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Sultangate Music Festival 2019




Sultangate Music Festival 2019 will feature two award winning artistes - Addy Cradle and NURADEE. As the wave of change hit the music industry, these artistes, who were once under major recording labels like Warners, Life Records, EMI and Pony Canyon, are now turning to independent labels instead. With Sultangate Music Festival, they can draw on this platform to launch their works. For ticket

Main Act
The Rising Star
Lit The Stage
Opening Act
Baghdad Street

Sultangate Music Festival 2018

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This yearʼs Sultangate Music Festival features more young talents and international acts. Local budding singer/songwriters Lily and Chelsea will join Fairuz and Wawan in a special segment Lit The Stage while musicians from Pakistan will be performing under the banner of JAMBRO for the festival finale..

Lily and Chelsea have written songs that reflect issues faced by the young generation today. Through their songs, they hope their voices can be heard as they share their views and perspective on life.

Our home-grown indie band The Lost Hat will take the centre stage during the official opening of the festival on Friday. They'll do a Bohemian line-up, all being original compositions inspired by gypsy music.

We will also feature Ivan Kwan, a local saxophonist who caught the eye of the organiser when he performed with Veda9 at last yearʼs festival. After making his name in the local Jazz scene, his exploratory style of playing has gradually evolved to a more divine sound. This festival will be his debut performance as a solo artiste

In addition to the Malay Heritage Centre, which was also the venue for last yearʼs festival, we will be hitting the streets this time around. Bussorah Mall and Baghdad Street will be two of the possible locations for the fringe events with a line-up of street performances throughout the 3 days.




Sultangate Music Festival 2017

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Music lovers in Singapore will get to experience a unique blend of music performed by local artistes at the Sultangate Music Festival to be held from 15th to 17th December 20 1 at the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC). It is a collaboration between a group of music enthusiasts who are looking for a platform to share their style of music.


Four categories of music will be featured – Bohemian, Spiritual, Ethnic and New Age . Two workshops will also be organized for music lovers – Virtual Reality and Footprints , with all programs being carried out at the MHC Auditorium. 


The festival opens on Friday, 15th December at 2.30pm with the soft launch of community portal It is expected to attract the business community in Kampong Glam district, prominent music practitioners and executives from various music organizations.

Datuk Ramli Sarip will grace the opening of the festival as the Guest-Of-Honour.


Friday – 15th December. Following the launch at 3pm, Karmahead, will perform their brand of Bohemian music. The group is headed by singer, songwriter Art Fazil and accompanied by percussion extraordinaire Bobby Singh and flutist AlHafiz. At 8.30pm, Alwehdah will perform pure Samrah (South Yemeni) folk and modern Arabic music. Audience can expect a vibrant display of Arabic culture through their music.

Saturday – 16th December Veda9 will take the stage with their holistic, therapeutic repertoire entitled Language Of The Birds at 8.30pm. Formed in 2007, the band has performed at the World Music Festival in Gyeongnam, South Korea in 2008 and released their debut album Existence in 2012.  Veda9 has been creating unique sound that blends with nature.

Sunday – 17th December Addy Cradle’s Transcendence will close the festival with their New Age music at 5.30pm. It will feature songs from Addy's latest album by the same name and accompanied by highly talented musicians on Oud, Keyboard, Drums and Bass.

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