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Vietnam’s Equation festival, with stage in limestone cave, returns this April

Powder, Wata Igarashi and Cora are among the names set to play the festival

Vietnam’s Equation festival, with stage in limestone cave, returns this April
Alyona Kuznetsova

Equation festival in Vietnam, which will include a stage set in a limestone cave, will return this April. 

The festival will take place between 7th–9th April 2023 across two dancefloors. During the day, attendees will party in the green fields by Mai Chau lodge. At night, the festival will move into the 25-metre-high Mỏ Luông limestone cave, filled with imposing stalactites.

The 1000-capacity festival will take place approximately three hours away from the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, and will include acts like Powder, Wata Igarashi, Cora, Skatebård, Di Linh, and BongBongQuayQuay. 

The event will also include daytime activities like yoga, as well as a sound healing session by Mỹ Anh. More acts are expected to be announced for the three-day boutique festival, celebrating quality dance music from Asia and the world, next month. 

Last year, the festival successfully returned after a four-year hiatus. Curated by the people behind Savage in Hanoi and Cliché Records and Fragrant Harbour in Hong Kong, attendees can expect a fusion of regional talents and international acts, spanning house, techno, disco, funk and other genres. 

Early bird tickets for the festival are available to order now via the Equation Festival website