Thursday, July 16, 2009

Sarawak cultural village comes alive for annual affair

Kuching: Thousands of ardent music fans had a great time partying all night to the songs of some of the world’s most renowned groups at the Rainforest World Music Festival in the Sarawak cultural village near here.

The weekend party had enthusiastic fans, many of them regulars, dancing along with the international artistes and dancers during the non-stop five-hour performance in splendid weather.

The Maori dancers from the 12-member Moana and the Tribe (New Zealand) delighted the crowd with their dynamic act.

Also featured were Asika (Malaysia), Lan-E Tuyang (Sarawak), Oudaden (Morocco), Jouhiorkesteri (Finland), Jeff and Vida (USA) and Dazkarieh (Portugal).

Sarawak Tourism Board chief executive officer Gracie Geikie said the concert drew more than 8,500 fans on Saturday, while 5,100 fans turned up the night before.

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