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ASEAN Music Showcase Festival will host a physical showcase in Singapore in September 2022

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ASEAN Music Showcase Festival will host a physical showcase in Singapore in September 2022

ASEAN Music Showcase Festival (AMS) has announced that the current year’s edition will be a physical showcase held in Singapore’s Haw Par Villa. On 29 July, AMS announced that it will hold its yearly showcase in Singapore this September. The two-day event will be held from Saturday, September 10 to Sunday, September 11 at Haw Par Villa.

Established in 2020, AMS is touted as Southeast Asia’s most memorable collaborative music showcase. Following two years of online events, the current year’s in-person event will feature over 30 regional and international artists. Past performers of AMS incorporate Valentina Ploy, Cheats, Linying, Pamcy, brb., and that’s just the beginning.

It is scheduled to occur on September 10 and 11 at the theme park that showcases Chinese mythology, folklore, and history. The venue was picked to be AMS’ live debut because of its “unique setting and significance within the region, and the events of the festival will take place throughout the park amidst its sculptures and dioramas, making this music showcase festival unabashedly ASEAN,” as shared by AMS’ co-founder, David Siow.

The current year’s edition would stamp whenever the festival first is held within-person attendance.

Piyapong ‘Py’ Muenprasertdee, co-founder of AMS shared by means of a press release that“as the world is now moving towards opening up, the most logical next step is to organize a physical event as we believe that stronger connections both emotionally and professionally can be forged when people meet in the flesh.”

AMS has likewise announced that there will be more than 40 regional and international acts performing at three distinct stages throughout the course of the two days, while additionally being at the same time live gushed for anybody all over the world to watch. No acts have been uncovered at this point.

“Since its inception, the ASEAN Music Showcase Festival was initiated to help regional artists stay connected with their local fans, gain new international fans and connect with music professionals from all over the world via online platforms to prepare for touring and performing live again after the pandemic subsides,” AMS co-founder Piyapong ‘Py’ Muenprasertdee said in a press release.

Limited ‘Blind Bird’ tickets are accessible for SGD35.

For its 2020 online edition, Singapore’s Linying, Marian Carmel, Coming Up Roses and J.M3 performed on AMS’ digital stage. Representing Thailand were TONTRAKUL, Valentina Ploy, STOIC, and H3F. Bayangan, Buddha Beat, Golden Mammoth and Mutesite were the Malaysian bands featured, close by Indonesia’s Tanayu, bangkutaman, Rangkai and Jirapah. For the Philippines, it was Pikoy, Cheats, Uprising Record Artists, and August Wahh.

In the 2021’s virtual showcase, Vietnamese and Cambodian acts were additionally featured in the showcase. For the former, Limebócx, Ngầm, Những Đứa Trẻ, and Tiny Giant took to the digital stage. The last option saw VannDa, Sophia Kao, Vanthan, and Laura Mam and Omens Radio.

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