Sponsored by Bacardi, party producers Loud Minority, Saigon Dub Station, Live Art Saigon, Live Audio Visual Saigon, Saigon Warehouse Project and Saigon Sound System are taking over a beautiful Mui Ne hillside with panoramic views of Mui Ne bay and the fishing fleet. The festival will have three stages and will run from late afternoon to midnight each day. This will be followed by until-the-sun-comes-up after-parties at three of the area’s best clubs — Dragon Beach, Pogo and Line Up.
Loud Minority is hosting the Main Stage, which will feature the best of Vietnam's original live music artists as well as a selection of international headline guests each evening. Seattle-based solo artist Perfume Genius has been announced as the Sunday night headliner with Friday and Saturday announcements due in the coming days.
Saigon Dub Station, the premier organisation promoting reggae music culture in Ho Chi Minh City, is hosting the Reggae Stage. Expect it to vibrate with the best of reggae, dub, dubstep, jungle and drum ‘n bass, all spun by a team of DJs coming from different horizons. It will feature DJs, MCs, live drumming and some special surprises to keep your vibe up during this unique festival.
Movement and Saigon Warehouse Project will present the Dance Stage. After years of experience throwing underground raves and parties beneath train tracks, abandoned factories and courtyards across Manchester, they are bringing their special brand of event to the beach.
The DJs and selectors already conirmed for the festival are:
Selecta Morgan (France); Selecta Ivy (Vietnam); DJ Arlo (USA); Skulz (Vietnam); Slowbird (Japan); Jase Nguyen (Vietnam); Dj Animal (UK); MC Kaztet D (France); KCM (France); King Cargo (UK); Sonar Lee (Canada); Selecta Old School (Germany); K-One (Japan); General Knappe (France); Cheezy Gangztaz (VN / FR); Mekong Delta Force (Live Dub Music).