Vujaday returns to the picturesque Caribbean island of Barbados, for the third edition of the destination music festival, from April 1-5th, 2020.
A thoughtfully curated selection of musical and cultural experiences, Vujaday invites guests to explore lush landscapes, dance on flawless palm covered beaches and soak in translucent azure waters under the golden island sun. Ignite your sense of adventure, this is not a déjà vu; this is something you’ve never seen or felt before.
Vujaday Music Festival welcomes transcendental house producer Clarian, culturally infused and Caribbean favourite Diplo, Detroit’s most ambitious selector and one-woman funk machine DJ Holographic, West Coast house music legend Doc Martin, bonafide music industry veteran Dubfire, rising house duo Eli & Fur, Sunset Soundsystem founder Galen, the first-ever Red Bull 3Style Caribbean Champion Jus Jay, Canadian electronic music pioneer Kenny Glasgow, the effervescent Lee Burridge, Hot Creations label boss Lee Foss, Vujaday favourites Lee Reynolds and Mikey Lion return with their Desert Hearts vibes are along with the DH gang Marbs and Pork Chop, while house music hero Louie Vega makes his debut. Techno’s most tireless ambassador Nicole Moudaber brings her heavy baselines to the beach, and Montreal vocalist and entertainer Pony will serenade us with a solo set. 2016 Red Bull Thre3style World Champion and Bajan local DJ Puffy, brings his vibrant and infectious style and finally, the funkiest duo and Crew Love founders Soul Clap return with their disco-infused energy.
“We couldn’t be happier to announce our return to the most beautiful island in the Caribbean and one of the friendliest places on earth! Barbados has welcomed us with open arms since we started Vujaday 3 years ago and we are proud to have been a major influence on music culture in the region.”
– Ryan Kruger, Vujaday Music Festival Founder
Vujaday Voyagers will experience a different unique venue across five days, where island relaxation and festival culture seamlessly intersect. The Jolly Roger pirate ship will set sail once again, with all hands on deck as guests dance to musical bliss on the Caribbean sea. Last year, Vujaday brought in a new day at Cornwall House, as the sun came up on the horizon, making it a memorable moment in time. Another festival-favourite venue, is the oldest and most famous beach club in Barbados, Harbour Lights – which boasts an open-air concept, as you dig your toes into the sand along to the rhythm of the beat. Venue details for the 2020 edition will be announced soon.
Known as the land of the flying fish, guests will be immersed in Bajan culture, as they can discover the Oistin Fish Fry experience, island safari, botanic gardens, scuba diving and much more. As a destination music festival, Vujaday offers an unique experience for curious travellers and music lovers alike.