Featured Preview: Fly to the Moon Festival, Thailand

Bringing in 2024 in true style is Koh Mak’s Fly to the Moon festival. Celebrating it’s tenth anniversary across the New Year’s weekend, Fly to the Moon is bringing a plethora of artists to this idyllic Thai island.

Immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of colours and lights as the festival transforms the night sky into a mesmerising canvas. From traditional lanterns to cutting-edge LED installations, the atmosphere will be nothing short of magical. As the sun sets, the festival grounds will come alive with the glow of a thousand moons, creating an otherworldly ambiance that is sure to captivate festival-goers.


Fly to the Moon Festival is not just about visual splendor; it’s a symphony of sounds and rhythms that will echo through the night. Renowned musicians and artists from across the globe will grace the stages, offering a diverse range of musical genres to suit every taste. Whether you’re into the hypnotic beats of electronic music or the soulful melodies of acoustic performances, the festival promises an unforgettable auditory journey for all.

Food enthusiasts are in for a treat as the festival showcases a gastronomic adventure like no other. Indulge in a culinary voyage that spans the rich tapestry of Thai flavors, from spicy street food to gourmet delicacies. The festival grounds will host a vibrant array of food stalls, ensuring that every palate is satisfied.

Beyond the captivating lights, music, and food, Fly to the Moon Festival embraces a spirit of community and creativity. Party-goers can participate in interactive art installations, workshops, and collaborative projects that promote a sense of unity and expression.

With its fusion of culture, technology, and creativity, Fly to the Moon Festival is set to become a landmark event on Thailand’s cultural calendar. So, prepare for an extraordinary journey to the moon and back, all within the heart of Thailand to perfectly ring in the new year.


Tobi Stidolph

Press Manager & inSYNC Writer


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