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Elizabeth Tan, Ayda Jebat among performers at next month’s StereoFest


StereoFest, set to be the largest Malay music festival in Singapore, features many of the most prominent local musicians in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Taking place this February for the first time, Malaysian acts make up most of the festival’s lineup, with performers like Elizabeth Tan, Andi Bernadee, Ismail Izzani, 4u2c, Ayda Jebat and tons more.

Here are the details for StereoFest:
Date: 22-23 February 2020 (Saturday and Sunday)
Time: 12pm-10pm (first performance is at 3pm)
Venue: Palawan Green @ Sentosa, Singapore

Check out the line-up below, though StereoFest has hinted that even more may be added soon.

Malaysian artists Ayda Jebat, Ismail Izzani and 4u2c
will be performing on the first day.
Indonesian band NOAH, previously known as Peterpan, will be playing too.
The second day brings you Elizabeth Tan, New Boyz,
Andi Bernadee, Zee Avi and Hyrul Anuar from Malaysia.
Malaysia also presents Floor 88
on the last day of the festival!
With the doors opening at 12pm and the first show kicking off at 3pm, it gives you a perfect window to try out all the food options, shop ‘til you drop, and try out the activities they’ve got lined up. All F&B stalls are halal-certified or Muslim-owned.

Tickets are SGD68 and SGD128 for General Admission for 1-Day (choose which date when buying the ticket) or 2 Days, respectively. For the VIP package, it’s SGD198 for a day or SGD368 for two.

VIPs will receive an exclusive goodie bag, get to use priority queues and entry, visit the exclusive halal bar, access the VIP lounge, use VIP bathrooms, stand in the VIP viewing area and most importantly – meet and greet their favourite artists!

Tickets are available with Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/stereofest-tickets) or from StereoFest’s own website (https://stereofest.com/tickets).

If you prefer, they provide a cash-on-delivery option too: https://stereofest.com/cash-on-delivery. Ticket sales close on 31 Jan, so don’t delay!

Camera phones are allowed, but video cameras, tripods, or other professional devices aren’t permitted. Flash photography is also not allowed at the festival.

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