About this festival
The second edition of Siam Songkran Music Festival takes place this April inside Urban Yard Bangkok, bringing a top-tier lineup of EDM and hardstyle icons to the Thailand capital.
The three day party will feature the likes of Afrojack, Da Tweekaz and Yellow Claw across various stages and interactive areas, including vintage markets and culture-based workshops like Muay Thai sessions and cooking classes. It's definitely not often you'll have the chance to cook Pad Thai at a rave.
The festival coincides with and celebrates Songkran, Thailand's most famous festival. A key event on the Buddhist calendar, this water festival marks the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. The name Songkran comes from a Sanskrit word meaning 'approaching' or 'passing'.
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