Music Matters Live returns to Singapore
38 artists from 12 countries performing over six nights in one city-state
We hope you’ve been taking note of our All That Matters comeback announcement a few months ago. Now in their 17th year, Asia’s leading sports and entertainment industry conference is expected to connect thousands of delegates and fans with 180 speakers over three days (September 26-28, 2022).
Kicking off the multitopic main event is the musically-dedicated program Music Matters Live that happens this Friday, September 23 and will go on until September 28.
Branded CEO and owner Jasper Donat mentions to Bandwagon Asia “Music Matters is back and we’re thrilled to be presenting so many wonderful artists live on stage and honoured to be working with so many wonderful partners kicking off with GPSS for the Singapore F1GP plus Universal Music, YouTube, Meta, Monstercat, Zendyll and more. You can safely say that LIVE music matters in 2022.”
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The six-day event has announced its full line-up, making up a total of 38 artists from 12 countries who are scheduled to perform across a variety of venues. This weekend, Music Matters Live zones in on Clarke Quay, presenting three nights of performances starting from 8:00 pm on Friday and Sunday, while Saturday kicks off at 9:00 pm.
Don't spend all your energy over the weekend though, since the showcases continue the following week. Taking over *SCAPE from Monday, September 26 until Wednesday, September 28, Music Matters Live invites an array of regional and international artists to entertain audiences with their on-stage performances.
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Named ‘Ones To Watch’, ‘Made in Canada’, ‘Music is Universal’ and ‘Made In S.E.A.’, the showcases will feature the likes of international hitmakers such as LEVY (CA), YUNGBLUD (UK) and Caracol (CA) along with AE$OP CA$H (SG), Hondo (ID), Keiko (PH), Wani Kayrie (MY) and many more.
For more information on Music Matters Live, head over to their official website here.
Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Instagram.