Following the highly successful Maya Music Festival of 2016, once again the mammoth event returns to Pattaya in 2017 with its exciting brand of EDM music, fun, frills and frolics.
Last year the event was held for the first time in Pattaya after moving from Bangkok after the 2015 festival. The idyllic setting was perfect for the event and Pattaya was an ideal venue.
Last year’s line up was full of luminaries from the Thai and International electronic dance music field. The festival was headlined by Tiesto, Dash Berlin, Don Diablo, Vicetone, AN21, DBSTF amongst other top respected artists.
The 2017 installment is scheduled for the same location which is the beach in north Pattaya, Krating Lai junction, Nakula.
The event takes place over two days, and opens on Friday 17th February at 15:00. In 2016 there were three types of tickets for the event; General Admission at 5,000 baht, VIP at 8,000 and VVIP Table at 100,000 for 5 people, all tickets were valid for two days. Prices have yet to be released for 2017 but we estimate they will be around the same price.
The 2017 electronic dance music event will have the normal two stages, the main stage catering for the top DJ’s and a live stage for bands and artists appearing at the weekend, artists that appeared in 2016 were; Thaitanium, Potato, Da Endorphine, Big Ass, 25 Hours and Cocktail. It is estimated that in 2017 that even bigger names are to appear.
To gain entry to the Maya 2017 festival you will have to take identification proof that you are eighteen or above and your entry pass.
Maya Music Festival’s goal is to preserve the stunning ancient Thai Art, show it to the world and combine it with the modern day music to create a mega festival for the world to join in.
If EDM music is your thing then it is advisable to get your passes early, as Maya 2017 is guaranteed to be a sell out as was the 2016 event.