Quest Festival 2016 reveals 40 more acts in music lineup

Vietnam’s premier outdoor celebration of art and music, Quest Festival has unveiled phase 2 of its groundbreaking musical lineup.

40 more local and international performers of all various genres are confirmed to join the likes of Say Yes Dog, Saigon Dub Station, New Fame, Iphaze, Squid Eye and DJ Soup. This year, Quest is joined by Hong Kong-based record label Cliché, who’s heading to the festival for a three-day showcase of their resident electronic music talents, including Jack Byrne, Miya, Dan Lo, Ocean Lam, Ouissam, Rifain, Sunsiaré, and Zac Watz.

Quest Festival 2016 reveals first lineup and program details

Quest also teams up with infamous Bangkok-based promoter Kolour to bring their celebrated festival vibe to Vietnam. A driving force in Bangkok’s underground electronic music scene, Kolour will be showcasing a six-man DJ hit squad, with Coran, Dan Buri, Koish, Maarten Goetheer, Mendy Indigo, and Tek Harrington taking over the Quest Embassy for an all-night techno music journey.

©Quest Festival
©Quest Festival

The roster won’t be complete without local talents: from Saigon’s Observatory club are local DJs Dan Lo, Hibiya Line, and Nic Ford to serve up chunky house, techno and disco while Hanoi is represented by Graz, Maggie G, Quan and Tok.

To see a complete lineup of performers and what’s in store in the arts and workshop program, click here.

Indonesia’s LALALA Festival 2016 announces first wave of performers

Quest Festival returns in a sixth edition on November 4-6 at its lakeside home of Son Tinh Camp, 40 minutes west of Hanoi. Tickets are now available, with choices of 1-3 day passes, ranging from VND500,000-1,320,000. Book yours here.





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