Epik High was founded in 2001 and consists of three members: Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ TuKutz. The trio gained popularity with their successful albums, including Swan Songs in 2005, Remapping the Human Soul in 2007, and Pieces, Part One in 2008. These albums produced hit singles such as “Fly,” “Paris,” “Fan,” “Love Love Love,” “One,” and “Umbrella.”

With the release of singles like “It’s Cold,” “Up,” “Born Hater,” “Spoiler,” “Happen Ending,” “Love Story,” and “Home Is Far Away,” Epik High gained international recognition. They even became the first Korean band to perform at the prestigious Coachella music festival.

This year’s festival will also feature Ronan Keating, an Irish singer and songwriter. Keating started his career as the lead singer of Irish group Boyzone in 1993 and has since released 11 solo albums. He gained worldwide fame when his single “When You Say Nothing At All” was featured in the film Notting Hill and topped the charts in several countries. Keating currently hosts a breakfast show on Magic Radio.

The two-day festival, organized by The BROS Entertainment, is called ‘HAY,’ which means ‘interesting’ in Vietnamese. It will showcase a lineup of the most popular bands and artists in Vietnam, including Microwave, Mau Nuoc Band, GiGi Huong Giang, Bui Truong Linh, KayCee, Machiot, Minh Dinh, Osad, Thinh Suy, and Vu Thanh Van.

Last year, the festival made its debut in August, featuring world-famous bands such as The Moffatts, 911, A1, and Blue.