The first Borneo Music Festival Live 2020 will be taking place this April!

Artists from all over the world are getting together to make this an international musical experience that you wouldn’t want to miss.

Alan Walker and DJ Soda will be headlining, joined by a team of renowned artists from Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, China and Taiwan.
Here are the details you need to know:
Date: 10-11 April 2020 (Friday-Saturday)
Time: 12.00pm
Venue: Sarawak Cultural Village
Alan Walker burst into the mainstream with “Faded”, receiving over 2 billion views on YouTube and 1 billion streams on Spotify. He’s played at huge festivals like Lollapalooza and Coachella before, and is sure to please fans with his Sarawak debut!
Meanwhile, DJ Soda has been a staple of the Korean club scene for years now, well-known for her blood-pumping dance remixes. She will soon be adding the Borneo Music Festival to her long list of headlined festivals.

Here are all the artists playing at the festival.
Of course, a Sarawak music festival has to have local musicians, so At Adau, Tuku Kamek, DJ Chaca Feroza, DJ Ice-cream, Rynn Lim and Priscilla Abby will all be there too!
Besides the performances, you can also enjoy the bazaar and check out all the artisanal goods and delicious local food.
Tickets to the festival will go on sale soon this 14 January at 12pm via All tickets are two-day passes, and must be redeemed for a wristband when you reach the festival, which you have to keep on for entry the following day.
General admission is RM200 for private sales – register yourself on their website before 14 January to get the access code – and RM320 for early birds. Phase 1 tickets are RM360 and Phase 2, RM400.
Rock Zone passes are RM600 for early birds, RM650 for Phase 1 and RM700 for Phase 2. All prices exclude any extra processing fees.
Each ticket phase is sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Once all tickets from a previous category has sold out, the next category will open, so you’ll want to be online this Tuesday afternoon to make sure you nab the best prices for yourself.
Tickets are available at the festival doors, but buying online is cheaper and allows you to skip the queue.
The festival is for 18-year-olds and above only, so bring valid ID as proof of age.
(Photo source: Supermodified Agency)