One of the biggest music festivals in the world making its debut outside of Australia featuring over 60 international, regional and local acts who will be performing in front of an expected crowd of 30,000 fans across 4 uber cool stages! The first edition of FMF Asia will take place at the Sepang International Circuit and will be the official opening event for the upcoming F1 Grand Prix week on the 17 March. The festival is scheduled to kick off at 2pm and go for 12 glorious hours of ground-breaking music. Tickets go on-sale 19 January with prices from RM98 via www.airasiaredtix.com and its ticketing outlets.
**Early Bird tickets are priced at RM138 and will stop going on sale on 29 February. The pre-sale tickets priced at RM158 will commence on 1 March. First Class tickets (VIP) will be available for purchase on 20 February.
- Venue : Sepang International Circuit
- Date : 17 March 2012
- Time : 2pm till late
- Admission : Super early bird RM98, Early bird RM138, Pre-sale RM158
The list of regional acts features some of the best in Asia and it includes, Shinichi Osawa (Japan), Jalebee Cartel (India), Nikhil+Pearl (India), Pet Conspiracy (China), Electrico (Singapore), Inquisitive (Singapore, Agrikulture (Indonesia), Sandwich (Philippines), Good Night Electric (Indonesia), Project E.A.R (SEA) and The Great Spy Experiment (Singapore).
On the local Malaysian front, we have Kyoto Protocol, Goldfish + Blink, Twilight Actiongirl, They Will Kill Us All, Mini Compo, Enterprise, Oh! Chentaku, Bud Culture, Terence C, Victor G, Fono, Bass Agents and Phil K Lee + Ian Ross.
With such an extensive line-up, there is no doubt that the first FMF Asia will be the biggest outdoor music festival to hit the South East Asian region. To replicate the same atmosphere and set up of FMF in Australia, there will be four stages to entertain the thousands of patrons attending the party. Plus many other quirky side stages and exciting activities to keep you smiling from ear to ear.
Malaysia, being the first ever Future Music Festival venue outside of Australia will hopefully see the attendance of neighbouring countries around the region. “MyCEB is very supportive of these kinds of events and we are proud that Malaysia is the only country out of Australia that this event is being held and for the first time,” enthused General Manager of International Events, Tony Nagamaiah.
Log on to www.futuremusicfestival.asia or www.facebook.com/futuremusicasia for more information.