Korea is perhaps not the first destination on your festival hit list or even a clubbing detination for minimal leaning genres, The Air House Festival is going to change all of that. Having been running since 2018, this hard-working team have been slowly building their brand with solid events and an increasingly on point curation of artists. This has all led to this year’s event which has grown massively in stature and now boasts some of the biggest names around. Taking place in the serene greenery of Korea’s Yangyang, Gangwon, between May 27th and 29th this mixture of nature, wellbeing and open-air dancing positions this a new adventure worth making the trip for.
Spread across a sprawling site complete with camping for the duration and two dedicated dancing zones, The Air House has a highly-informed program awaiting. On the Field Stage across the three days will play host to Dubtil, Herodot, Andrew James Gustav, Dott, Mihak, Vera, Z@p, Cabanne, with RPR man Rhadoo closing this stage at the end of Monday’s session. These huge names will be backed up by a burgeoning slew of domestic heroes.
Over on the Forest Stage, there will be an even bigger cast of Korean artists on show with a large cross section of music to enjoy under the sizzling sunny climate enjoyed at this time of year. The music side of the festival being just one key element there is a massive focus on wellbeing, mediation, and yoga. There are even creative bookings dedicated to this practise and there will be daily activities for those wishing to calm the mind, body and soul.
For an idea of just how special this festival is you can catch-up with the 2022 after movie.