[Blog Giveaway]- 1 Pair of Category 2 Tickets to Sundown Festival 2013 [worth SGD$196]

Have the love and passion for some rocking good music? Missed out on the chance to get the early birds’ tickets to Sundown Festival 2013?

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Well, fret not because we have a wonderful piece of news for all of you and that is; in collaboration with Jabra Singapore, the Official Headphones Sponsor for Sundown Festival 2013, we will be giving away 1 Pair of Category 2 Tickets to Sundown Festival 2013 [worth SGD$196].

If you’re new to Sundown Festival and you’re wondering what the hype is all about, Sundown Festival is an annual event that celebrates Asian music and culture, with the aims of not only showing the best and most vibrant of Asian entertainment, but also to unite and bridge the cultural diversity of Asia.

Each year, a new Asian country will be added to the list of performers, creating a snowball effect to the festival in order to generate hype, anticipation, and captivate audience.


The line up for this year’s Sundown Festival 2013 is as follows:


Adonia Shao

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Adonia Shao made her public singing debut in the talent show, “Super Girl” in 2005. Six years after her win on Guangzhou’s popular singing contest, Adonia Shao had the opportunity to work with China’s top DJ, Wang Yi Long, who helped her create a new electronic music single, “Want To Love”. The 27-year-old has made multiple appearance overseas including a new year’s day concert in Italy in 2008. Sundown Festival 2013 is Adonia’s first foray into Singapore.

Hong Kong

Bosco Wong

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Bosco Wong is a Hong Kong TVB actor as well as a singer managed by record company, East Asia Music. Other than earning himself exposure and recognition as a rising actor, Bosco also morphed comfortably into a singer where he further honed his skills when he was signed by East Asia Music in 2008. Bosco released his debut EP in December 2008 and an EP titled, “Bravo” two years later. The highly sought after actor is also famed for lending his voices to several TVB series theme songs, including “Wars of In-Laws” and “Devil’s Disciples” and movie soundtrack of “Love In Time”.



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One of the region’s fastest growing bands, NIDJI [meaning ‘rainbow’ in Japanese] is a six-men ensemble that is all about bringing colour and authenticity to their brand of pop alternative music. The meteoric rise of Nidji has established the 11-year-old troupe as a tour de force in the Indonesian music industry. Since their first album, “Breakthru”, in 2006, the group has played more than 350 gigs to sell-out audience who swoon over their original hits like “Child”, “Biarlah”, and “Sang Mantan”.



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D=Out is a Japanese visual kei rock band which was formed in 2006. A mere five days after the announcement of D=Out’s formation, the five members played their first concert on December 29 and followed quickly with several concerts at Ikebukuro Cyber and Holiday Shinjuku after that. They also released their first two albums in Europe through CLJ Records and had two tours in Europe, first in 2009, then in 2010. The five-man band recently released “Kabuki Disco” in February 2013, making it the group’s 7th album.


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Screw is a five-member Japanese rock and visual-kei band founded in 2006. Screw has experimented boldly with their visual and music styles since their debut, producing a diverse musical portfolio of tracks ranging from rock and heavy metal to dance, pop and even ballads. Screw’s fifth studio album was released on 15 February 2012 and it immediately earned third spot on the Indies chart. The band’s domestic tour for 2013 was titled, “Screw 7th Anniversary Never-ending Breath” which began its run in Osaka this year on April 13th and concluded at Shibuya-AX on April 20th.



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AOA [Ace of Angels] is a South Korean girl band comprising five members and an idol group consisting of seven members. The group broke into the K-pop scene on 30 July 2012 with their single album, “Angel’s Story”. Managed by FNC Entertainment, AOA made its debut on the 30th of July last year. Three months after their official debut, the group released its second single album, “Wanna Be”. AOA recently completed a showcase in Japan in July 2013, which followed shortly after the launch of their third single album, “Moya”.


Rico Blanco

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Filipino rock icon. Prolific songwriter. Album producer. Thespian. Performer. These are but five of a myriad of reasons why Rico Blanco is extolled as one of the key pillars of modern Filipino music scene. One of his most famous works was the United Nations MDG theme song titled, “Tayo Tayo Rin”. Rico’s most recent album release in the region is “Galactik Fiestamatik”, which scored the number one spot on iTunes worldwide upon its reveal and won critics over in Singapore and Hong Kong. The single, “Neon Lights” even debuted at number one on Hong Kong’s top radio charts, beating other international artistes such as Justin Bieber and Avril Lavigne.


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A trio of Christian rockers and fellow church members form Philippines alternative rock act, Rocksteddy. Founded in March 2003 by singer Teddy Corpuz, drummer Jeff Cucullo, and rhythm guitar Howie Ramos, the band formerly known as Acoustic Faith decided to drop the Christian lyricism and acoustic style and turned to alternative rock two years later.


Yoga Lin

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Yoga Lin’s claim to fame was as the winner of the first season of Taiwan’s reality TV singing competition, “One Million Star”. In the competition, Lin impressed the judges with his vivid interpretation of “Steel Rope Walker”, originally by James Li. After beginning his 2012 to 2013 concert tour, “FUGUE”, his latest Jazz-inspired live performance compilation album, “Jazz Channel”, was released on 5 February 2013.


No More Tear

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No More Tear is a female-fronted pop-rock band from Thailand and it is currently made up of FukFang the vocalist, Chay the guitarist, Ice the drummer, and Tae the bassist. Not quite a band that wants to be pigeon-holed into a particular music genre, band leader FukFang hence defined one for her band, Power Pop. According to the pint-sized dynamo, it is a kind of rock that is super energetic, upbeat, and one that just wants to make everyone get up and dance.


Apart from music, Sundown Festival also showcases some of the best cultural acts and fab street food from the region year after year.

Sundown Festival’s Asian Food Village was created to highlight and honour the rich cultural diversity of this part of our world.

This time round, the Asian Food Village  is having another tongue-tickling line up of Asian cuisines and desserts from countries like the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and many more.

At the very same festival grounds, you can also look forward to fringe performances with the likes of muaythai, traditional Philippines bamboo dance known as tinikling, and the mystical and time-honoured Indonesian “barong”.

To win 1 Pair of Category 2 Tickets to Sundown Festival 2013 [worth SGD$196], all you have to do is the following:

1. Like Jabra Singapore’s Facebook Page & A Winsome Life’s Facebook Page.

2. Share this -> photo by tagging the friend that you wish to bring along for Sundown Festival 2013 with the following caption: “Jabra, the Official Headphones Sponsor for Sundown Festival 2013 is collaborating with @awinsomelife to give away some concert tickets. Check out their Blog Post for this year’s line up!

3. The lucky winner will be selected by a random number generator and will be informed via Email or Facebook Message.

Terms & Conditions For The Giveaway

1. The closing date and time for submissions is 10 November 2013 [Sunday], 2359 hours.

2. Your Facebook Profile has to be set to public so that we can verify that you have shared the photo.

3. All decisions made are final and no disputes will be entertained.

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