From the ones who brought you the first post-Chester Bennington Linkin Park Tribute at the Bee Publika, REVOFEV presents a new gig series bringing you the freshest indie bands in the country. Headlining the show will be the finalist of House of Vans’ MUSICIANS WANTED competition, Budak Nakal Hujung Simpang, together with 2016 Tiger Jams finalist Son of a Policeman (SOAP), VIMA Awards’ Top College Act Night Skies and Visions, Tanjung Malim post rock frontliners Seikan No and many more.

Son of A Policeman.

Night Skies and Visions.


Seikan No.

Come dance with your future legends at Perfect Square Space, TTDI!


Date: September 17th, 2017

Time: 6pm

Venue: Perfect Square Space

Admission: RM20 with one free drink

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