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Music Matters, from May 21 to 24, is the largest free music festival to be held here yet

Published on Apr 29, 2014 6:08 PM
 

The upcoming Music Matters Live With HP, which starts from May 21, will be the largest free music festival to be held here yet.

More than 60 up-and-coming acts from 18 countries are set to perform over four nights at various venues within Clarke Quay as well as at venues in town run by local F&B chain Timbre Music Group.

This year's fourth edition of the annual festival has a line-up that includes Taiwanese rapper MC Hotdog, British indie band The Boxer Rebellion and Korean rock band Asian Chairshot.

There will also be a special Singapore showcase featuring performances by home-grown talents such as pop/soul singer Gareth Fernandez, alternative rock band sub:shaman, folk/pop singer Gentle Bones, pop singer Ming Bridges and third Singapore Idol winner Sezairi Sezali.

 
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