No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March

There's good news for those still reeling over the postponement (read: cancellation) of Silverlake Music Festival, as March will play host another another outdoor music festival. 

By Vasachol Quadri | Feb 06, 2014

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  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
  • No Silverlake, No Worries! Keep On The Grass Music Festival to Return this March
    2014 Full Lineup

Gig organizer The World May Never have confirmed that the second edition of their folky Keep On The Grass Music Festival will take place at Muaklek Nakorn Ratchasima on Mar 8.

Originally slated as a smaller version of their annual Stone Free festival, Keep On The Grass puts more focus on folk, acoustic and instrumental and experimental artists.

Taking to the grassy, open-air stage this year will be some of our favorite new bands like Alone Tournament and Youth Brush, as well as all-time favorites like My Post Life, Buddhist Holiday and Gene Mahasmut

This year's real highlights, though, must be 80s progressive rocker, DJ and writer Manot Puttan and folk soloist Jetmon Malayotha, ex-guitarist of 90s alternative band Proud and co-founder of Smallroom Records.  

For the full lineup, see to the slideshow above.

Pre-sale tickets are available now at B1,000 from the festival's Facebook page, while door tickets will jump to B1,500.

Get yourself ready with our picks:

 

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