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24th Jan 2014 3:51pm | By Emily Ray
Grab your passports and book your flights to Kuala Lumpur - this one's going to be good...
The final names have been added to the line-up of this year's Future Music Festival, taking place between March 13 - 15 at the iconic Bukit Jalil National Stadium Showgrounds in Malaysia - and it looks set to be quite the corker.
Making an appearance on the Saturday is singer/songwriter and Daft Punk's best new buddy Pharrell Williams, who'll be joined on the day by sets from British rapper Tinie Tempah, as well as mega producers Martin Garrix and Bassjackers.
Also taking to the stage across the three days is deadmau5, Will Sparks and Rudimental, in a festival promising a diverse mix of trance, dubstep, electro house and hip hop from over 70 international and local artists.
The festival has been known to attract music-lovers from all over the world, with Aussies in particular being known to make the 3000-odd mile trip to attend the annual shindig. Even fans from the UK and Europe are said to be already flying in to bask in the pre-festival atmosphere.
Iqbal Ameer, Director of Livescape Asia, said: "The traction we have gained over the last two-years has been amazing and we are positive that this is going to be better than last year."
Tickets are still available and can be purchased here.
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