The Blackmoon Culture in Koh Phangan
…these 3 words are the main motivation behind the famous Blackmoon Culture.
Almost as famous as its sister parties, the Half Moon Party and Full Moon Party, the Black Moon Party – held under the name Blackmoon Culture – brings Mac’s Bay of Baan Tai Beach (on the island’s southern coast) to life with great Underground Trance and Progressive Dance beats played by skilled local and international DJs.
The ‘culture’ part of the name comes from a greater focus on art and other aspects of the party experience than you will see at the Full Moon Parties on Haad Rin Beach. The party has a more chilled-out hippie vibe than the larger and more famous Full Moon events and the music is generally much less mainstream. Limited in size by the confines of the small beach, you will usually find about 1,000 other revellers there, with more of a focus on enjoying the music than getting blackout drunk.
Lose yourselves into the magical realms of music and arts and breath-taking views on the beach in Ban Tai and eye candy with their decoration.
When is it?
Every month, the Blackmoon culture is held on the night of the new moon.
Get ready to party!
Our guide below is here to help you have the time of your life when visiting Koh Phangan.
2019 Blackmoon Culture dates
|Saturday, September 28, 2019|
|Sunday, October 27, 2019|
|Tuesday, November 26, 2019|
|Wednesday, December 25, 2019|
The cost of the ticket for the party is 600 Baht.
How to get there
There’s no airport on the island, so everyone comes by ferry. Ferries are leaving from Surat Thani on the mainland. You can also travel from the nearby islands Koh Samui or Koh Tao. Ferry tickets can be booked in advance via 12go.asia where you can also find combined tickets for your flight and ferry.