ZoukFest was crap. I didn’t like it one bit. The place was crowded, the crowd management was poor and the music was so-so.
There were many obstacles preventing me from travelling to Genting Highlands. First, my car broke down in front of Wan Nee’s house. It was due to battery failure. However, many thanks to Jin Han for the helping hand. Without his jump start cable, we would have been stuck in Kuala Lumpur.
Then while driving there, we were stuck in a horrible jam for half an hour due to a minor accident. As we passed cars that were involved in the accident, I winded up my window and shouted, “WOI CHOR CHU SAI!!!”. That means, “OI, stop blocking the road!”.
The tickets were sold out early in the afternoon. I heard some people lined up for 8 hours for the ticket and found out that the tickets were all gone. I heard there were some pushing and sholving incident as well.
Black market tickets were on sale. I was in desperate need of another ticket. I called up some friends and they didn’t have any with them. However, Hen told me that there was someone offering RM200 for a ticket. Screw him I said, I rather sneak inside than pay RM200 for that ticket. Well, I somehow did 😀
Trying to get in…
Wan Nee, Bridgette, Jen
Jane thinks they’re Japanese from their dressing..but they speak Chinese though..
The rave was held here..
Jane & I
Annie & Wai Keong
Chien & Jane
I dont know who this guy is..but he insisted that we take a picture of him..
Big Ben..looks like he’s drinking foam..
Hen & half a Ping and Wai Keong’s back..seems like there’s some male bonding here..
The rave concept was good. 3 rooms for different type of music. They had rooms for r&b, hip hop and electronic music. I was at the electronic music section all the time. Initially the music sucked, but got better gradually.
Driving down was a bit of a hectic. The roads were misty and curvy. Wan Nee and Jane got car sick. Then I felt a little sleepy as well. Fortunately, we got home in one piece.