Thailand to debut its biggest progressive house music festival in 2017

Thailand is once again getting ready for another epic showdown of EDM talents, and this time it’s called White Castle Music Festival 2017.

After the raving success of this year’s Axtone Stage Live in Bangkok, the team behind the festival teased this brand new undertaking, slated for next spring, with a fairytale-like poster of a warm up event, Key to White Castle 2017.

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The Road to Ultra-esque bash will happen on October 22 at Centerpoint Studio, Sukhumvit 105.

©White Castle Music Festival Thailand
©White Castle Music Festival Thailand

And the headliners? While we can’t tell you who the they are yet, we can say they’re English progressive house producers who once took the Opera Stage at Tomorrowland together. We can finally reveal that they’re Kryder and Tom Staar, also known together as Cartel! The two collaborated on various remixes in the past, including Sam Feldt’s “Show Me Love” and one of house music’s biggest hits to date, Arno Cost & Norman Doray’s “Apocalypse 2014”. Cartel is also the name of the new label they launched this year.

©White Castle Music Festival Thailand
©White Castle Music Festival Thailand

More details on Key to White Castle and White Castle Music Festival will be revealed in the coming weeks. Follow AsiaLive365 or White Castle Music Festival for the latest updates.

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White Castle Music Festival is a reincarnation of Axtone Stage Live in Bangkok, a major house festival which featured Axtone artists like Dirty South, Shapov, Kryder, Meg & Nerak, and NEW_ID, before they set off to Belgium to perform on Axtone Stage at Tomorrowland 2016.

Axtone is a British record label founded by Swedish DJ Axwell.





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