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The 7 Best Music Festivals of 2nd Quarter 2019



It has been an exciting first quarter of 2019 with new music festivals such as Hard Summer and Siam music Festival emerging in Asia. However this second quarter is going to be much more epic with what's to come! We present to you the top 7 Must Go Music Festivals of 2019! Start buying those tickets and pack your bags! You don't want to miss this!




7. SangSom Full Moon Party 2019


Headliners(2018): RL Grime, Salvatore Ganacci, Timmy Trumpet


Into its 5th year, The Sangsom Full Moon Party has hosted numerous top international acts such as Martin Garrix, Yellow Claw and RL Grime among others. With Axwell announced in the first phase of lineups this year, we can't wait for the release of the next wave of artists!


When & Where: Live Park Rama 9, Bangkok, June 7 2019




6. Ultra Music Festival Singapore 2019


Headliners: Martin Garrix, Porter Robinson, Skrillex


UMF Singapore has been one of the most anticipated music events in Southeast-Asia since its debut in 2015, the 2018 edition recorded a total of 41,000 attendees and features world class lineups such as DJ Snake, Above & Beyond and Afrojack. In this 4th edition with Martin Garrix and Porter Robinson's debut in UMF Singapore and Skrillex's return since his appearance in 2015, this year's UMF Singapore is going to be more epic than ever!


When & Where: Ultra Park, Singapore, 8th - 9th June




5. Its The Ship China


Headliners: Sander Van Doorn, Ookay, Vicetone


Another major festival in the region, Its The Ship China makes its first voyage from the shanghai port to the beautiful island of Shimonoseki and boast a stacked lineup with multiple label stage takeovers such as Barong Family & Monstercat. Its The Ship China aims to give its attendees a unique experience in this 5 day 4 night festival with various side activities as well as pop-up parties! Definitely the party you don't want to miss out if you in the region!


When & Where: Shanghai to Shimonoseki island(Japan), 13th - 17th June




4. S20 Japan Songkran Music Festival


Headliners: Knife Party, Yellow Claw, Nicky Romero, Showtek


Originated in Thailand, S20 music festival has been one of the staple music festivals to go to during Thailand's Songkran festive period. Returning to Japan for the 2nd time after its huge success last year, S20 with its raging popularity, has begin to tour other regions in Asia including another stop in Taiwan during July. Check out the rest of the S20 Japan's lineup here!


When & Where: Makuhari Seaside Park, Chiba, Japan, 13th - 14th July




3. We The Fest 2019


Headliners: Rae Sremmurd, Troye Sivan, Anne-Marie


WTF! Hold up, we're not cursing! We're talking about one of the most exciting music events in Jakarta, We The Fest 2019! In its 6th year, WTF 2019 announced a massive diverse lineup such as Rap duo Rae Sremmurd, Pop Sensation Anne-Marie as well as other popular electronic acts such as Jai Wolf and Cashmere Cat!


When & Where: JIEXPO Kemayoran, Jakarta, Indonesia, 19th - 21st July




2. Unite With Tomorrowland Taiwan 2019


Headliners(2018): Dannic, Julian Jordan, Headhunterz


Back for its 3rd year in Taiwan, The concept of Unite Tomorrowland is a truly the first of its kind, featuring a specially customised UNITE stage with special effects along with live acts and live streams from tomorrowland main stage in Belgium, Unite Tomorrowland promises a definitely unique experience!


When & Where: Dajia Riverside Park, Taipei, Taiwan, 28th July




1. Electric Daisy Carnival Korea 2019


Headliners: Deadmau5, DJ Snake, Dillon Francis


Known as one of the leading EDM music festivals in the world, EDC celebrates 2 days of arts and music with exciting rides and visually striking stages along with world class DJ lineups. After its success in japan and china during 2018, EDC finally lands in korea this 2019 with a massive lineup that would put a grin on any EDM fans faces!


When & Where: Seoul Land, Gwacheon-si, South Korea, August 31st - September 1st

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