ZoukOut Festival in Singapore

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8th Dec 2017

For the last 17 years, the Zouk Out festival has been Singapore’s biggest party of the year, attracting thousands each year. This mega dance and music festival is one of Asia’s biggest outdoor beach parties.

The festival returns for the 17th year in 2017, with a staggering lineup of some of the biggest names from the EDM scene from all over the world. This year’s artists include Marshmello, Flume, Gui Boratto, Robin Schulz and many more.

The type of music that you can expect to find here includes hip hop, trance, techno and more. The festival takes place on the festival grounds of Siloso beach in Sentosa. Every year the festival attracts a whole host of local and international artists and in the pasts acclaimed megastars that have played here include Armin van Buuren, Jamie Jones, Skrillex, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Paul Oakenfold and more. Today, local djs are also part of the mix with names such as Aldrin, LeNERD, DuriO and KoFlow joining the lineup.

The very first Zouk Out event started as a one night only event that attract 9000 music lovers. This number continued to grow each year and now tens of thousands of revelers converge at the festival every year.

Photo of ZoukOut Festival in Singapore 1/3 by Brandon Jones

If you are planning a trip to Singapore, this music festival is unmissable and features nonstop DJ sets. This year is especially great because you can view the entire arena from the Singapore’s first, and only, bungee tower located in Sentosa. A great vantage point from which to observe and enjoy the music. It also happens to be a great place to watch the sun rise.

If you are visiting Singapore, finding accommodation nearby Sentosa will be a good idea to make it easier to travel to and from the venue.

Photo of ZoukOut Festival in Singapore 2/3 by Brandon Jones

If you plan on going, it’s important to stay hydrated and do check out the hundreds of food and drink stalls that crop up in and around the venue.

Photo of ZoukOut Festival in Singapore 3/3 by Brandon Jones
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