RWMF 2024 Performers List

Kitaro RWMF 2024 Sarawak

The RWMF 2024 Performers List is now out, and Kitaro, the Grammy and Golden Globe award winner, will headline this year's festival.

Over the years, the Rainforest World Music Festival has brought in many world-class names, and finally, we get the legendary Kitaro to perform here in Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia.

RWMF 2024 Performers List

Apart from Kitaro headlining RWMF2024, the list also shared who else will be performing for this year's show, and the list is in no order below.

  • Zainal Abidin (Malaysia)
  • Belle Sisoski (Sarawak)
  • Alright Mela Meets Santoo (Pakistan/France)
  • Bourbon Lassi (Australia/Malaysia)
  • Imarhan (Algeria/France)
  • Krakatau Ethno (Indonesia)
  • Nini (Taiwan/USA)
  • Rizal Hadi and Folk (Indonesia)
  • Rhythm Rebels Featuring Selonding Bali Aga (Indonesia)
  • Tribal Tide (Singapore)
  • The Borneo Collective (East Malaysia)
  • Adrian G (West Malaysia)
  • Alena Murang (East Malaysia)
  • Nisa Addina (East Malaysia)
  • Salammusik (West Malaysia)
  • The Colour of Sound's Malaysia (West Malaysia)
  • Tuni Sundatang (East Malaysia)
  • Zarul @OurBodySound (West Malaysia)

The Borneo Collective (Sarawak)

The Borneo Collective is the first-ever musical project, called the 'Soul of Sarawak,' to be performed at RWMF2024, featuring Sarawak's masters of traditional instruments backed by an ensemble of world-class musicians from all over Malaysia.

The ensemble comprises Malaysia's Living National Heritage Matthew Ngau, Jerry Kamit of Tuku Kame, Joe Gendang, and Ezra Tekola of At Adau. This is one unique ethnic musical combination that you should not miss.


For those who have yet to buy tickets to RWMF 2024, please visit the official website and purchase your tickets.

The Rainforest World Music Festival 2024 will take place from 28 to 30 June at the Sarawak Cultural Village and is one of the most unique music festivals in the world.

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