Jao Zhuang Festival Plans to Promote Appreciation Culture and Nature in China
Jao Zhuang Festival features an impressive line-up that includes Degree 56, Rebel, and many other indie artists
Jao Zhuang Music Festival will take place on October 1st and 2nd of this year, with over twenty prominent Chinese indie bands scheduled to perform. Sponsors of the two-day festival hope the event will promote the appreciation of culture and nature, celebrating a new age of international cultural exchange and environmentalism in China.
To coincide with its message, the festival will held in the historic city of Baoding, just north of Beijing. Baoding is the perfect venue where the old and the new, nature and society live in perfect harmony. Aside from its stunning natural scenery and traditional architecture, the city is also known for housing one of China's largest renewable energy plants. Baoding symbolizes a place where past and future converges.
With an impressive line-up that includes Degree 56, Rebel, and many other indie artists, Jao Zhuang is a festival that cannot be missed. So take a break from your hectic schedule, enjoy incredible music, and celebrate the dawn of a new age with all of your favorite artists on October 1st and 2nd.
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