ASIA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2013 PERFORMER : THE FOXY GIRLS

To enhance the music at the upcoming Asia Music Festival (AMF), Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) will showcase an award winning Indonesian band, the FOXY GIRLS. FOXY GIRLS is a vocal group that performs a unique genre, R&B Pop Malay and members comprise 3 beauties.

Foxy Girls band started off as a group of 4 girls or rather models who were trained as singers. However, the current members of the band have evolved and are now represented by Jessie, Moza and Jeje. The band has often performed in many events like product or hotel launches as well as events produced by private television.

The bands have also won many awards namely the AMI Awards 2012 in the category of Best Group, Best Dance Production Work and Best R&B production work.

Don’t miss them at this inaugural Asia Music Festival in Miri, Sarawak. The event will be held on the October 4th and 5th.

Besides the music, there will be fringe events like the Big Bikers Charity Event, Tattoo exhibition and many more. It is set to be a weekend of fun, so don’t miss the excitement.

Tickets for the festival are now available from Sarawak Tourism Board’s offices or at its Visitor’s Information Centres in Kuching (+6082-410944), Sibu (+6084-340980) and Miri (+6085-434180). For enquiries, contact Sarawak Tourism Board at leisure@sarawaktourism.com or +6082-239171  or log on to www.asiamusicfestival.net and www.facebook.com/SarawakTravel for more updates.

Tickets are priced at RM30 per day for adult and RM15 per day for children or students aged between 3 and 18 years. Those below 3 years would be allowed in without charge.

About Asia Music Festival (AMF):
AMF is a 2-day musical event featuring artist and musicians from Asian countries namely from India, Korea, Indonesia, Brunei, Philippines and Malaysia. AMF promotes music, art and culture of Asian countries. AMF has a vision to become the iconic musical event for Sarawak and the region.

It is organized by Sarawak Tourism Board, supported by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia and Ministry of Tourism Sarawak and endorsed by Tourism Malaysia.

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