ZoukOut 2017 Brings Flume, Marshmello, Robin Schulz, Claptone & More to Singapore's Beachfront

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ZoukOut Singapore 2016 aftermovie.

The only dusk-to-dawn dance festival in Singapore is back, and Asia's longest-running dance festival is pulling no punches.

ZoukOut already announed headlining performances from Flume and Marshmello. Today, it expands the roster to include the anthemic sounds of Robin Schulz, the cool groove of Claptone and Brazlian techno bumps from Gui Boratto. In 2017, the beloved fest plans to expand its immersive concept, as well as its food village, VIP decks, and activation zones. The beachfront property of its home at Siloso Beach in Sentosa will be as beautiful as ever.

The festival started as an outsider on the Asian scene, pushing dance music where crowds hadn't yet come around. That was 17 years ago, and today, it stands stronger than ever. Last year, it welcomed 40,000 revelers, eager faces yearning for more four-on-the-floor and shiny production. Now, Asia is the frontier of the dance world, and ZoukOut has a unique position of power and experience. 

It comes back to the beach Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9. Tickets are available online. At ZoukOut, you're part of one tribe coming together, united and strong. Get a sense of the magic ZoukOut packs into its two-day event with the 2016 after movie below.