For the first time ever, Indonesia will host the gathering of digital influencers and renowned artists from across Asia as Viral Fest Asia 2016 is set to be staged on 15th to 16th July 2016 at the grand Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park on the enchanting island of Bali.
VIRAL FEST ASIA is an annual festival celebrating the very best in music and video content revolution in Asia. The continent's hottest artistes, musicians, digital talents, and social media celebs with combined fans counting over 150 million people will converge in Bali, for an explosive night of an All-Star concert, EDM music, and visual extravaganza of 3D projection mapping with finally to top it all, a firework fiesta. In celebration of creativity, the festival will also be attended by content creators, social media influencers, musicians, film makers, directors, and netizens as well as social media enthusiasts in general.
To be officially opened by Guest of Honor Indonesia's Tourism Minister, Arief Yahya, the festival will be highlighted with the appearance and performance of some of the continent’s top artists and celebrities such as Hyuna and MC Mong from Korea; Chi Pu and Miu Lee from Vietnam; DJ Yasmin, Al Ghazali, and Papinka from Indonesia; Noir and Iris Woo from Japan, Namawee and Joyce Chu from Malaysia; Badshah from India; Bie The Ska and Jannine Woo from Thailand; and many more.
A number of top executives from Asia’s Entertainment Media will also be present at the festival including: Maggie Zhou, Co-President of CMC Holdings China; Tamon Andrew Niwa, President of Media Business BS-TBS Japan; Arunabh Kumar, CEO of the Viral Fever; Dennis Adhiswara, Founder of Layaria Network Indonesia.
Viral Fest Asia 2016 is presented by Prodigee Media based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, that has the digital brand WebTVAsia and is regarded as the most influential digital platform in Asia in Youtube and other platforms.
Targeting at 12 countries in Asia, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, and India, the event is projected to be attended by no less than 8,000 visitors, to be broadcast live to over 100 million viewers worldwide.
For more information, log on to: http://www.viralfestasia.com/