The last few weeks have been ripe with big announcements and coverage of incredible destination raves. Summer Solstice announced they were throwing a party for 70 people in a glacier with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Artwork, along with a $200,000 package for two people to their actual festival. This involved eating lunch inside a volcano, playing golf on a private yacht, and an aerial tour of Iceland.
Then we heard about UK promoters purchasing an entire Croatian Island for throwing festivals and events, and we also touched on What The Festival earlier today, which has a splash pool in a forest near mountains. Next up is an event called YinYang Music Festival, which actually takes place on the Great Wall Of China.
The historic venue hosted the underground event for the first time in 2014, and now more people are starting to catch on across the world with round two. The event takes place from June 20th-22nd, and is set to feature artists like Juno Reactor, Sulumi, Kamara, Adam Swain, Frits Wentink, and Cesqeaux. The Chinese underground dance scene will also have a strong pressure, rounding off a solid lineup.
The 2,000 capacity festival is organized by the Shanghai's Mansion Cultural Center, and looks to be an amazing time from the 2014 aftermovie. You can watch that and other videos below, and get more information from their website.