Singapore’s most epic dance and music festival is back with a bang, with the return of ZoukOut for its 20th anniversary.

Happening for two whole nights from 2–3 December, 2023’s edition of the festival is shaping up to be an unforgettable affair, with a line-up of the world’s top DJs and local talents.

So break out the beachwear, slip on your flip flops and brace yourself for the experience of a lifetime, with the return of Singapore’s most beloved dance party.

Dancing from dusk till dawn
ZoukOut Singapore 2016 main stage crowd

This year’s edition of ZoukOut will feature a who’s who of electronic dance music (EDM) royalty, from the legendary DJ Martin Garrix to electronic music heavyweight Alesso.

Other iconic DJs who’ll be manning the decks over the two-night party at Siloso Beach, Sentosa include Acraze, Carta and Fisher and local talents like homegrown sensation WUKONG.

Partygoers can expect to get their grove on at a full-fledged festival ground with a food village, activity booths, custom installations, and roving acts.

ZoukOut—An Epic Origins Story
Wide shot of ZoukOut Singapore 2016 with fireworks in the background

Zouk, the organisers of ZoukOut, is a 32-year old nightlife brand and one of the island’s most legendary dance clubs, with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. More than just a venue, this nightlife institution is often credited with burnishing the reputation of Singapore’s clubbing scene.

The first ZoukOut began life as a modest, one-night only affair in 2000—drawing 9,000 revellers— but it didn’t take long for the dance music festival to build up a legion of loyal followers, with tens of thousands attending every year.

With its global reputation, the festival has drawn some of the biggest names in the music industry onto its stages, with past years’ line-ups including Above&Beyond, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta and Carl Cox.

The Singapore Tourism Awards has twice crowned ZoukOut the ‘Best Leisure Event Experience’ in the city, and it has graced the international stage in cities like Hong Kong, Boracay and Tokyo.