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Kuching, 4 July 2011 – Startijenn is a musical powerhouse based in the northern province of Brittany in France, home to a rich musical tradition. Considered a local phenomenon, Startijenn are a dance band of the first order. They burst on the scene in 2006 and have not stopped since, garnering awards, praises and a relentless audience.

With a constant desire to surprise and excite, their concerts feature a wild mix of traditional tunes, dynamic arrangements and unique compositions. Now established as a leading voice in Breton music scene Startijenn have toured to Switzerland, Germany, Holland or Poland. When the music is as good as Startijenn’s, it is universal!
The 14th Rainforest World Music Festival is all set for this weekend. This inspiring musical and cultural celebration of contemporary and traditional world music will be held on the 8 to 10 July 2011, under the imposing shadow of Mount Santubong, and in the midst of a virgin rainforest at the edge of the South China Sea. As well as evening performances on the main stage, there are afternoon workshops, lectures, jam sessions and smaller concerts.

The festival site is in its final stages of preparation and the musicians have begun arriving and getting ready for their performance. If you have not got your ticket to the most talked about event, do so now so as not to avoid disappointment!

RWMF has been voted for the second consecutive year as one of the Top 25 Best International Festivals by renowned world music magazine, Songlines, elevating its status in the international music scene as a festival which has well and truly put Sarawak on the world tourism map and extending its appeal to shores further from neighbouring countries. This is where people regardless of their ethnicity, cultural backgrounds, music interests, come together and have a blasting day.

For purchase/booking/enquiries please visit or call ticketCharge Hotline: +6 03-9222 8811 or at TicketCharge @ No 42A-1, Jalan Metro Pudu, Fraser Business Park, Off Jalan Yew, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. You may also purchase tickets from TicketCharge outlets namely Chambers Music, Telventure Sdn Bhd, Rock Corner all in the Klang Valley or at Speedy Outlets throughout the country.

Tickets also on sale at Sarawak Tourism Board’s Visitors Information Centres in Kuching (082-410944), Sibu (084-340980) and Miri (085-434180).

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Date : July 4, 2011

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