All you need to know about the biggest music festivals in Asia

Missed these? Try again in 2015

Just because we like to rub it in, here're some of the big acts you missed in 2014. Don't worry, they're annual events, so you have sufficient time to get your air tickets, book your hotels and get ready for the 2015 leg.

More after the break...

St. Jerome’s Festival Laneway Singapore

25 January 2014 | Singapore

Birthed from an Australian festival, Laneway Singapore has been a hot favourite amongst indie music lovers with the independent music acts it attracts to the island each year.

Line-up: 2014 saw HAIM, Daughter, and Mount Kimbie amongst other equally stellar bands gracing the stage. We can't wait to see who 2015 will bring. 

Damage: S$150 but if you buy early, you get special assorted discounts. So round up a big group of friends, commit early, and save on entry to spend on booze.

7107 International Music Festival

22-23 February | Clark, Philippines

This festival showcases local music acts alongside international ones, covering a mix of genres that should appeal to every music-lover and cover all bases.

Line-up: Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kaskade headlined the 2014 edition, with supporting acts like Empire of the Sun and Kendrick Lamar mixing things up.

Damage: Day passes were priced from P5500 (S$157), so expect similar pricing next year.

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