Fuji Rock Festival 2017

Fuji Rock Festival 2017

The Fuji Rock Festival is Japan’s largest outdoor music festival, held every year at the Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata Prefecture. It is a 3-day event that draws in over 100,000 people from all over the world.

This year, the event will be held July 28-30. The lineup includes musicians from Japan and abroad.


  • A Guy Called Gerald
  • Aphex Twin
  • Asgeir
  • Bjork
  • Bonobo
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen
  • Chronixx
  • Dats
  • Dygl
  • Eden
  • Elvin Bishop
  • Father John Misty
  • Goldroom
  • Grapevine
  • LCD Soundsystem
  • Lorde
  • Lukas Graham
  • Maggie Rogers
  • Major Lazer
  • Never Young Beach
  • Nina Kraviz
  • Queens of the Stone Age
  • Rag’N Bone Man
  • Rhye
  • Sampha
  • Sturgill Simpson
  • Temples
  • The Amazons
  • The Hiatus
  • The Lemon Twigs
  • The Marcus King Band
  • The XX
  • Train
  • Troyboi
  • Western Caravan


Tickets are currently available at a special early-bird discount. Ticket prices are scheduled to increase on April 8th and again on June 3rd.

Tickets start at 17,000 yen for one-day and go up to 43,000 yen for all three-days. Children under 15 get in for free, and must be accompanied by an adult.

Buying tickets overseas is easy through Ganban. Payment is handled by PayPal, and you can pick the tickets up at the festival. However, this international service adds an extra 2,000 yen to the price of the ticket.

You can also purchase a Campsite ticket for an additional 3,000 yen, which is valid for the entire festival from July 27th at noon until July 31st at noon.

How to Get There

To get to the festival, you can take the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Echigo-Yuzawa. It takes 80 minutes and costs 13,730 yen round-trip for a reserved seat. At Echigo-Yuzawa Station, there will be shuttle buses available for 500 yen round-trip. It takes around 40–50 minutes to reach Naeba Ski Resort.


Date: July 28-30, 2017

Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 am

Fee: 17,000 yen – 43,000 yen

Website: FujiRock-Eng.com (In English)

Transportation: Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata Prefecture

  • Shinkansen to Echigo-Yuzawa Station
  • Shuttle bus from Echigo-Yuzawa to festival

Fuji Rock Festival 2017 Trailer