Taiwanese music festival Spring Wave returns to Singapore in June with Jam Hsiao and others

Famously-reticent Taiwanese popstar Jam Hsiao delighted fans by showing off his powerful vocals and spiffy footwork onstage at Spring Wave Music Festival, Gardens by the Bay. Taiwanese annual music festival Spring Wave will be hitting Singapore
Famously-reticent Taiwanese popstar Jam Hsiao delighted fans by showing off his powerful vocals and spiffy footwork onstage at Spring Wave Music Festival, Gardens by the Bay. Taiwanese annual music festival Spring Wave will be hitting Singapore shores once again on June 7. -- ST FILE PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM

Taiwanese annual music festival Spring Wave will be hitting Singapore shores once again on June 7.

Fans can look forward to six hours of non-stop live music with a varied line-up, including powerhouse Taiwanese crooner Della Ding Dang and cutesy pie Taiwanese singer Yao Yao. Singapore's own Taiwan-based girl group By2, comprising 21-year-old identical twins Miko and Yumi Bai, will also take to the stage.

Taiwanese rocker Jam Hsiao will be returning to Spring Wave Music Festival here, after he delivered a smashing performance at the festival's inaugural stop here attended by more than 5,400 people last year.

In the first edition of the festival here, Hsiao was joined by his Taiwanese indie queen Cheer Chen, Taiwanese rocker Wu Bai and Singapore's songbird Olivia Ong.

The 2014 Spring Wave Music Festival will be held at The Meadow at Gardens by the Bay on June 7. Tickets at $188, $148 and $98 will go on sale via Sistic on May 1.

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