808 Festival teases heavy EDM hitters for its December return

Photo: Armin van Buuren
Photo: Armin van Buuren

Another EDM festival is back on the concert calendar and promises an all-star DJ lineup.

808 Festival organizers announced Tuesday afternoon that four familiar global names will be in Thailand come December.

The first performers to be announced were A State of Trance radio host Armin van Buuren, Turn Down For What producer DJ Snake, Hardwell (back from a four-year hiatus), and Zedd, who previously headlined its 2019 edition.

Organizers promise 11 more DJs yet to be announced in the coming weeks.

The festival will take place over three days at BITEC Bang Na. General admission tickets cost THB3,800 and are available online and at Eventpop.

Long known for its world-class EDM artists, 808 Festival took a off due to COVID. The festival last took place at BITEC in 2019 with headliners Calvin Harris, Skrillex, and Zedd. Its 2020 iteration took place at the Nong Nooch Garden in Pattaya and featured Carnage, Kayzo, Ben Nicky, K?d, Andrew Rayel, W&W, and Vini Vici, among others.

Subscribe to the WTF is Up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong podcast to get our take on the top trending news and pop culture from the region every Thursday!

Reader Interactions

Leave A Reply


Support local news and join a community of like-minded
“Coconauts” across Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.

Join Now
Coconuts TV
Our latest and greatest original videos
Subscribe on