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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Arthur's Day 2013

This year's Arthur's Day came and went by quick.
 Although it's about 5 hours long of pure live music; with the adrenaline pumping, 3 chart-topping international artists (Five For Fighting, All American Rejects, The Wanted) and our local artists (Once Upon A Time There Was A Sausage Named Bob, Prema Yin) later, it leaves the Guinness fans who flocked at the Sepang International Circuit craving for more.
 Prema Yin
 Once Upon A Time There Was A Sausage Named Bob
 Five For Fighting
 All American Rejects
 The Wanted

Arthur’s Day has always been about people coming together for unique and remarkable music experiences. This year we wanted to do more so we brought not just 1 but 3 international music icons for the celebrations here in Malaysia, making it one of the biggest Arthur’s Day celebrations yet. The month long Arthur’s Day parties nationwide was a hit with consumers as well. All in all, we had more than a hundred thousand people across Malaysia come together and raise a toast to Arthur and those who like him, make great things happen.” said Bruce Dallas, Marketing Director of Guinness Anchor Berhad.

Before the party started, Joey G hit up the decks to get people into the mood as they arrive at the scene:
The MCs of the event, Serena C with Arnold Loh:
Upon arrival, Guinness fans were brought through a journey through time of all things Guinness through the build up at the Guinness wall. The huge stage that had the 3 international artists played on constructed from 2 stages joined together in the centre forming one big gigantic 150 ft stage which is quite an architectural marvel.
The artists each performing for more than an hour respectively gave their fans the true meaning of what it is to experience a 'rocking good time'! They too, had a wonderful time performing for the fans on stage.
With the talented artists that take the stage, to the worthy awardees of the Arthur Guinness Fund, to the many millions of Guinness fans around the world, people come together on Arthur’s Day to pay tribute to Arthur Guinness and the bold individuals just like him, through an epic night of music. With the 2013 festivities celebrated in style and a record number of people raising a toast to Arthur Guinness, plans are already in place to ensure Arthur’s Day 2014 is yet another night to remember.

2 comments:

HenRy LeE said...

I missed prema yin, i thought she would go second in the opening act tho...overall it was a great finale! :D

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, the party did start early at 5:59. :D