Digital & Music Matters and Music Matters Live 2013 Singapore

Digital & Music Matters is back and it is happening on 21 – 24 May 2013 at the Ritz Carlton once again.

This year, there is a new event called the YouTube FanFest (#YTFF) powered by HP. So far, the follow names have been announced to perform/make an appearance on 21 and 22 May 2013 at 7,00 pm at the Ritz Carlton Hotel:

Monday (21 May 2013)

  • Mychonny
  • Mighty Car Mods
  • Little Boots
  • David Choi
  • Steph Micayle
  • Namewee

Tuesday (22 May 2013)

  • Ryan Higa
  • Boyce Avenue
  • Eat Your Kimchi
  • GAC
  • Nicko’s Kitchen
  • Joseph Vincent
  • Cooking with Dog

With more names to be announced!

Tickets are priced at $88 per day or $150 for both days. There is a meet & greet as well but that one you need invites (which I’m not sure how to get hold of them).

You can click here to buy tickets to attend the YouTube FanFest powered by HP.

That doesn’t include the list of artists who have been announced for Music Matters Live so far:

  • Lena Park (Park Jung Hyun), South Korea
  • M.I.B, South Korea
  • AOA, South Korea
  • Eastern Sidekick, South Korea
  • SPICA, South Korea
  • Park Juwon with Jeon Jeduk, South Korea
  • The Observatory, Singapore
  • Plainsunset, Singapore
  • Caracal, Singapore
  • Electrico, Singapore
  • Kevin Lester, Singapore
  • Natalie Hiong, Singapore
  • The Sam Willows, Singapore
  • The Summer StateThese Brittle Bones, Singapore

and a tonne more of acts!! It is best that you check for the most updated list of artists who will be performing at Music Matters Live 2013 (#MML2013).

I’m hearing that there will be a Kpop night and a Jpop night this year! And Flumpool is expected to perform during Jpop night.

Most of the performances are at Clarke Quay and are free I believe, just like last year. The performances at the fountain area of Clarke Quay are definitely free. If the performance is inside a bar/pub/club, you MIGHT need to pay for cover charge/buy a drink to sit down inside (it depends on the place) so please do check at the door. You should be able to watch Music Matters Live on YouTube via their official YouTube channel.

As of writing, the schedule of the performances are not out yet. I’ll update with a link to the schedule if I spot it.

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