Photo credit: NTUC CLUB

Wild Wild Wet’s Songkran Music Festival returns from Apr 14 to 15

The festival will showcase water jet and light displays.

Sherlyn Sim

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Published: 10 February 2023, 5:29 PM

The Songkran Music Festival is making a return at Wild Wild Wet from Apr 14 to 15.

Organised by NTUC Club, it is one of Downtown East’s signature events since its first run in 2019.

The festival will feature Malaysian DJ Amber Na, who is ranked number 33 on the top 100 female DJs list globally, and Dutch DJ Headhunterz, known for his hardstyle genre. 

Joining them is DJ Ada and MC Nikii from China, as well as local DJs Sakura, Q Doll, Sforla, Dash, JOERU and Inquisitive.


The DJs in the top row will perform on the first day, while the DJs on the row below will perform on the second day. PHOTO CREDIT: NTUC CLUB


This year’s festival is expected to draw 5,000 music fans, up from the 2,000 attendees in 2019. Festival-goers can enjoy water jet and light displays as well as food and bar stalls during the event.

Nearby, Downtown East also offers six Thai eateries: Co+Nut+Ink, Tuk Tuk Cha, Kin Kao Young, Sakon Thai, SiamSquare Mookata and The Basil Inn.

Early-bird tickets for the festival start at $58, and can be purchased via Wild Wild Wet’s website. All ticket holders are entitled to one Singha beer per day and same-day entry to Wild Wild Wet. 

All attendees must be 18 years old and above, and there will be verification of ID at the door.

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