EDM Fans In Islamabad, “Mango” Musik Festival In Islamabad Will Force To Stay Up Late. Very, Very Late.

By Aam Nawab | 26 Apr, 2019

It seems to be the year of EDM festivals in Pakistan. With a bunch of EDM festivals happening left, right and centre, it is truly the young that are controlling the music and festival scene right now. Reconnect by Mango Musik is no different. Connecting local EDM festival-goers to desi and international acts, Reconnect aims to bring a fresh flavor to the desi event scene. Starting their journey in 2015 with the first ever Mango Musik Festival catering to a crowd of around 1500 people, the third installment this weekend will be boasting a crowd of much, much more.

Get ready to be dazzled by the shine of the “Men of Mirrors”, get mixed in the technology and realism of the “Robot 2.0”, get mesmerized by the aerial performance of “The Madamme” & “Aerial Acrobats” and turn up the heat with “Fire Show” all while bobbing your head to some sick beats ~

Here are all the performers you should expect this weekend:

International Acts

Brian Cid

Via Mango Musik

Brooklyn-based DJ & producer with original productions have found homes on a number of the most credible and taste making record labels. His style is melodic techno, deep house, progressive house and more. Brian has done tours all across the U.S. from Boston to Burning Man and will now be on the stage tomorrow in Islamabad.



Volkan Uça became a pioneer of a new wave by combining Turkish motifs with house music. He named his first work in this genre “Istanbul”. “Istanbul”, which he released from his own label, became no.1 hit on Shazam and iTunes lists in 8 countries.  The DJ performed in Romania’s major festivals such as Never Sea and Untold. Recently, he shared the stage with Claptone. Ayyy.


Mr Nu


Local Acts


Barrister Assad Saifullah Khan aka DJ Barrister is a 36 year old lawyer based in Islamabad. He started out as a guitarist during his early days, playing in various rock bands throughout high school. Later, during his law school days in London, Assad caught the DJing bug, and purchased a set of turntables. Thereafter, he played regularly in small bars and clubs in East London, crafting his funky signature sound. Since his move back to Pakistan in 2007, DJ Barrister has become a household name, spinning regularly at underground and commercial events in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. Over the last decade, he has shared the stage with EDM giants including Sydney Blu, Patrick Hagenaar, Sander Kleinenberg and Jimmy Van M. He has also opened for artists like Adil Omar, Ali Zafar, Akcent and Ali Azmat at various concerts.

Talha Humayun

Talha Humayun is a Pakistan based architect by profession and the founder of Mango Musik Festival who plays music as a passion. Starting in 2013 by playing at a friend’s birthday gig, he made a name for himself in the local entertainment scene.


Nauman Haroon

The event is set to take place on April 27th in Islamabad. Grab your tickets here and let us know how it goes!


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