WIN! Passes at World Music Asia Festival

By That's GBA, September 24, 2020

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If you’re looking for a musical bonanza right in your backyard, then we have just the event for you. This year’s World Music Asia festival is back! The four-day music fest features a loaded lineup of exciting musical guests and will take place in Foshan over the National Day holiday from October 4-7.

Image provided by promoter

This year, likely due to the global pandemic, the festival has adopted the theme ‘Created in China’ with bands and artists coming from all across the Middle Kingdom. 

Look forward to hearing a plethora of genres, from the funky rhythms of The Leg Signals to the electronic masterpieces by Shii & Nee.

Click here to see the full lineup!

READ MORE: Shii Talks Debut Album, Being Creative and Juggling Music Projects



We are giving away free four-day passes to 10 lucky That’s GBA readers. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our WeChat account (ID: thatsguangzhou) along with your name, email address and phone number.

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