ZoukOut wrapped up yet another wildly successful outing with over 40,000 festival-goers attending Singapore's only dusk-to-dawn dance music festival on 8 and 9 December.
The 17th consecutive edition of the world-famous festival saw several big changes this year, most notably the intricate stage design. This year, ZoukOut took it upon themselves to build Singapore's first large-scale 3D stage that paid homage to the country, with the main design resembling a lion, as well as Orchids, our national flower.
This year's line-up also saw the inclusion of several hip-hop acts from 88Rising, as Rich Chigga and Higher Brothers took on the Moon Stage on Day 1 to an adoring crowd.
Exclusive acts to ZoukOut such as Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Yellow Claw and MaRLo won crowds over with high energy sets while spectacular pyrotechnics and fireworks lit up the night sky. Meanwhile at the Food Village within the festival compounds, hungry festival-goers had the opportunity to treat themselves to scrumptious grub from Keisuke Ramen, Three Buns, Udders Ice Cream, Red Tail Grill by Zouk, and The Lime Truck.
Another standout addition this year was the inclusion of the 50m tall Bungy Jump Tower and Asia’s only Vertical Skywalk by AJ Hackett Sentosa. This year, ZoukOut also streamed the festival to China, courtesy of a partnership with Tencent Qzone, to over 1.8 million viewers. There were also countries from all over the world in attendance.
With the welcomed additions, and the world watching on, we surely can't wait to see what ZoukOut 2018 has in store for us.
Check out what we captured on the ground below.