Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45
Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45

South Korea’s DMZ Peace Train Music Festival brings fun to the world’s most heavily guarded frontier

  • Festival will take place in July over two days instead of four, with a line-up of home-grown acts and no international artists, because of the coronavirus pandemic
  • The name Peace Train pays tribute to British singer-songwriter Cat Steven’s song. Around 3,000 festivalgoers are expected to attend
Topic |   Music
Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45
Festivalgoers at the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in South Korea. A scaled-down version of the event in Cheorwon county, Gangwon province, will go ahead in July. Photo: STILLM45
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