After a date change and somewhat of a lull with promotions, Mystic Valley Festival has just rolled out a series of announcements that serve as a proper reminder of what’s to come and just how big the inaugural event is shaping up to be.
To start, the festival has officially secured February 3rd – 5th as its new date after postponing its November event following the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej in October.
The festival has also managed to retain most of its line-up and today released some additional artists which brings the line-up to near complete. It will feature over 30 international acts as well as regionals when it's complete.
The line-up of international artists for EDM stage by EPIC Entertainment includes Sander van Doorn, Bassjackers, Yves V, Tommy Trash and many more global acts.
The trance stage is in collaboration with Trance Lovers Thailand and Alex M.O.R.P.H, Andy Moor, Mark Sixma and Tenishia are among the total of 9 artists.
The techno stage is supported by Sunn by the Kolour team and will be supported by Thailand’s own Nakadia, Alle Farben and Butch among many other techno heavyweights. Expect the main headliner to be annouced on next week.
The trap stage will be supported by HYPE and will feature Uz, Grandtheft, Etc. Etc.,Twrk and more.
Phatfunk/Kontraband will lead the DnB stage and host Elijah & Skilliiam.
Lastly, the underground stage organized by Dark White will introduce Aeroplane, The Magician and Satin Jackets among others.
And to officially kick the event off, the festival has secured Mad Decent Boss Diplo for an official launch party on January 11, 2017 at ZEN Event Gallery, Level 8 @ ZEN Department Store, CentralWorld. Tickets will be exclusively offered to Mystic Valley Festival ticket holders at special price of THB 990, and for the public at regular price of THB 2,490, and ticket combination of both access to the launch party and general admission to the full 3-day 3-night festival at THB 3,990. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Mystic Valley Festival will take place at Mountain Creek Resort in Khao Yai, just a few hours north of Bangkok nearby the Khao Yai National Park. The area is said to boast breathtaking vistas and be rife with wildlife.