It was announced in September 2017 that one of Asia’s biggest music festivals would make its way from Thailand to Japan for the first time ever. Further details on the dates, location and age restrictions have finally been announced for S20 Japan Songkran Music Festival.
The festival began in Thailand back in 2015 during Songkran, the Thai New Year’s Festival where the streets become a water fight battleground. At the Songkran Music Festival, a giant hose is used to spray the crowd from the stage as they get down to raving dance music. It’s known as the music festival where you will get the most wet. The attendance rate has rapidly increased over the past couple of years. 2016 was the second run and 2017 the third. Across a 3-day period, 55,000 people turned up for the event, including both Thai people and people from around the world.
Get involved and get soaked at the world’s wettest music festival for the first time in Japan!
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