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JUE Up! First Line Up Announcement

From March 12th to April 3rd will be the third edition of Split Works’ JUE Festival. The Anti-Hibernation, as it’s nick named this year, will be ruling –and probably defrosting– Shanghai and Beijing’s music and art scene.

Last week was announced the first line up for the festival, the music acts already confirmed are the Japanese electronic post rock band World’s End Girlfriend with  Black Hole Carnival, Holland’s indie The Black Atlantic, Beijing’s Carsick Cars headlining a Maybe Mars showcase with their new line-up for the first time in Shanghai, the French electronic musician Vitalic, the German/Norway’s The Whitest Boy Alive, plus the folk bands HanggaiZhangh Weiwei, Shanren, and yet more to confirm in the coming weeks.

Last year’s JUE featured over 70 events, including St. Vincent, and Hanggai concerts, if you want to remember it, or see what you missed, you can watch this short documentary produced by Split Works and Daedalum films.

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