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Future Music Festival Asia full line-up announced

Bust out the face paint, it's time to get your rave on because there are some BIG names headed to FMFA 2015

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 29 Jan 2015

FMFA full line-up
Photo: Livescape

We can all now fully recover from the horrible news that FMFA won't be in Malaysia anymore because Livescape has just announced the full line-up of the year's most anticipated music event, and now we know it's well and truly worth making the trek to Singapore.

Joining DJ elites such as Avicii, Afrojack, Fat Boy Slim and more are all of these awesome acts:

Public Enemy
Darude
Ferry Corsten
Giorgio Moroder
Green Velvet
Markus Schulz
New World Punx
Protoculture
Sander Van Doorn
Tenishia
Timmy Trumpet

If you think the awesomeness stops there, think again. Our homeboys Altimet, DJ Biggie, Joe Flizzow, Sona One, WDTFAA and DJ XU will also be performing alongside some others including Singapore's own talents like:

Lion City Boy
Oliver Osbourne
Indiego & Co x Poptart
Goldfish & Blink
Glen Check

We're obviously clearing our calendars on 13 and 14 March because this line up is stellar! Don't miss it.

Future Music Festival Asia, 13-14 March, Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore

Related: FMFA confirms dates and announces first line up


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