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Epizode³ announces second wave of acts including Mr. G (live), tINI, Apollonia and many more



As we’ve previously mentioned the sensational Epizode³, the most immersive music and art festival in the world will be running from December 28th 2018 to January 8th 2019 in Vietnam’s magical Phu Quoc island.

Now, the latest names have been added to their epic lineup and includes a mix of hot new artists and world-class legends such as Apollonia, Bill Patrick, Dan Andrei, Dewalta, DJ Masda, Ferry Corsten, Fumiya Tanaka, Mahony, Mr. G (LIVE), Nick Warren, Oliver Huntemann, Red Axes, Sammy Dee, Shaded, TiNi and Youandme.

They will be playing alongside some of the most exciting Europe, Asia and Australia talents, including Tyoma (Live), Fonarev, Mashkov, Jake Hough, Kerry Wallace, Marcus L, Miiia, Nick Ford, Ocean Lam, Sunny W, Weng Weng and Zig Zach. All these names are on top of the first wave stars including Nina Kraviz, Praslesh, Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler, Sonja Moonear and ZIP, and many more.

They will all play a series of day and night parties on impressively designed stages on beaches in Phu Quoc paradise, off the West coast of Vietnam. This island’s tropical scenery which boasts white sand beaches and plenty of jungle landscapes, make it like no other festival site in the world, and the whole location is an enchanting one, with masterpiece art installations dotted about.

Price of 11-day Multi Passes is €169, Sister Passes that enable two girls to enter per price of one ticket costs the same, while the 3-people Group Passes cost €397. Tickets can be purchased online via Epizode website: www.epizode.com


Lineup (in alphabetical order)

Bill Patrick
Dan Andrei
Denis Kaznacheev
DJ Masda
Ferry Corsten
Fumiya Tanaka
Hibiya Line
Jake Hough
Kerry Wallace
Marcus L
Mr. G (LIVE)
Nick Ford
Nick Warren
Nina Kraviz
Ocean Lam
Oliver Huntemann
Red Axes
Ricardo Villalobos
Sammy Dee
Seth Troxler
Sofia Rodina
Sonja Moonear
Sunju Hargun
Sunny W
Tyoma (LIVE)
Weng Weng
Zig Zach

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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