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Myx TV backs Asian music festival in San Diego


LOS ANGELES—Asian-American network Myx TV is again partnering with Southern California’s AMP Music Festival, which showcases local talent and the Asian-American community’s rising stars.

Set for Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Market Creek Plaza at 310 Euclid Avenue in San Diego, this year’s festival offers a wide variety of genres from pop-rock to vocal percussions.

Popular food trucks will offer gastronomic treats, and music and lifestyle vendors will be present at the full-day event, presented by Pacific Arts Movement.

AMP Music Festival, brainchild of Silk Road Productions, began as a daring project to connect mainstream music-loving audiences with traditionally overlooked Asian-Pacific-American talent.

On stage this year will be Amy Monzon, April Nhem, CREW LOVE ft. DANakaDAN, Sam Kang, Chucky Kim, Abe Kim, and Priscilla Liang, EVMB ft. Aileen u & Nice Things Productions, Her Crimson Love, Jason Diego, Johnny HiFi, Katriz Trinidad, Nylon Pink, the Plastic Revolution, Siah S, and Terry Matsuoka.

“Myx TV is proud to support the local artist community and Asian-American talent,” said Tiffany Phung, marketing manager for Myx TV. “The channel has shined the spotlight on many of these artists and we look forward to celebrating their music.”

Myx TV has been a partner since AMP Music Festival’s inception. “Myx TV has been supportive since the beginning and it is great to have an alliance with a credible, reputable and popular media entity with whose mission and vision we are in complete alignment,” said Dennis-Michael Broussard, director & founder of the festival.

“We are very happy and proud to have Myx TV as a rock ’n roll sponsor for this year’s AMP Music Festival!” he added.

AMP Music Festival showcases music and the arts for the benefit of arts programs in local schools, with a focus on districts that serve at risk youth.

For more information and a sneak peek into the upcoming festival, visit www.ampmusicfestival.com.


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