Skechers Sundown Festival set to rock F1 Pit Area on November 21

Sundown Festival is back for its seventh year. Partnering with Skechers again this year, the event will see artistes from all over Asia. A few of the acts has been announced and looks like we are rocking the Pit Building comes 21 November.

Thailand’s Potato, Japan’s INKT, Singapore’s Caracal and Indonesia’s J-Rocks are the initial line-up of headline acts that is scheduled to rock it out at the Skechers Sundown Festival 2015 with artistes from Korea joining the ranks soon.

This music festival also creates a platform for local talents to showcase their skills. Last year, we have Shigga Shay and Jeremy Teng. This year, the festival will feature fringe acts comprising up and coming artistes. Cheryl Loon, Cashew Chemists and Farrago are some of the acts that has been announced with special guests Ground Zero from Taiwan.

Kelvin Goh, Director of Red Spade Entertainment shared, “Over the past 6 years, we have brought over 70 acts and artistes from 11 countries across the region together and achieved our goal of uniting Asian musicians on one platform. Now, we have our sights firmly set on growing the Sundown Festival even more and taking it to regional locations around Asia in the future.”

We have been attending Sundown Festival since 2013 and have been enjoying every single moment of it. To have a sneak peak of what the festival has to offer, check out our review in 2013 and 2014.

For more information about Sundown Festival, please visit their Facebook Page!


Event Details:

Date: 21 November 2015, Saturday

Time: 4pm till late

Venue: Marina Promenade, F1 Pit Area (next to Singapore Flyer)


Early bird: General admission only – $68 (Only available on Peatix from 18 September)

Category 1: Mosh pit – $118 (Only available on Peatix from 18 September 2015 & SISTIC from 1 October)

Category 2: General admission: $88 (available at SISTIC & Peatix from 1 October)

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