVE BOX, HATTA, HANABI, HASHI, Hayato, Hisa, i-460, KAZU-P, KanKeey aka TSUYOSHI, KENTA, LAZZZY, MASAKI, RYOKAN, Ryu-Guu, TSUYOSHI SUZUKI, YUMII & YOHEI.
Venue: Naeba Greenland, Niigata 〒949-6212 Oaza Mikuni, Yuzawa-cho, Minamiuonuma-gun, Niigata Prefecture
Country: Japan
- Early bird ticket: JP¥13,000- (Sold Out)
- Advance ticket: JP¥15,000-
- Same-day ticket: JP¥20,000-
* Additional garbage disposal fee: JP¥1000/person
* Parking tickets also available.

Tickets available here.

Japan’s leading trance festival returns for a three-day event amidst the lush nature of Naeba Greenland. First established in 2013, the vividly-decorated event comes as a result of “research” from its team towards the many types of festivals and parties around the world.

In this year’s instalment, attendees will have the opportunity to see Liquid Ace; a collaboration unit between Swiss DJ Liquid Soul and Israel’s Ace Ventura, both representing the Copenhagen-based progressive trance/house label, Iboga Records. This will be Liquid Ace’s debut performance in the country.

Along with an array of Japan’s finest purveyors of tripped-out tracks, the festival will be decked out by space artist Artescape from South Africa, who’s considered a stalwart when it comes to adorning international music events. Also, be on the lookout for the projection mapping of Deltaprocess from Italy who have worked with none other than The Chemical Brothers themselves.

For more info on the event, follow Sunshine Festival Japan on their Instagram account here.

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