Pale Waves, The Marias, Tahiti 80, FKJ, Sticky Fingers and many more to perform at Very Festival!

The international indie festival, Very Festival have finally released their full line up!

This year, the 1960s Brtish Invasion and the post-punk inspired indie-rock band will debut in Bangkok at Very Festival. Gerrard, Pritchard and Harris all draw a number of varied sources to create their sound from Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Chris de Burgh among influences on songwriting style and musical presentation over the course of their four albums.
With upcoming alternative rock band formed in 2012 and signed with RCA Records in 2014 consists of Conor Mason, Joe Langridge-Brown, guitarist and keyboardist Dominic Craik, bassist Philip Blake, and drummer James Price. They have played at multiple festivals in the UK including Reading & Leeds and Isle of Wight Festival.
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Another pioneer multi-instrumentalist newbie to the alternative scene, French Kiwi Juice (FKJ) is known for his collaboration with Masego with the song titled Tadow. FKJ has performed at well-established festivals including Coachella, Euphoria, CRSSD, Lollapozza, and Lightning in a bottle.
After their first successful sold old show in Bangkok, the Aussie indie-reggae rock band formed in 2008, Sticky Fingers will be returning to the Very Festival in Bangkok this year. Expect some psychedelic reggae influences from bands like The Clash, Pink Floyd and The Arctic Monkeys.
Indie pop band from Manchester, Pale Waves released their debut single EP, All the Things I Never Said in 2018. With their first time at the Very Festival, expect an 80s performance that draws influences from Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Synth Pop and dream pop. Not to mention another alt-pop duo, Joan who will
While there were a lot of indie bands mentioned above, one that is quite pleasantly alluring and therapeutic to listen to would be The Marías, known for performing both songs in English and Spanish infusing elements of Jazz, psychedelia and dream pop.
Alongside established artists including French indie-pop Tahiti 80, 60s retro pop band vibes from FUR, and if anyone remembers ‘San Francisco Street’? Yes, Sun Rai will be making be bringing those pop and jazz vibes to Bangkok.
See below for the full line-up:


Tickets are available for 3,600 THB. Grab your tickets now at Ticketmelon.





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