Southeast Asia’s biggest music festival, the Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA), will arrive in Singapore this month.
Organised by Livescape Singapore and Future Music Group Australia, the event will take place at the 140,000m² Changi Exhibition Centre from 13-14 March 2015, with local and international acts performing across three stages.
This year’s event – the first FMFA in Singapore – is expected to build on last year’s gathering in Kuala Lumpur, which attracted more than 55,000 people from 85 countries.
“Singapore was the obvious destination of choice, because we recognise its value as an international hub and up-and-coming centre for music and entertainment in Southeast Asia,” said Muhammad Iqbal, group CEO of the Livescape Group.
“With Singapore’s vibrant calendar of world-class events, and exceptional infrastructure, it was only natural for it to be FMFA’s next home.
“In addition to the star-studded cast of international, regional and local acts, we also look forward to having a few more little surprises in store for all festival-goers on-site. With this, we are well placed to create a truly memorable, world-class event to commemorate our Singapore debut, and in keeping with this country’s aim of becoming a world-class entertainment destination,” he added.
For more information, visit www.futuremusicfestival.asia.