Zedd and Wiwek are revealed the latest additions to this year’s Maya Music Festival, rounding up the international lineup that already includes Tiësto and KSHMR.
Maya Music Festival is returning to Krating Lai junction, Pattaya for a third edition this February 17-18.
Zedd, the Grammy-winning producer behind “Candyman” last seen at December’s 808 Festival, is helming the Pattaya festival on the first day before the previously confirmed heavy-hitter Tiësto takes on the mantle the final night.
Joining the 48-year-old maestro is Wiwek, a rising Indian-Dutch producer best known for his trailblazing contributions to “jungle terror”.
Other confirmed performers are electro house DJ KSHMR, Ibiza’s household name Timmy Trumpet, LA hiphop group Far East Movement, and Hardwell-signed Julian Jordan for Day 1; followed by big room duos Showtek and Blasterjaxx on Day 2.
Local lineup artists will be revealed in the coming days.
Tickets are available here for THB4,000 (General Admission) and THB6,000 (VIP) in tier one. To book a VVIP Table, call (+66)85 225 9225. V
Maya Music Festival debuted in 2015 in Bangkok with Steve Angello and Markuz Schulz before relocating to Pattaya. With an addition of a second stage, the 2016 edition saw local artists such as Thaitanium, Da Endorphine, and 25 Hours billed neck-and-neck with the likes of Dash Berlin.
Maya Music Festival is the first of its kind, aiming to give revellers the taste of Thai culture and the burst of sensational Western music. “Our objective is to combine the modern day music with the ancient Thai art, which is featured in the festival through out its very unique and astonishing stage design,” said creator Feel Corporation. “We strive to represent Thailand in the top international festival and production market.”
Watch Maya Music Festival’s 2016 aftermovie below.