A celebration of progressive house music set in the stunning lanscapes of Gifu, this is a mini nature festival and the perfect escape. Featuring Quivver, DJ Yoghurt, Orbit, Shiho, Anthony Huttley, Ryosuke, Manabu and T-Sound among others, there’s no shortage of great music. The festival focuses on a celestial and spiritual experience, and the warm summer evenings will make for the ideal relaxing atmosphere.
Advance tickets are currently on sale at ¥5,000 but are expected to sell out, with regular tickets costing an extra ¥1,000.
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