Your Favorite Enemies and Voodoo Invited To Perform At China's Sound of the Xity
Canadian rock band Your Favorite Enemies and French band Voodoo have been invited to participate in Sound of the Xity
MusicDish*China announced that Canadian rock band Your Favorite Enemies and French band Voodoo have been invited to participate in Sound of the Xity, China's music conference and showcase festival taking place in early April. Though details have yet to be released, both bands will be part of a top line-up of chinese and international bands scheduled to perform at some of Beijing's most venerable venues. Both bands' festival performances will open their respective spring tours throughout China.
Both bands will attend the annual Sound of the Xity conference, which invites producers and artists to perform in China in hopes of bridging Eastern and Western markets. The Festival only selects the most representative bands to perform on the Chinese stage. Aside from the three day showcase festival, there will also be a two day music conference in which industry playmakers can discuss the international music market.
"Sound of the Xity", launched by SX-Music in 2011, is an ongoing branded activity comprised of periodically-held events. Sound of the Xity events provide a single platform for musical performances, modern performance art, industry talks, and cultural exchange for young artists from around the world. This platform draws together the subcultures and related products that spring up around the central core of music, presenting these to artists, industry professionals, the cultural industry media and young audiences in different cities all around China. Sound of the Xity is working toward becoming the most substantiative single platform for international modern music and cultural exchange in China and the most effective choice for the international development and growth of local music and related subcultures.
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