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by kenneth chaw
Rain did little to dampen the mood at Good Vibes Festival 2014
SEPANG: Despite the heavy rain, music lovers at the Good Vibes Festival 2014 were in good spirits.
The rain, which started falling at around 6pm on Saturday, did little to dampen the mood, with many festival-goers turning up at the Sepang Go Kart Circuit with raincoats and umbrellas.
Now in its second year, the music festival which saw international acts Ellie Goulding, Empire Of The Sunand Banks headline this year, drew fans from Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Organised by Future Sound Asia (FSA), the performances were held over four stages and kicked off at 4pm.
Among the highlights was Australian electronic duo Empire Of The Sun, who got the crowd grooving to thumping tunes like Alive and Walking On A Dream.
This year’s festival also saw local artistes such as Froya, Faiq & The Manja Mob, The Cotton Field Scarecrowes and YouTube sensation Elizabeth Tan performing alongside the international acts.
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