R3HAB, Fedde Le Grand, Jeffrey Sutorious and more

Creamfields Thailand has announced its first wave of artists for the festival’s debut in Pattaya in May.

Festival organizers took to social media on Monday (April 4) to announce five acts in its phase one lineup: R3HAB, Fedde Le Grand, Jeffrey Sutorious (fka Dash Berlin), BEAUZ and Pink Panda. More acts are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

The announcement of the first phase of Creamfields Thailand follows the public sale of tickets for the inaugural edition of the Thai festival. Early-bird tickets went live Monday at 4 p.m. local time and are already sold out.

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According to the festival’s official ticketing site, general tickets will cost less than THB 3,000 for two-day passes, while VIP two-day passes will cost less than THB 5,000. VIP passes promise faster entry into the festival area, as well as access to private bars, private restrooms and an elevated viewing area.

Creamfields Thailand will take place on May 28 and 29 at Nongnooch Pattaya Garden.

The festival will only be open to participants over the age of 20 and those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with negative antigen test (ATK) or RT-PCR test results. Free antigen test kits will also be made available on site on the day of the event.

Fans who test positive at the event will be able to request a refund that excludes service fees, credit card fees, and other payment channel fees.

The event will mark the UK-based festival’s first venture into Thailand, having previously staged events in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Creamfields Thailand is just one of three major Thai festivals that have confirmed events this year, apart from Kolour In The Park in June and Maho Rasop in November.

The lineup for the first phase of Creamfields Thailand is:

R3HAB
Fedde Le Grand
Jeffrey Sutorious
BEAUZ
pink panda

Jan G. Gilbert