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by ron j. backus
Get lucky: Hip hop artiste Pharrell Williams is the latest addition to Future Music Festival Asia 2014's list of star-studded performers.
The hip-hop star is the latest to join the Future Music Festival Asia 2014 line-up.
Pharrell Williams is returning to Malaysia as one of the main attractions of the Future Music Festival Asia 2014 (March 13-15).
The Grammy-nominated performer, who was in Malaysia for the Sunburst KL International Music Festival in 2009, will play on the upcoming music festival’s closing day. Others in the line-up that day include Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Yuna, Dangerdisko (featuring Datuk Sheila Majid) and Raekwon.
There are over 70 local and international acts set to perform at this year’s festival. Some of them include Deadmau5, R3hab, Paul Van Dyk, Breaking Diamonds, BATE and Tinie Tempah. Another highlight of the festival is Armin Van Buuren’s A State Of Trance 650: New Horizons set, which will play on the second day.
The festival, which will now take place at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium showgrounds, is expected to draw over 85,000 partygoers from all over the world. Tickets are priced at RM208 (single-day pass) and RM588 (three-day VIP access).
Tickets are available at selected Rock Corner and Victoria Music outlets nationwide. This event is open to patrons 18 years and older only. For more information, log on to www.futuremusicfestival.asia or www.facebook.com/futuremusicasia.
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