Full Moon Party Review
Rymill Park Adelaide
October 10, 2015
The first ever Full Moon Party to be held in Australia was staged on the second Saturday of Asiafest. The music festival was held in an area of the park through the Thailand section of Asiafest which was exclusively available for Full Moon Party ticket holders. The ticket holders also gained entry into the rest of Asiafest.
The festival featured two stages, Haad Rin Nok and Haad Rin Nai. First one being the main stage. Throughout the site you were able to enjoy the authentic food and beverages along with the exclusive Full Moon merchandise.
On arrival we made our way over with excitement for the first ever Full Moon Party experience for the start of DJ Brooklyn’s set in the warm afternoon.
DJ Brooklyn from the Gold Coast definitely didn’t fail to get the crowd dancing with her high energy beats and dancing on stage. A polished set from the Platinum nightclub resident DJ, which kept the crowd built up for DJ Havana Brown who was next on the Haad Rin Nok stage (main stage).
Havana played an amazing set in the early evening and the crowd was now packed and all dancing through her set. Along with her DJ set she got out and performed live. Fantastic interaction with the crowd, including selfies with lucky punters situated at the front. Her set finished with her huge hit Warrior.
As night was now settling in, the Full Moon display had taken effect with changing visuals providing an amazing backdrop. Reece Low, local Melbourne guru was next to keep the party going. He performed an fantastic set featuring some of the best Melbourne Bounce tunes.
Marlo, a Dutch born and Australian raised DJ known as one of the top trance DJ’s continued the party with his smashing hits including his original mix Boom. During his set the fire performers came out to get the crowd going even more. They continued to perform into Goodwill’s set.
Goodwill performing his set right after was the perfect combination jumping into a different style of music. During his set he dropped the well known song Take You Higher which was produced by both him and Hook n Sling.
The crowd was now amped up for the final set of the night with the visual display in full swing. Closing up main stage was local DJ Krunk and HQ Resident. The Adelaide native didn’t fail to raise hands and heartbeats of local punters with the help of Reece Low stepping in to MC.
Overall a well organised and themed event provided a fun experience for the punters with many of them being covered in body paint throughout the day. The Adelaide event definitely resembled the Thailand Full Moon Party well.
Make sure to check out our photos captured by Lukas Bubenas.
Full Moon Party – Thailand