SINGAPORE – Music Matters, the premier independent musical festival in Asia, returns to Singapore for its sixth edition on 12-15 September 2016.
The four-day music event, presented by Live Nation and Lushington Entertainment, features live music performances of the world’s best up-and-coming artists.
Among the artists performing in this year’s Music Matters Festival are Aaradhna of New Zealand, Alex Cuba of Canada, Bad Pony of Australia, Bastian Baker of Switzerland, and Chochukmo of Hong Kong.
Also performing are Disco Hue of Singapore, DJ Martin of Japan, Doves & Ravens of Singapore, Garden City Movement of Israel, GDJYB of Hong Kong, and Hush of Taiwan.
Linying of Singapore, Maefire of Australia, My Life As Ali Thomas of Thailand, Nucleya of India, Olivier Cong of Hong Kong, and Pisco of Taiwan are also expected to perform.
Performances by Prateek Kuhad of India, Quest of the Philippines, Rag N’ Bone of Australia, Raisa of Indonesia, Slip on Stereo of Australia, Slot Machine of Thailand, Slumberjack of Australia, Sun of Morning of Taiwan, Sydnee Carter of Australia, The Souls of Switzerland, The Summer State of Singapore, The Trees & The Wilde of Indonesia, The Veronicas of Australia, TheOvertunes of Indonesia, and Young Lex of Indonesia are also joining the festival.
Music Matters Singapore To Be Held in Three Venues
Organizers said Music Matters Festival has successfully transformed into a global platform for the music industry of the Asia Pacific region.
It also serves as a gateway for budding artists looking to break into the world’s most populous region – Asia.
The four-day music festival will be held in three venues around Singapore – Millian Singapore, Barber Shop by Timbre, and Kyo.
Millian Singapore is situated in St James Power Station, 3 Sentosa Gateway while Barber Shop by Timbre is located along Old Parliament Lane. Kyo is located at 133 Cecil Street, away from the skyscraper-lit downtown.
Music Matters Festival is sponsored by Millian Singapore, the National Arts Council of Singapore, and Sounds Australia. – EventsNewsAsia.com