You heard it here first, Thailand is staging a musical coup on Quest Festival this month.

With a strong focus on providing an international platform to some of the region’s best performers, this year Quest Festival has cast its attention to Thailand and assembled a staggering league of talents to perform at its 2017 edition on Friday-Sunday, November 10-12.

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The festival has added 13 Thai and Thailand-based performers as part of an already huge lineup hosting more than 120 plus local and international artists, including electronic darlings X0809, who’ll be taking over the main stage Friday night.


Chiang Mai’s Dead as Disco will be delivering an action-packed set on Saturday while Quest alumnus and disco whiz Tekayu Harrington returns with his new project, Slum Disco Sound System, along with the Nite Ride crew and Gramaphone Children.

It’s not all disco and funk. The cream of Bangkok’s electronic music will also be making the pilgrimage to Quest, namely the prolific Sunju Hargun, Bahtik (a techno side project of local powerhouse Dan Buri), DOTT, Koish, DJ Instinct, Juany Bravo, Point and Shoot, ikono, and Myle.

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For full international lineup and program details, visit here.

The seventh installment of Quest Festival is taking place on November 10-12 at Son Tinh Camp, Hanoi. Phase three tickets are now available through Ticketbox, ranging from VND600,000-1,600,000.