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Zebra Music Festival (Shanghai) Announces Headlining Acts
07-09-2014 | Music Events
This year, ZMF is associated with SMG Dragon TV to organize ZMF (Shanghai) and we also have a new name for the festival which is 'Fanqi . Zebra Music Festival (Shanghai)'.
Recently, ZMF is excited to announce a few headlining acts officially which are FTISLAND, STARLINE, UV Girl, Power Station and Aaron Yan. FTISLAND short for Five Treasure Island, is a five-member South Korean pop-rock band. The members are Chio Jong-hoon (guitar and keyboard), Lee Hongki (lead vocals), Lee Jaejin (bass and vocals), Song Seung-hyun (guitar and vocals) and Choi Min-hwan (drums). Last year, they were invited to perform at Summer Sonic in Japan. Besides music career, they are also involved in TV series and video ad filming.
Power Station, a Taiwanese rock duo, is a famous band in China, especially in 80s and 90s. Many of their songs are very well-known to Chinese audience. Aaron Yan is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer, commercial and actor.
Moreover, ZMF will offer family focused entertainment and activities for kids of ages and families of all sizes. A Sunshine Stage will be set up for kids only to show their talent on a big stage. Meanwhile, Dragon TV will also have some of kids program hosted on Sunshine Stage at ZMF during these 3 days where any kid and parent is welcome to join, which is going to be a good opportunity for parents and kids to spend some good time together.
Remember, ZMF is not only designed for music enthusiasts, but also for anyone of you who loves life and enjoys having fun with friends or families. With the ocean scenery, funky music and interactive activities, there will certainly be a memorable time for you!
2014 ZMF SHANGHAI
Date: July 25-July 27
Place: Shanghai Jianshan Beach
Tickets: 4000-406-506 www.gewara.com
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