EXO’s Lay Zhang, Amber Liu of f(x), ØZI, Tia Ray, Sury Su and more to perform at inaugural MetaMoon Music Festival
- The inaugural MetaMoon Music Festival will bring the likes of EXO’s Lay Zhang, Amber Liu of f(x) and other Asian artists from all over the United States and Asia together at the Barclays Center in New York City on Nov. 26.
- Leading up to the festival will be the MetaMoon Food Crawl starting on Nov. 1, where food lovers can explore local Asian-owned restaurants, all of which will donate to Heart of Dinner, a nonprofit organization combating food insecurity and isolation within New York City’s elderly Asian community.
- On the day of the festival will be the MetaMoon Market, featuring a slew of Asian-owned businesses and brands.
- Founded by Graceful Media in collaboration with LiveNation, the MetaMoon Music Festival mission aims to “bridge the gap between Asia and the US and showcase the fact that pop culture and music are universal languages that can foster a stronger understanding.”
The first-ever MetaMoon Music Festival at Barclays Center in New York City on Nov. 26 will be headlined by Lay Zhang of EXO.
Newly announced talents Amber Liu of f(x), Chinese R&B singer-songwriter Tia Ray and Hong Kong-based indie artist Tyson Yoshi will join previously announced artists Sury Su, 9m88, Karencici and ØZI. The event will be hosted by MC Jin.
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Korean rapper Don Malik was set to perform at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, on March 17 but was reportedly denied entry into the U.S. and deported back to his home country.
His artist page has since been taken down from the official schedule on the SXSW website.
Stubhub is looking for candidates who will travel to music festivals all over the country this summer and post their experiences to social media.
The giant ticket reseller company will pay their social media guru $5,000 in cash, cover the expenses of their travel and give them free admission to every single one of these events.