Int'l DJs to rock outdoor EDM concert in Saigon

By Dang Khoa   April 28, 2022 | 04:00 am PT
Int'l DJs to rock outdoor EDM concert in Saigon
People attend the Ravolution Music Festival in in HCMC's District 2 in May 2019. Photo by VnExpress/Dang Khoa
An international DJ starcast, including Bassjackers and Jeffrey Sutorius, will perform at Ravolution Music Festival in Saigon next month.

Frontliner, Julian Jordan and 22 Bullets will also play at the event held at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in HCMC's District 7 on Sunday, May 15.

Dutch duo Bassjackers are respected artists in the bigroom house community and came in at 29 in recent DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ ranking. They have worked with many top DJs and music producers like Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas, Snoop Dogg, KSHMR, R3hab and others. The group has over 2.4 million monthly listeners on music streaming platform Spotify and their biggest hit, 'Derp', has raked in over 140 million YouTube views.

Also taking part in the event will be Dutch DJ Jeffrey Sutorius, a former member of the Dutch electronic group Dash Berlin. During his time with the band, he headlined many major electronic music events around the globe like Ultra, EDC, Sensation, AMF, Storm Festival, Mayday, and A State of Trance. Fans voted him into DJ Mag’s 2018 Top 100 DJ ranking at number 52. This will be his second time performing euphoric sets for trance fans in Vietnam after his first visit in 2019.

Ravers in Vietnam will have the opportunity to listen to bass-heavy kicks from Frontliner, one of hardstyle’s brightest stars, at the outdoor dance music festival. The 37-year-old has gained a lot of success in Europe and became a headliner at major hardstyle events around the world. In DJ Mag’s 2015 Top 100 DJ ranking he came in at 73.

Also joining the lineup are Dutch DJ Julian Jordan and Thai DJ 22Bullets. Both were voted into DJ Mag’s 2021 Top 100 DJ ranking at number 66 and 92, respectively.

Ravolution Music Festival is an outdoor electronic dance music (EDM) event in Saigon.

The annual outdoor music festival first blew up in 2016 as a playground for local and international music lovers, drawing many top Vietnamese artists and world-famous DJs.

This marks the EDM fest's return after two years after it was canceled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ticket information is available via the festival website and Facebook page.

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