Shye, YONLAPA, Cotoba, Syd Hartha, and more regional artists announced for Trans Asia Music Meeting at Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021

Shye, YONLAPA, Cotoba, Syd Hartha, and more regional artists announced for Trans Asia Music Meeting at Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021

UPDATE 08/01/21: Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021 has been postponed until further notice

Music Lane Festival Okinawa is partnering up with seven countries to bring more music to audiences all around the world in 2021. 

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This follows previous weeks’ announcements of up to 28 Japanese artists performing at the event, including Shonen Knife, Sunny Day Service, element of the moment, RIKUO, and more. 

Adding 35 more up-and-coming musicians, the new lineup for the Trans Asia Music Meeting (TAMM) features music from Thailand, Mongolia, Philippines, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Japan

Check out who they are below:


Thailand: YONLAPA, H3F, My Life As Ali Thomas

Mongolia: Mohanik, The Colors, Nisvanis, Magnolian

Philippines: She’s Only Sixteen, Syd Hartha, KRNA

South Korea: Cotoba, No.1 Korean, The Sound

Malaysia: Skits, The Golden Mammoth, Jemson, Court 10, FAZZ, Capt'n Trips And The Kid, The Filters

Singapore: Shye, Woes, YAØ, HubbaBubbas, Shak’thiya, Shirly Temple

Indonesia: lightcraft, Tanayu, Prince Hussein, Pretty Rico, Bedchamber, Jeslla, Iris Bevy

Japan: the you, omni sight


These acts will join the Trans Asia Music Meeting 2021 with pre-recorded performances shown via live-streaming, connecting to the hybrid showcase festival held in multiple venues. Forming a strong music network between Okinawa and Asia, TAMM’s music conference aims to open up a new music platform for artists and listeners alike. 

Get regular tickets to Music Lane Festival Okinawa 2021 at ¥4,000 (US$38.44) here