StereoFest will feature over 20 acts, a festival village and even a halal bar

A new music festival is set to debut, and this time, it’s a Malay music festival that’ll feature some of the biggest singers and bands in the region.

Organised by RoseValley, the folks behind popular market Twilight: Flea & Feast and CelebFest, StereoFest will be a two-day musical revelry from Feb 22-23 at Sentosa’s Palawan Green.

The bulk of the line-up will be made up by Malaysian talents, like Andi Bernadee, Ismail Izzani, Ayda Jebat, Zee Avi and Elizabeth Tan, but look forward to seeing local and Indonesian acts as well. Indonesian Idol Season 2 runner-up Judika will be present to wow crowds and steal hearts, and so will Singapore’s Anugerah 2005 winner Hyrul Anuar.

And just like any other music festival, StereoFest will be dishing out food and drinks in addition to tunes, at the Festival Village and Halal Bar. Information of the vendors have yet to be released, but with the organiser’s expertise in F&B, providing good nosh should be a breeze.

Tickets are priced at a pretty wallet-friendly rate of $68 for a one-day general admission pass, and $128 for a two-day ticket so snap them up quickly, or you might lose your chance to see some of these famed Malay performers in person.

StereoFest runs from Feb 22-23 at Sentosa’s Palawan Green. More information available here.