Borneo Music Festival Live 2022

Borneo Music Festival Live 2022 debuted on the September 9 (Friday) in Kuching, Sarawak and attracted more than 6,000 attendees. It is the second largest music festival after the award wining Rainforest World Music Festival.

The Borneo Music Festival Live 2022 - The Second Largest Outdoor Music Festival After Rainforest World Music Festival

Borneo Music Festival Live 2022
Image Credit: Borneo Post Online

The two-day music festival (Sept 9 to 10) ran from 5pm to midnight and is the first outdoor music festival held at Sarawak Cultural Village in Santubong which focus on EDM music and other kind of music like fusion and traditional music.

Leading the first half of the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) festival was DJ Soda from South Korea, who swept the crowd with her electronic hits.

As one of Southeast Asia’s leading disc jockeys, DJ Soda or Hwang So-hee has a reputation for regularly appearing in the headlines at several Asian music festivals, including Thailand’s “S20 Songkran Musical Festival”.

In addition to DJ Soda, local entertainers such as Tuku’ Kame, Buluh Berkocak, DJ Ice Cream, DJ Chaca, MC Vibe and Rynn Lim entertained the evening with their captivating performances.

DJ X Factor from the Philippines and Moski Love from Indonesia were also part of the first leg of the EDM festival, which ended with a performance by DJ Soda.

British-born Norwegian DJ Alan Olav Walker, best known for his acclaimed 2015 single “Faded”, headlined the festival’s second leg on Saturday.

The homegrown talent of At Adau and Priscilla Abby was also part of the other local and foreign cast on Saturday night’s show.

Borneo Music Festival Live 2022 is presented exclusively by Firmament Event Studio in partnership with More Entertainment and supported by the Sarawak Ministry of Tourism, Creative Industries and Performing Arts.

Borneo Music Festival Live 2022
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