By A.Akbar

Malaysian streetwear brand Rockiss, which was the first Malaysian brand to make an appearance at Van’s Warped Tour, will be bringing down Dallas-based rock band, Crown The Empire.

Crown The Empire, who have graced big stages like Download Festival and ADTR’s Self Help festival, will be Rockiss’ third big show of the year after Neck Deep’s sophomore show at the same venue and Miss May I’s Southeast Asian tour. The brand has brought the likes of Mayday Parade, ISSUES, New Found Glory, and Chunk! No Captain Chunk over the past few years.

In addition to that, Malaysian post-hardcore kings, SOG, will be touring with Crown The Empire for their KL, Kuching and Singapore leg.

Date: May 13th, 2018

Time: 8pm

Venue: The Bee, Publika

Admission: RM66, RM77 and RM188

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