From August 31 to September 2, the Tudakul Tourist Complex, located in Qiziltepa district, connecting Bukhara and Navoi regions, will host the traditional festival of electronic music “Element”. According to the uzbektourism.uz portal, the festival aims to draw the world’s attention to the environmental issues of the Aral Sea, as well as to increase the flow of tourists in desert tourism, which is actively developing in Uzbekistan. In addition, the event will provide a platform for talented people to showcase their creativity.
In Tudakul tourist center on a desert plain with an area of 15 hectares, sites are already being prepared for the electronic music Element Festival. A representative of the Tourism Committee said, “Uzbekistan is expected to receive more than two billion dollars in tourism revenue this year. More than seven million foreign tourists are anticipated to visit the country. About 200 major events are planned for 2023, including the Element Festival. Thanks to the festival, which is held every year, we demonstrate that Uzbekistan has great potential in new areas of tourism.”
It is projected that the Element Festival will be a spectacular and unforgettable event this year, where foreign guests will discover an unusual new tourist location in Uzbekistan, and music lovers can enjoy musical compositions. Since 2017, the festival has been held at the “Ship Graveyard” in Muynak district of the Republic of Karakalpakstan. This year, for the first time, the venue has changed. Every year, DJs, artists, scientists, and producers from around the world and Uzbek musicians participate in the musical event. UzA