Future Music Festival Asia announces lineup and new location
After a series of unfortunate events that occurred during its 2014 show, Future Music Festival Asia will move from its previous home in Kuala Lumpur to a new location in Singapore’s 140,000 square foot Changi Exhibition Centre this coming year. With dates scheduled for March 13 and 14, Future Music Festival Asia’s organizers, The Livescape Group, is promising 2015’s event will be the largest ever in Southeast Asia, with over 50,000 fans expected to attend.
“I believe we have got a phenomenal line-up and I don’t think Southeast Asia, let alone Singapore has ever witnessed a gathering of musical talents in a single event of this proportion and scale,” said Brett Robinson, the Director for Future Music Australia. He strongly urges fans to purchase their tickets early, as the team is expecting a sold-out show.
The festival has just released its first round of headliners, which include: Afrojack, Fatboy Slim, Avicii, The Prodigy, Art Department, Gorgon City, Bassjackers, Blasterjaxx, Carnage, Example, Nero, Robin Schulz, Sigma, Tchami and Knife Party.
The second batch of artists performing at the event is due for release in January.