LUCfest is returning this November with a diverse lineup of acts from Asia.
Happening across three days, folk-pop band Munimuni come as the only Filipino artist to perform at the Taiwanese indie music festival this year. They join the likes of Thailand’s Numcha and Valentina Ploy, Indonesia’s Reality Club and Isyana Sarasvati, South Korea’s ADOY and 250, and more.
LUCfest 2023 will be happening from 3 to 5 November in the city of Tainan. More information on the showcase venues will be announced soon.
Early bird tickets are now available for purchase at TWD 2,999, while daily passes available at TWD 1,999. There are also PRO passes, priced at TWD 3,500, which allow attendees access to both the festival’s showcase performances and music conference. All tickets are available via the festival’s official website.
LUCfest was first established in 2017 and has since become a prominent platform for showcasing some of the best talents from Taiwan and the region. In the past, the festival – and industry conference – has invited a number of Filipino acts including SOS and Clara Benin.
Watch the music video for Munimuni’s latest release, “Dito Muna” here.