The final countdown for the biggest and best Epizode Festival yet is on!

Asia’s premiere art and music spectacle kicks off on Dec. 28 and runs until Jan. 8 2019 in paradise – Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam! 

The day-to-day break down for each of the four stages has been revealed, with details on where and when the likes of: [A:RPIA:R], APOLLONIA, CRAIG RICHARDS, DUBFIRE, FERRY CORSTEN, GOLDIE. MR. G, NINA KRAVIZ, NICK WARREN, PEGGY GOU, RICARDO VILLALOBOS, SETH TROXLER, SONJA MOONEAR, ZIP, TINI and many more, will play.

These global DJ superstars will be spinning alongside the finest regional talents, such as DISKONNECTED, GABRI-L, HIBIYA LINE, JONATHAN KUSUMA, KERRY WALLACE, MARCUS L, OUISSAM, SEQU3L, SUNJU HARGUN, ZIG ZACH, to name but a few.

Groundbreaking Epizode³ quickly became world famous for bringing the freshest electronic sound to Asia, while at the same time showcasing the region’s best artists, all shaking the beach for 11 days and nights.

The musical bliss will be spread across four specially decorated stages that will welcome thousands of people from all over the world getting lost in the festival’s unique vibes among art sculptures and installations. It’s a place to forget everyday life and get lost in a tropical paradise, get breathless by the stunning sunsets and spend the ultimate New Year’s Eve dancing on the beach to the grooviest soundtrack.

As of Dec. 13, the price of 11-day Multi Passes is €239 (US$271), Sister Passes that enable two girls to enter per price of one ticket costs the same, while the 3-people Group Passes cost €569 (US$645). Three-day tickets will be available at €149 (US$169), as well as one day passes, at €59 (US$67). Tickets can be purchased online via Epizode website: www.epizode.com

December 28

The festival launches at sunset with Epizode³ general producer TYOMA on the decks, followed by THE MEKANISM on the Frisbee Stage. The day after OLIVER HUNTEMANN and BLOODY MARY play the same stage. D

December 30

Today brings bass stars such as Prodigy’s LEEROY THORNHILL and Russia’s first d’n’b LADY WAKS, while ALAM and DOTT will be representing Asia at Eggs Stage.

New Year’s Eve

Epizode³ will proudly welcome the Southeast Asia debut of the super trio [A:RPIA:R] accompanied by the Swiss star SONJA MOONEAR at the Frisbee stage, while legendary Mr. G and youANDme will be gracing the decks on the main stage, followed by the afterparty at Shell stage, featuring regional acts like DAVE VEGA and MARCOTIX, to name a few.

New Year’s Day 

Iconic GOLDIE, BLACK SUN EMPIRE, Hong Kong’s OCEAN LAM and Beijing’s WENG WENG, as well as [A:RPIA:R] and SONJA MOONEAR will all play special sets across the festival before PETRE INSPIRESCU plays a sunrise set on Shell on Jan. 2.

January 3 

RICARDO VILLALOBOS returns after a spellbinding set last year, followed by PRASLESH, together with AGENTS OF TIME and MICHAEL MAYER on the Main stage and Australia’s finest KERRY WALLACE AND GABRI-L at the Eggs.

January 4

RICARDO plays a morning set on the Frisbee Stage, joined by DANA RUH and APOLLONIA later that evening at Mdrnty Showcase, and with GUTI, PEGGY GOU AND PAN-POT playing the Main Stage, Vietnam’s OUISSAM and HIBIYA LINE at Equation Showcase at Eggs and SAMMY DEE and SONJA MOONEAR on the Shell Stage for the Arma Afterparty.

January 5

LAMACHE and MAAYAN NIDAM grace the decks at the Yoyaky Day at Shell, later that night, CRAIG RICHARDS and DJ MASDA will do their thing alongside NICK WARREN on the Main and SUNJU HARGUN and JONATHAN KUSUMA at Eggs.

January 6

The Volks Day will present Perlon’s ZIP and FUMIYA TANAKA on the Shell, followed by the Ants Showcase at Main stage, with RICHY AHMED and DAVIDE SQUILLACE, SETH TROXLER and BILLPATRICK at Frisbee and Seoul’s MARCUS L and Smoke Machine resident DISKONNECTED at Eggs.

January 7

ION LUDWIG will play the morning set, alongside tINI and THOMAS MELCHIOR at Half Baked showcase, while on the same night, DUBFIRE AND DAVID GTRONIC will be spinning at Main Stage’s Sci+Tec showcase, alongside NINA KRAVIZ and DJ STINGRAY at Frisbee. The last parties see Binh, Matias Aguayo and more close out the festival.

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