Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Rainforest World Music Festival: Bands start to fly in for weekend of global rhythms


The place to be this weekend is the Sarawak Cultural Village in Santubong, where The Rainforest World Music Festival will take place.

The event which is being organised by the Sarawak Tourism Board will kick off on Friday and end on Sunday.

It will feature 20 bands performing diverse musical styles.

A spokesman for the board said some of the acts like Randy Raine-Reush from Canada and Tarika Be from Madagascar, had arrived in Kucing. They two will be performing on Friday night.

The last band expected to fly in for the festival is the Foghorn String Band from the United States.

Most of the bands are making a return to the festival, which is in its 10th year.

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