Hong Kong will celebrate Thailand’s iconic water-splashing festival with a music festival this summer. S20 will once again be held at Central Harbourfront from June 8-9, and will be bigger than last year’s inaugural event. While the highlights will still be the festival’s water-splashing and DJ performances, there will also be a rapper-and-dance battle zone and an expanded wet area.

The S20 main stage will have a Hydro Reactor theme, and will be equipped with a 360-degree loop water spray system. This year’s non-wet area, called the Summer Beats Zone, will host face-offs between rappers and dancers. There will also be three new VVIP boxes for ticket holders, which will have an exclusive entrance, a dedicated butler, a premium wine list, a VVIP restroom, a dressing room, lockers, and more. The top-tier VVIP box will also have a jacuzzi.

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The first Hong Kong edition of the S20 music festival was held at Central Harbourfront.

The artist line-up for this year’s S20 has not yet been revealed, but last year’s event included many big names on the DJ scene, such as Dutch biggie Nicky Romero, Israeli psytrance DJ duo Vini Vici, and American DJ and electro house music producer MAKJ. Swedish superstar DJ Alesso was supposed to close out the second day, but cancelled at the last minute.

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Early bird tickets will be available from March 27 on Klook, and will be priced at HK$780 (general admission, Day 1), HK$1,280 (general admission, Day 2), HK$1,680 (VIP 1-Day Pass), and HK$2,680 (VIP 2-Day Pass). The public sale tickets will be priced at HK$980 (general admission, Day 1), HK$1,580 (general admission, Day 2), HK$1,880 (VIP 1-Day Pass), and HK$2,880​ (VIP 2-Day Pass).

Image credits: S20

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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