Gipsy Kings among headline acts at Rainforest World Music Festival

The Rainforest World Music Festival will be held in Kuching, Sarawak, from June 23 to 25. — Filepic

THE Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) will be making its highly anticipated return as a fully physical festival in Kuching, Sarawak, from June 23 to 25.

This year’s festival promises to deliver its unique brand of immersive experiences of music, culture and nature, attracting local and international attendees eager to witness an extraordinary celebration of diversity.

Since its inception in 1998, the Rainforest World Music Festival has captivated audiences with its unique blend of traditional and contemporary world music.

Showcasing a vibrant array of talents from across the globe, the festival has become a melting pot of cultures, creating an atmosphere of unity and celebration.

With a rich lineup of internationally acclaimed artists, RWMF 2023 guarantees an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts.

The festival’s artist roster features 199 musicians from 12 countries across four continents, representing a global tapestry of sounds and traditions.

Festival-goers can look forward to the performance of renowned Grammy Award winner, Gipsy Kings, featuring Tonino Baliardo from France.

Tan says the festival shows Sarawak’s commitment to sustainable tourism.Tan says the festival shows Sarawak’s commitment to sustainable tourism.

In addition to the captivating music performances, RWMF offers an array of cultural workshops, enticing food and craft vendors and other engaging activities.

Guests will be able to immerse themselves in the vibrant ambience of the Sarawak Cultural Village, a living museum showcasing diverse ethnic groups and their traditions.

“Klook is proud to be named the official ticketing partner for RWMF 2023, signalling the highly anticipated and long-awaited complete physical comeback of the Rainforest World Music Festival since 2019,” said Klook Malaysia general manager Rachel Tan.

“This year’s festival promises to bring immense joy and entertainment to all attendees.

“It serves as a testament to Sarawak’s unwavering commitment to sustainable tourism and cultural preservation,” she said.

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