This year marks the 10th anniversary of the most prestigious outdoor dance music festival in South East Asia, that is Zoukout 2010 in Singapore! It’s that time again to get your rave on to celebrate 10 pivotal years in music, dance and art on Siloso Beach. Read on for the lineup…
This milestone year for the ultimate outdoor rave has a fittingly stellar lineup. Headlining is the missing link between the electronic scene and the mainstream, David Guetta alongside a man who needs no introduction; DJ Tiesto whose trance music is essential earwax for all electronic music lovers. German music veterans Booka Shade will be performing live, as well as Holland’s homeboy Laidback Luke, Dubfire, Dennis Ferrer, Afrojack, LindstrÃ¸m, Seth Troxler, Midnight Juggernaughts and Jazzy Jeff feat. MC Skillz! Zoukout is one the most eagerly anticipated events this side of the globe, and with this lineup there’s a whole lot to look forward to catering for every type of music head and party reveller.
This year there will be 3 huge music arenas with each tent dropping different beats to suit whatever your music taste may be. Last year a whopping 27,000 party goers rocked up to Zoukout and had the time of their lives, and this year will be no different. So get on your bathers (though no swimming is allowed!) and your craziest rave gear, and party your hardest from dusk til dawn to celebrate 10 years of Zoukout!
Tickets are available from 22nd of October onwards from Zouk Singapore ticketing booths, through the Sistic website www.sistic.com.sg and Sistic authorised agents. The Sistic hotline is +65 6348 5555. For phone bookings, call +65 6738 2988 or fax +65 6738 3988 (Tues – Sat : 10am-3am). Tickets are prices at $78 for Advance Tickets, on sale until 10th of December. Event Day tickets are $88, available on the 11th of December from Zouk ticketing booth all day and at the venue, 7pm onwards. Citibank cardholders can enjoy a 10% discount on both Advance and Event Day tickets.
The minimum age of entry is 18 years old, and photo ID is required to gain entry. For more info and updates, visit www.zoukout.com. Swimming is prohibited during the entire event.