LUCfest is set to return to Tainan City, Taiwan, for its third edition later this year. Happening from Friday, 8 November to Sunday, 10 November, LUCfest will welcome a wide range of regional and international acts to its various stages across Tainan City.
Inagurated in 2017, LUCfest is a Taiwanese music event that consists of showcase performances as well as music forums. It spotlights the rich energy of Taiwan’s independent music, and establishes a platform for information and resource exchange between the Asian and Western music industries.
This year, LUCfest will play host not only to Taiwanese artists, but artists from the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Latvia, Canada, Portugal, The Netherlands, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Japan as well.
The lineup for LUCfest 2019 is as follows:
Band Prince Wei
Elizabete Balčus (Latvia)
Go Go Machine Orchestra
Hsien Jing Chen
Hui Chu Wang
Isaac Vallentin (Canada)
It's Your Fault
João Pais Filipe (Portugal)
The Homesick (The Netherlands)
Tiny Giant (Vietnam)
Two Pills After Meal (Thailand)
Vast & Hazy
Yuta Orisaka (Japan)
A 3-Day Festival Pass that grants access to all musical showcases is priced at NT$1,800. A Conference Pass that grants access to both days of conferences only is priced at NT$900. A Pro 3-Day Pass that grants access to all musical showcases and conferences (with the exception of invite-only events) is priced at NT$2,500. A limited number of 1-Day Passes are priced at NT$1000 each, provided that the 3-Day Festival Passes do not sell out before 21 October.
LUCfest 2019 will be happening from Friday, 8 November to Sunday, 10 November at Tainan City, Taiwan. Tickets are available here. For more information, visit LUCfest's official website or Facebook page.
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