Trance festival Transmission making Asia debut in Thailand with The Lost Oracle

Major European trance festival Transmission is geared up for an Asia debut in Thailand, with tier-one tickets available now.

Internationally renowned trance event Transmission Festival will premiere in the Asian region on Friday, March 10, 2017, when the brand-new BITEC100 hall in Bangkok Thailand will open its doors.

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The Czech-originated festival will be bringing a twenty men-strong production crew to present Thai ravers their newest show, Transmission: The Lost Oracle, which made a debut in Prague in October during Transmission’s 10th anniversary.

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It will be an unforgettable night as the new show leads the audience to a temple where the Oracle will try to get to know the future by decrypting a magical cube, the Cube of Time.

More than ever before this particular show will be an audiovisual spectacle where the audio and the visual world come together. Festival-goers can expect an extraordinary amount of 18 lasers brought all the way from Europe especially for this event. The 10 23W full colour and 8x8W green lasers will be combined with over 300 lightning fixtures synced with many special effects, video mapping and stage performances by dancers and actors. The Funktion One Vero sound system will be shipped in from the UK.

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Dance music heroes that have been announced so far are headliners Aly & Fila, Ferry Corsten, John O’Callaghan and Omnia. No less than three more international performing acts will be added over the coming weeks. Together with a local warm up act they will take us on this musical journey that starts at 6pm and lasts till 2am.

©Transmission Festival Asia

One of the defining moments in every Transmission is the Transmix, which is a pre-recorded mix with a synchronised light and laser show combined with the stunning live visuals from the Dutch award-winning VJ team Vision Impossible. Prepare for a one-of-a-kind show with performers, state of the art light shows, lasers and fireworks that will attract people from all over the planet to the Thai capital to gather for this spectacular nightlife experience.

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All early-bird tickets sold out in no time, but tier one tickets are now on sale through Ticket Melon. General Admission tickets are priced at THB2,800 and VIP tickets at THB3,500. VVIP access and cabanas are also available. For more information and reservation, contact

Watch the aftermovie of the Prague show here.


UPDATE (Dec 20): Three out of four final international artists have have been announced and they’re Markus Schulz, America’s most prolific trance producer, Czech modern trance duo Drift Moon, and Irish psy-trance hunk Bryan Kearney. Stay tuned for the final act reveal, an official Transmix playlist as well as details on an exclusive warmup party.

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©Transmission Festival Asia





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