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Future Music Festival Asia will be held in Singapore from next year
#FMFA15 PHASE 1 LINE UP
(Updated 4 December 2014)
Future Music Festival Asia 2015 is back! Featuring their BIGGEST line-up to date. #FMFA15 will take place at the Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore on 13th & 14th March 2015.
Early bird tickets are SOLD OUT! General priced tickets are on sale NOW at futuremusicfestival.asia.
Phase 2 line up drops in Jan 2015. This is just the beginning. #SteadyLah
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Exciting news for fans in the Republic! After a three-year run in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore has been announced as the new host of the Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA) on November 17.
The cross-genre music festival, which typically features an eclectic mix of electronic dance music (EDM), hip hop and pop and rock acts, will be held on March 13 and 14 next year. The venue has not been revealed.
According to organisers The Livescape Group and Future Music Australia, the festival is expected to attract more than 50,000 fans across two days and is “set to feature its biggest line up to date”.
Brett Robinson, director of Future Music Australia said: “We will be announcing the biggest gathering of music superstars Singapore and the rest of South-east Asia has ever seen with over 50 international and regional acts on our bill.”
While the lineup has yet to be announced for FMFA, the roster for the parent Future Music Festival in Australia could provide some clues.
Huge international stars like Drake, Avicii and The Prodigy are expected to feature at the Australian edition, alongside big names in EDM like Martin Garrix, Afrojack and Knife Party. Rising star Kiesza, rapper 2 Chainz, and South African rap-rave act Die Antwoord are also on the list.
Iqbal Ameer, Group Chief Executive of The Livescape Group said: “We’re confident that by moving FMFA across the causeway, we will be able to significantly provide not only a safe and fun environment for our guests but the festival will also still be within easy reach for our Malaysian fans whom throughout the years, we have grown very affectionate to.”
Iqbal added that the festival has plans to stay in Singapore for the long term and has set itself a target to become Asia’s largest music festival within the next three years.
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