Riding high on the success of its first edition in March last year, the large-scale trance music event Transmission Festival Asia will return to Bangkok in March 17 next year at Bitec, organisers have announced.
The confirmed artists at this stage include Ferry Corsten who will be returning to Bangkok to perform his Gouryella 2.0, the second chapter to his revival Gouryella project, and Ben Nicky, self-proclaimed “bad boy” of Trance known for his versatile music style.
Transmission Festival Asia will be featuring the new theme ‘The Spirit of The Warrior’ which will premiere in Prague, Czech Republic on November 25. The Biggest Indoor Festival in Central-Europe will once again bring a production crew of 25 men to present the newest show to Bangkok’s Bitec halls.
Transmission organisers, Czech Republic-based United Music Events and Thailand’s Create Intelligence, will once again combine their unique storytelling approach with best-in-class stage and audio visual production. Under the ‘The Spirit of The Warrior’ show, the audiences will be inspired to search for the energy required to conquer everyday challenges and achieve goals. The story revolves around reaching deep within the self and unveiling a code to master the courage of ancient warriors and the six virtues that define the spirit of the warrior: strength, vision, unity, honour, discipline, and courage.
On November 11, early bird tickets will be released at Bt2,500 for general admission and Bt4,500 for VIP. Guests are invited to register on www.Transmission.events/th for latest information and updates on the event details, special promotions, hotel packages and artist line-up. The selected 1,000 guests who register by November 8 will receive a discount code of Bt500 applicable for general admission tickets. Limited VVIP cabana plus entrance for 10 guests will also be available. Contact email@example.com for enquiries.
For more information, go to www.Transmission.events/th