One of Asia’s longest-running and largest dance music festivals draws international crowds to Singapore each year. Asia’s top nightclub Zouk brings its infamous party scene to the outdoors for an epic dance party, music festival and social scene — known as ZoukOut.
The two-day festival is now in its 17th year with crowds reaching more than 45,000 people from around the world. This year, electronic and dance music fans head for Siloso Beach in Sentosa, Singapore, Dec. 8–9 for the annual event.
This year’s lineup includes Marshmello, Claptone, FLUME, R3HAB, Robin Schulz, Guiboratto and Yellow Clow, with more to be announced. Tickets range from $138–238 per person for single-day and VIP full-access passes. VIP tables can be reserved in advance with help from the ZoukClub concierge.
Check out the hotel packages online for daily breakfast deals and transfers to the event. Prepare for a 12-hour night of dancing in a crowd of tens of thousands of like-minded festivalgoers. The final party ends around 8 a.m., so plan for a long stay to rest, recover and enjoy the sights.
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