For one night only on Saturday 10th October, Rymill Park will be transformed into Thailand’s most infamous party as ASIAFEST presents the inaugural Full Moon Party Music Festival.
ASIAFEST’s Full Moon Party Music Festival will replicate all the cultural elements of the traditional Koh Phangan Full Moon Party but with the security and safety of South Australian laws.
Festival Director Greg Evangelou says, “It’s exciting for South Australians to have the opportunity to experience the party atmosphere of Koh Phangan in the safety and control of our own backyard.
“Safety is our number one priority and with help from SAPOL, Liquor Licensing, the Adelaide City Council and our security team, we can ensure all security measures will be taken to allow this event to be safe and fun for everyone involved,” says Mr. Evangelou.
ASIAFEST’s Full Moon Party Music Festival will feature an impressive lineup of DJs to keep patrons dancing through the night, with the headline act soon to be released.
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“Plenty of effort has gone in to making this night possible, and we are so excited that it will soon be a reality and a first for Adelaide. Patrons should prepare to be blown away and get ready for a night of dancing, colour and fun,” says Mr. Evangelou.
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