Sarawak Bloggers covering the Asia Music Festival (AsiaMF2014) for the second time gave the new music festival a good thumbs up, and hoped it would be continued for coming years.

Sarawak Bloggers with the STB CEO, Dato Rashid Khan
Sarawak Bloggers with the STB CEO, Dato Rashid Khan

The bloggers which were given free media passes to cover and enjoy the event gave close to no negative pointers about the event with, but hoped that it would only improve for coming years and become as big as the world renowned Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF).

Free style of part of the Sarawak Bloggers at AsiaMF2014
Free style featuring part of the Sarawak Bloggers at AsiaMF2014

According to most of them, Retrospect, a band from Thailand was the cherry of the cake as they rocked the whole stage with amazing music which were not only dance worthy, but also mesmerizing.

Free style of part of the Sarawak Bloggers at AsiaMF2014
Another free style featuring another part of the Sarawak Bloggers at AsiaMF2014

Joe, who owns the blog www.adjaymagicoftheday.blogspot.com said that the AsiaMF2014 was “an adventure and an experience which makes it an event not to be missed if you are looking to check out a kaleidoscope of music”.

The stage area when the event just started. Crowd grew bigger then.
The stage area when the event just started. Crowd grew bigger then.

Eileen who blogs at www.awomandiary.com on the other hand said despite the variety, the AsiaMF2014 seemed to be more youthful this year, with music more appealing to the younger generation.

Halena, Petrus and Fabian who echoed their views also gave special mention to Malaysian band Mad Augus, which they felt made Malaysia proud with such an amazing performance during this edition of the AsiaMF.

To know what our other bloggers had to say, kindly visit their links below.

On behalf of the Sarawak Bloggers, we thank the Sarawak Tourism Board for again, allowing our bloggers to cover such an impressive event.