Take a journey through the stratosphere with Vietnam’s EPIZODE Festival.
Vietnam’s EPIZODE Festival has captured the imagination of festival lovers the world over, forging a global reputation for its grandiosity and sheer magnitude. And when we say magnitude, we’re talking about an extravaganza that extends 12 days, taking its revellers on a magical journey.
Yes that’s right, EPIZODE is a 12-day music and arts festival that attracts the biggest electronic music artists from across the globe.
Taking place from December 29 to January 10, 2021, the fifth instalment of EPIZODE has just dropped its second lineup, featuring the likes of Jamie Jones, [a:rpia:r], Apollonia, Nastia, Sonja Moonear, Richy Ahmed, Satori, Archie Hamilton, Agents of Time and more.
Each of these artists have cultivated their the own unique space in the electronic music arena. None more so than Jones, who’s become a EPIZODE mainstay in his own right – his elastic, more melodic slant of techno warmly welcomed by electronic music lovers hungry for the groove.
[a:rpia:r] are minimal sensations from Romania while house generals Apollonia hail from France. Nastia is a revered techno head from Ukraine and you can expect a special live set from Dutch talent Satori.
These artists join names such as Ricardo Villalabos, Binh, Deborah De Luca, Dubfire, Goldie, Guti, Hector and so many more who have already been announced for the New Year’s event.
EPIZODE couldn’t have established its esteem in such a short time if it wasn’t for its dexterity and diversity. This is more than a music festival, it’s a destination for music enthusiasts and art lovers to come together and unite. Alongside the music comes art installations, workshops and wellness activities that consolidate this experience as a wondrous holiday.
Taking place at Sunset Sanato beach in Phu Quoc, an island off the coast of Cambodia, EPIZODE is surrounded by lush jungles, magnificent beaches and heavenly food. This is where you want to be as you celebrate the start of 2021.
EPIZODE5: EPILOGUE goes down from Tuesday December 29 to Sunday January 10. Find out more about the lineup and grab tickets here.
Never miss a story. Sign up to Beat’s newsletter and you’ll be served fresh music, arts, food and culture stories three times a week.