DJ Charlotte de Witte, Masego, SG Lewis and more to celebrate the festival's fifth birthday. 

Kolour promised next year’s event would be bigger and better than ever before—now, it’s finally time for the big reveal, and it doesn’t disappoint.

Breakthrough Belgian techno DJ Charlotte de Witte has been announced to headline Kolour in the Park. After finding her sound under the male pseudonym Raving George, under which she managed to clock up an impressive 16-million views and counting on the 2015 release “You’re Mine,” she has this year graced the stages of world-renowned festivals including Tomorrowland, Oasis and Awakenings under her real name.

Kingston-born genre-bending Masego is next on the bill, set to bring his self-proclaimed “TrapHouseJazz” sounds as heard in his smash collaboration with FKJ, “Tadow.” He’ll be followed by the UK’s SG Lewis, known for dance/electro hits like “Warm,” “No Less” and “Shivers.”

Also joining the party will be South African dance/electronic artist Floyd Lavine, Portland-based disco, funk and R&B producer Yung Bae, NY and Ibiza-based house DJ/producer Eskuche, Romanian electronic musician ATMA, American ghetto house music producer Juany Bravo and Bangkok’s deep house and melodic techno live act Peking Opera.

Kolour in the Park is set to return to Bangkok’s Thai Wake Park on Mar 2, 2019.

Purchase early bird tickets (B990) and watch out for further announcements on the website.

 


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