Purveyors of live music, Future Entertainment Australia and Livescape Asia Sdn. Bhd. has gotten the ball rolling for the much anticipated music festival this year, Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA) – slated to be the biggest music gathering Southeast Asia will ever see – by announcing a series of pre-parties leading up to the actual festival.

With the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) set to play host to over 40,000 revellers on 15th and 16th March 2013, the organizers have decided to provide fans with a preview of what’s to come.

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The first pre-party kicks off in Kuala Lumpur – aptly so as FMFA 2013 will be hosted in the country’s capital – on 16th January 2013 (Wednesday) and will be held at The Butter Factory KL. The pre-party at The Butter Factory will feature Swedish superstar DJs AN21 and Max Vangelli.

The first 500 FMFA Early Bird Weekend Pass holders to present their tickets at the door, enters for free. Tickets to the festival will also be sold at the venue on 16th January with a special one-day-only 10% discount. Fans who purchase tickets to the festival at the door will also gain entry into the FMFA 2013 Pre-Party at The Butter Factory.

After Kuala Lumpur, the Future Music Festival Asia 2013 Pre-Party series will tour the region and is set to take place at various venues across three other countries (Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia) from mid January to early February 2013.

Full details of the remaining pre-parties across the region will be announced within the fortnight via Livescape Asia’s Facebook page. Also, don’t forget to keep a close watch on Future Music Festival Asia’s Twitter account for more surprises.

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