Japanese rock music festival in Singapore headlined by Do As Infinity

Japanese rock duo Do As Infinity. (PHOTO: Do As Infinity/Facebook)
Japanese rock duo Do As Infinity. (PHOTO: Do As Infinity/Facebook)

Popular Japanese musical acts are set to take the stage at the Natsu Rock Japan Music Festival held in Singapore for the first time ever.

The summer rock concert, which is being co-hosted by the Federation Internationale de Volleyball Beach Volleyball World Tour Singapore tournament, will take place on 22 June on the main court on Siloso Beach in Sentosa.

The line-up includes top acts such as Do As Infinity, Shiena Nishizawa, DJ Kazu and BAND-MAID.

All-girl rock band BAND-MAID at the Rising Sun Rock Festival. (PHOTO: BAND-MAID/Facebook)
All-girl rock band BAND-MAID at the Rising Sun Rock Festival. (PHOTO: BAND-MAID/Facebook)

Rock duo Do As Infinity played to a full-house crowd in their first concert in Singapore last year while pop rock singer Shiena Nishizawa and DJ Kazu have both performed here before at the Anime Festival Asia.

This will be all-girl rock band BAND-MAID’s first time performing in Singapore.

General admission tickets are priced at $88, while VIP tickets cost $118. Tickets are now on sale by APACTix.

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