Oct 3
~
Oct 4

M Festival

8:00am – 8:00pm
¥8,000 – ¥12,500

The Myoko Mountain Music Festival—aka the M Festival—is Japan’s newest two-day outdoor event. Promoting world-class music, sustainability, art, and outdoor lifestyle, M Festival will bring you closer to nature!

The festival takes place at Ikenotaira Ski Resort in Myoko, Niigata Prefecture.

M FESTIVAL 2020 line-up

Artists

Rankin Taxi
Caribbean Dandy
浅草ジンタ (Asakusa Jinta)
Likkle Mai & The K
✰マーレーズ✰ (Marleys)
Sugimura Lui aka The Tokyo Locals (from Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra)
Sua (from Basque)
The Rodeos
Johnsons Motorcar
Goofy Kinglets
Shige & The Trunk Boys
Moo-Tala`s
Kafka For President
ETO
須弥山太鼓保存会 (Shumisen Taiko Hozonkai)

DJs


Fujii Satoru (Caribbean Dandy)
Txako (Japonicus)
Doc.Koyamantado (未来世紀メキシコ)
Shinji (Vente)
Sasai Toshio (Blast Jams!!)

Artand workshops

Suzuki Shintaro (Suzuki Art Ink)
Kato Yu (Bricolage Landart)
Ichikawa Ryoko (Photography)
Angus Gaylor & Friend (Videography, Film Insallation)

Tickets

1-day pass: 8,000 yen
2-day pass: 12,500 yen
Kids under 12: Free

Safety measures

Festivalgoers are asked to:

  • wear a mask
  • refrain from attending if you have a fever, cough or are generally ill.
  • frequently wash hands
  • refrain from talking loudly
  • keep a distance of 2 m when lining up for the bathrooms or bar

Note: Upon arrival, guests will have their temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer. Those with a temperature of 37.5 degrees or higher will not be permitted to enter.

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