World’s largest water music party, S2O Songkran Music Festival, heads to Hong Kong in August, 95% of tickets sold out


19th April 2023 – (Hong Kong) S2O Songkran Music Festival, the world’s largest water music party, is making its debut appearance in Hong Kong on August 5th and 6th at the Central Harbourfront Event Space. The festival, known for its 360-degree powerful water system and stage production, has been held annually in Thailand since 2015 and has travelled to various locations worldwide, including Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.

This year’s event promises to be an unforgettable experience, with a lineup of renowned DJs and artists set to perform. The festival offers attendees the chance to enjoy the music while being drenched in water, creating a unique and immersive atmosphere. The first round of performers has already been announced, and PayMe users can purchase tickets starting from 18th April.

General admission 1-day and 2-day passes are available for purchase, with early bird tickets available from 11th April. During the pre-sale period, VIP tickets will be available, providing access to VIP entrance, non-wet balcony, VIP storage & toilet, and complimentary merchandise.

For those interested in VVIP table reservations, please send a direct message to S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival for further details. Get ready to make a splash at the world’s wettest party, presented by PayMe, with S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival 2023 at the Central Harbourfront Event Space on 5th and 6th August.

The Hong Kong leg of the festival continues to combine traditional Thai water splashing customs with electronic and pop music. The first round of performers announced includes DJ Ben Nicky, the top-selling DJ in Northern Ireland, American electronic music duo Krewella, Brazilian Deep house and Future house DJ Liu, and Dutch DJ and record producer Nicky Romero, ranked 20th in the world’s top 100 DJs list, who will be headlining the first day. More local and international DJs, artists, and musicians will be announced soon.

However, 95% of all the tickets have been sold out. Click here for more information.