One of Asia’s leading electronic music festival, Maya Music Festival has just announced its return to its venue of MAYA Space in Pattaya, Thailand in 2020.

Previously over 20,000 festivalgoers from 66 countries have made their way to Pattaya to celebrate the hedonistic experience. Alongside well-respected artists such as Major Lazer, Porter Robinson, deadmau5, Flume, Mike Williams who have also landed at MAYA Music Festival.
The Irish indie rock band Kodaline, comprises of Steve Garrigan, Mark Prendergast, Vincent May, and Jason Boland will embark on to MAYA’s SPACE this year ensuring to sweep fans off their feet.

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This year MAYA Music Festival has introduced 4 stages altogether including Live Stage, EDM Stage, Trap Stage and Pool & After Party Stage and will take place from January 31 – February 1, 2020.
Early bird tickets are available for only 3,299 THB at MAYA music festival website. Or call +66 (0) 85 225 9225 for more information on the event.

Update (26 Nov): MAYA festival announces 2nd wave of line up ft. Suede, LANY, Illenium and Alan Walker

English rock band Suede makes their return to Thailand yet again, accompanied by band members from singer Brett Anderson, guitarist Richard Oakes, bass player Matt Osman, drummer Simon Gilbert and keyboardist/guitarist Neil Codling. Sued went on to the UK Albums Chart and won the Mercury Music Prize which helped shape ‘Britpop’ musical movement in the 90s.
American indie pop band from Los Angeles, LANY to debut in Pattaya this year. Formed in 2014, consists of Paul Jason Klein, Charles Leslie “Les” Priest, and Jake Clifford Goss. The boys released 2 studio album “LANY” and “Malibu Nights” and are known for their top hits like “ILYSB”, “Super Far”, “Malibu Nights” and more! Expect some Malibu vibes right in the fields of MAYA!


American musician, DJ, and record producer Illenium released the most recent studio album, Ascend in August 2019 on Astralwerks. Illenium has worked with numerous notable remixes, including The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Flume’s “Say It” and was awarded for “Remix of the Year” at Electronic Dance Festival in 2017.
After having won multiple awards for countries from over 10 countries including UK, US, Germany, and Poland. The “Faded” Norwegian DJ and producer namely, Alan Walker is back in Pattaya this year for a greater performance.

Alan Walker