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Quest Festival 2018 @ Son Tinh Camp

Quest is back in 2018 and we're ready for our biggest edition yet!

Join us for a journey into freedom and creative expression with a smorgasbord of music, performance, workshops and random moments of magic and wonder. 

Over the years, we've been described as one of the most scenic festivals on earth, rated one of the Top 300 festivals in the world by Everfest for both 2017 and 2018 and considered the most significant music, arts and culture festival in Vietnam. 

We couldn't be more excited to present our sixth year and are cooking up something special this time around, celebrating with 5,000 of our closest friends for three days of wonder. Discover yourself... join the Quest. 

 

Saturday, 24 November

7:00pm

Son Tinh Camp | Dong Mo, Hanoi

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