After a three-year hiatus, the massive electronic music festival will be returning to the mountainous region of Khao Yai with a whopping 10 stages on November 27-29.

Festivalgoers in Asia setting their sights on the next major music festival won’t have to continue waiting under lockdown any longer as Mystic Valley Festival is making a comeback later this year on November 27-29.

Once again, the second edition of Thailand’s electronic music festival will be taking place in the lush, mountainous region of Khao Yai at the Mountain Creek Resort.

In terms of music, there will be something for everybody as the three-day event will feature 10 stages of diverse music genres. In addition, the festival will also include tropical pool areas which will be perfect for chilling out with friends as well as food stalls to keep your bellies full throughout each night.

However, due to the ongoing unpredictability of the COVID-19 situation, all ticket holders will be entitled to a full refund should any issue arise in the cancellation and postponement of the event.

To comply with current government regulations, capacity for the event will be limited.

“Each of our stages will be specially curated for the best experience, with a combination for all various music tastes. We will do our best to get the best possible artist line-up, but due to the current quarantine rules, we cannot guarantee the proportion of our international artists,” reads part of the statement.

Read the festival’s full statement on Facebook below.

Despite these factors beyond the festival’s control, Thailand is ripe with talented DJs in the region, and the experienced management and creative teams are set on delivering a festival experience in the region that will be remembered for years to come.

Expect more details in the coming weeks in regards to ticket pricing, accommodation, transportation, and of course, the artist lineup.

Mystic Valley 2017

The first Mystic Valley Festival made its grand debut back in February 2017 with eight stages and over 50 international DJs showcasing a wide variety of electronic music genres.

Stages included the main stage (EDM/big room/electro/progressive), Sunn (techno/house), TLT (trance), HYPE (trap), Phat Funk/Contraband (drum and bass/grime/dubstep), Dark White (Nu Disco/R&B), Elektro Delikatessen (deep house/tech house), and Urban Pool Party (hip-hop).

Headliners included big room/progressive house DJs Fedde Le Grand and Sander van Doorn as well as techno legend Sven Väth.

Other DJs featured in the lineup included Aeroplane, Alex MORPH, Alle Farben, Bassjackers, DubVision, Elijah & Skilliam, ETC!ETC!, Grandtheft, KO:YU, Matisse & Sadko, Nakadia, RAM, Richard Durand, Satin Jackets, Shir Khan & Kyodai, Sick Individuals, Tenishia, Yves V, among many others.

After a surprise announcement made on their social media channels last Tuesday (Aug. 25), Mystic Valley signals the return of music festivals across Asia as the region returns to a sense of normalcy after being under lockdown for months from the coronavirus.

The dates for this year’s iteration were announced last night through their Facebook event page, and are set for the end of November (Nov. 27-29).

The festival announcement follows the likes of other major EDM festivals in the region including S2O Taiwan which is slated to commence this coming weekend and features international DJs such as Vini Vici, Afrojack, Kaskade, Don Diablo, Danny Avila and Mike Williams as headliners.

For updates, be sure to follow Mystic Festival Thailand on Facebook.

All photos courtesy of Epitome Collective.