Dancing on the beach

Thailand February 12, 2018 12:00

By The Nation

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Partysan, the Berlin-based team behind the annual 14-day vacation escape Thaibreak, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Thaibreak Festival by inviting 500 special guests to take part in the event running at Koh Mak off Trat from March 22 to 26.



This year, the gates to paradise will open to only 500 friends and friends of friends who all share the same spirit. Separate from the established annual escape, the new festival is an exclusive intimate party. Electronic music, beach & boat parties, breathtaking sunsets, cosy after hours, sports, relaxing massage treatments and food offered by local vendors all make up the fun. 

But perhaps best of all is the opportunity to kick back on the golden sands, paddle in the clear blue waters and sip cocktails at the beachside bars.

An exciting international line up showcases the finest in House and Techno music incuding Sonja Moonear, Andre Galluzzi, Mathias Kaden, Tobi Neumann, Dana Ruh and Klang Kuenstler.

“Our vision is to create a magical place for love, music and celebrating life. Our festival is tiny but remarkable. We offer 3 days and 4 nights in paradise, filled with beach and boat parties, delicious food and exceptional electronic music. We have the finest, world-renown electronic musicians, including only the best local Thai artists, delivering magical sets to 500 party lovers in a tropical paradise on the water,” enthuses Akarapon Nateratanakul, aka DJ Superstar Panda.

Partysan launched Thaibreak for the first time on Koh Samui in 1998.

Tickets and hotel accommodation are available at www.TicketMelon.com/event/thaibreak-festival-2018. Early Bird tickets cost Bt3,000 then go up to the standard advance rate of Bt3,500.

For more information, visit http://Thaibreak-festival.com/