11 Feb – With renowned Norwegian DJ Alan Walker and the cute South Korean DJ Soda all set to spin the hottest tracks at the upcoming inaugural Borneo Music Festival Live (BMFL) 2020, there’s no surprise that fans are clamouring for the festival tickets!
General Admission (GA) tickets under the Private Sales category (priced at RM200) are already sold out! But don’t worry, GA tickets under the Early Bird category are still available at RM320 each.
As for Rock Zone tickets, fans can still get them at the Early Bird price of RM600 each. Tickets can be purchased at https://airasiaredtix.com/tickets/BMFL2020
Better hurry though, because all these tickets are selling out fast!
Once Early Bird ends, Phase 1 sales of the GA and Rock Zone tickets will commence at RM360 and RM650, respectively.
Following that will be the Phase 2 sales, where the tickets will be available only at full price, which is RM400 for GA and RM700 for Rock Zone.
Dates for Phase 1 and Phase 2 have yet to be announced, so stick around for the info!
Aside from headliners Alan Walker and DJ Soda, festival-goers can also look forward to electrifying performances by DJ Alexis Grace (Malaysia), Nicole Chen (Singapore), DJ X Factor (the Philippines), DJ Venom C and Moski Love (Indonesia), LFDY (Live Fast Die Young) (Taiwan) and Alex X (China).
Also performing are Malaysian singers such as Rynn Lim, ThomasJack and Priscilla Abby, as well as Sarawak’s very own At Adau, Tuku Kamek, DJ Chaca Feroza, DJ Myvax and DJ Ice-cream.
To be held at Sarawak Cultural Village, Kuching, this 10 and 11 April, BMFL 2020 will also feature an all day long bazaar where artisanal handcrafts, clothing, delicacies and a variety of goods will be made available.
Check out the video below for a taste of what’s to come!
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