Thaibreak returns to Koh Mak

music February 26, 2019 11:55

By The Nation

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Partysan, the team behind the annual 14-day vacation escape Thaibreak, has announced this year’s Thaibreak Festival as an exclusive 500-guest event from March 14 to 18 on Koh Mak.



The second annual festival retains its concept of a small and sophisticated boutique festival, strictly limited to 500 participants with more than 100 travellers attending from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Poland.

The festival features electronic music, beach and boat parties, breathtaking sunsets, cosy afterhour events, sports, relaxing massages and food made by local vendors.

Sustainability is a top priority in every element of the festival.

Providing the house and techno music will be Oliver Koletzki, AKA AKA, Felix Krocher, Klangkuenstler, Phil Fuldner, Tobi Neumann, Domenic D'Agnelli, Markus Fix, Meat, Niko Schwind, Cotumo, Lovra, Dott, Chamapoo, Superstar Panda, Nudsko, Junesis and Casper.

Thaibreak has become one of the most lookedforwardto events on the island, giving consistently to the Thai tourism industry while contributing substantially to the music scene. 

Last year it celebrated the longstanding relationship with Koh Mak and its people with respect to keeping the island in the best condition, sustainable tourism and putting Mak on international map.

Admission is Bt3,500. Tickets and hotel accommodations are available at https://Thaibreakfestival.com and www.Ticketmelon.com.