Thailand’s 808 Festival announces more headliners for December event

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Preparations for 808 Festival continue as the company reveals phase after phase of headliners. The Thailand-based fest has shared the fourth installment, revealing Amelie Lens, ANOTR, Axwell, Boombox Cartel, Gryffin, Slander, and many others. The festival has continuously amped up excitement for the Dec. 9-10 event, with headliners now in the double digits. More announcements are still possible.

Check out phase one announcement here and the lineup so far below.

Two-day tickets are available on the festival’s website.

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Phase 1-4 announcements
Amelie Lens
Axwell
Above & Beyond
Anotr
Boombox Cartel
DVBBS
Flosstradamus
Ghastly
Gryffin (Live)
Justin Oh
Kayzo
Sam Paganni
Slander
Timmy Trumpet
Vini Vici

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808 Festival returns to Thailand for fifth continuous year

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Home to a variety of blossoming electronic music events throughout recent years, Thailand has unofficially taken the crown as the hub of dance music culture in Asia. Amongst a handful of events hosted across the country, 808 Festival has announced its return to Bangkok’s Oasis Arena, for a successful fifth year at the venue.

Curating an ambrosial catalogue of illustrious artists over the past years including the likes of Jack Ü, Jamie Jones and Claude von Stroke, 808 continues to procure a popular array of acts for the 2017 edition of the festival. Taking place over the weekend of December 9-10, the release of their phase one lineup brings Above & Beyond, Flosstradamus, Ghastly, Justin OH, Kayzo, and Vini Vici; a promising and intriguing start to this year’s event.

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Two-day tickets are available online.

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Watch Hardwell stop his set to break up a fight

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Yesterday, December 10, Hardwell headlined Myanmar’s debut 808 Festival in Yangon. Unfortunately, while the Dutch DJ’s performance was in full swing, a few rabble-rousers in the crowd started a fight big enough for the artist to see it from the stage. The habitually cheerful Hardwell took a 20 second pause from his booming set to call out the rowdy festival-goers, saying, “take the fight out of the fucking party because we need to party without the fight here.”

Never one to shy away from speaking his mind, the emotionally-charged DJ sent an important message to the disrespectful individuals: dance music is a space that only has room for love and respect.

While the actual fight in question wasn’t captured by the procured video, Hardwell’s vexed response to the occurrence can be seen about 0:43 seconds in.

H/T: YourEDM

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