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Ellie Goulding will be performing in Malaysia in August. -- AFP
Organiser Future Sound Asia announces lineup for Good Vibes Festival 2014, set to kick off in Sepang, Selangor.
International acts Ellie Goulding, Empire Of The Sun, Banks and !!! (Chk Chk Chk) are headed our way for the Good Vibes Festival 2014 in August.
Also performing at the festival, which is set to be held at the Sepang Go Kart Circuit on Aug 23, are homegrown talents like Bittersweet, Kyoto Protocol, Dangerdisko, Narmi, Faiq, the Manja Mob, Lapsap, Indiego & Co, Da Vagabonds, Froya and The Cotton Field Scarecrows, as well as Singapore’s Electrico.
Apart from that, YouTube sensation Elizabeth Tan will also make an appearance at the festival.
“We’re thrilled to bring the freshest lineup for this year’s festival to the Malaysian audience. Live music has always been a great way to gather people from different backgrounds. Hopefully Good Vibes Festival will help turn strangers and neighbours into friends and encourage lots of people to get involved in music,” said Ben Law, director of Future Sound Asia, said in a press statement.
Tickets will be sold “in phases”, with prices getting progressively higher as the festival date approaches – it starts at RM108. Tickets will also be sold exclusively online via www.goodvibesfestival.com and www.boxtix.asia.
As with last year’s Good Vibes Festival, this year’s do will also feature a food village (Future Sound Asia promises it will be bigger this time around) as well as several different sections featuring artwork and other fun activities.
Good Vibes Festival is supported by Malaysia Major Events and Visit Malaysia Year 2014. Head over to the official website for more information.
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