Include festival in Sarawak Tourism Calendar
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By Neville Timothy Sanders & Gabriel Lihan

KUCHING: The Borneo Music Festival 2022 has received a positive reception from most of the visitors.

The two-day music festival saw international artistes such as DJ Soda and Allan Walker showcasing their songs seamlessly for all the music lovers out there.

On the first day of the festival, New Sarawak Tribune spoke to some of the visitors.

Following are their comments on the event:


Rico

RICO

It’s actually very exciting to come and enjoy this festival. My friends and I came all the way from Pontianak, about nine hours’ drive away, but it was worth the trip. Of course, I’m excited to see DJ Soda and Allan Walker and I hope this festival will become a staple in Sarawak Tourism Calendar.


Angelina

ANGELINA

Honestly, I’m very happy that this festival is finally here. It was supposed to be held in 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I’m mostly excited to see Allan Walker performing because it’s not always that you get to see international artistes coming to Sarawak. I’m just here to have fun and to dance all night. It will be good for our economy if the festival is included in our tourism calendar.


Brian Chung

BRIAN CHUNG

Of course I’m excited to see DJ Soda and Allan Walker as well. It’s not often that we get to see foreign artistes. I’ll be coming here every single year if the festival is included in Sarawak Tourism Calendar.


Damon Sim

DAMON SIM

I’m truly excited to see what kind of music these artistes are going to perform, and yes I believe that this event should be included in the tourism calendar. Some people came all the way from Brunei and West Malaysia. So you can see that it is good for the state’s economy.

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