The streaming event, which is scheduled for May 30, will help provide and support jobs within Hong Kong’s local independent music scene.

Creative talents and organisers within Hong Kong’s local music scene have united together to launch their upcoming online streaming festival – the Tone Online Music Festival – on May 30.

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The pay-per-view online festival is a joint collaboration between multiple organisers within Hong Kong’s music community including This Town Needs, Zuk Studio, Detuned Radio Festival, Daymaker Creatives, OC2S Music, among others.

In a time when people are trying to make ends meet and survive during the coronavirus, the music festival aims to bring awareness of the city’s indie music scene and hopes to provide job opportunities within the industry.

The line-up features a wide selection of Hong Kong’s indie acts and talents including RubberBand, Serrini, Jan Curious & tombeats, Matt Force, Life Was All Silence, Rain In Time 及時雨, Stereo Is The Answer, Gigi & Sabrina, and BubbleVirus.

The event will begin at 4pm till late. Tickets are available to purchase here on a pay whatever you want basis from HKD$100 – HKD$1,000.

The festival will be available to stream on Happy Kongner’s YouTube channel, organiser This Town Needs’ Facebook page, and KKBOX’s Facebook page.

Source: Unite Asia

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