Get a taste of Mysterious World this weekend
By Jude Toyat
KUCHING: Mysterious Asia will be organising the ‘Mysterious World 2015 Pre Party’, a two-day electronic dance music showcase to be held at Damai Central on April 18 and 19.
According to their press release, the showcase will be headlined by top DJs and producers across the globe and will give a taste of what is assembled for the upcoming Mysterious World 2015 (#MW2015) festival this August.
The event will start from 5pm onwards for both days. Day 1 will begin with the talented Dutch DJ/producer Daniel Wanrooy, trance-evangelist Jonnie B (Thailand), the high-energy tech dance act DJ Splinta (Australia), Hardstyle DJ/producer VtheKid (Australia), and pioneer of the harder styles EDM in Indonesia Hardstyle Battalion.
It gets more exciting the next day with the appearance from DJ Mag Top 100 acts Andrew Rayel (Moldova) and Malta’s #1 DJ and DJ Mag Top 100 #73 Tenishia. The list continues with duo Kamikaze (Australia) and up-and-coming producer Sensualise (Australia), Philippino trance-captain John Odin, Hardstyle producer Theo Gobensen (Singapore), and award-winning trance producer Innerlight (Indonesia).
Meanwhile, leading the pack for local acts are KL-based IMX Project which consists of misterAriffin and Adham Nasri, Sarawakian Myvax, supported by Paul T, Fatahul, Zeng & Zarick, and a special appearance performance from the ‘Mysterious Children’.
Tickets for the two-day event are priced at RM88 each. Stay packages and tickets are available to be purchased online at www.asia-kita.com or contact official on-ground ticketing agents at 010-9733106 (Tracy), 016-8878718 (Zam) and 0168925424 (Mary), 014-8777789 (Modestuff) and 012-8899055 (Street66). Entry to the event is free for the August 2015 ‘Mysterious World 2015’ ticket holder.
This will be the second year for Mysterious World to be held here in Kuching, Sarawak and promises a bigger and better festival concept with the support from Sarawak Tourism Board. It aims to draw tourists, music and festival lovers from all over Asia to the ‘Land of the Hornbills’.
For more information and updates on the festival, log on to www.mysteriousfestival.com or get connected with Mysterious on Twitter @MysteriousFest and Facebook www.facebook.com/MysteriousFest.