After venturing into the digital realm the past 2 years, FRED PERRY SUBCULTURE returns to a physical space on Sunday, 11th December 2022 from 4pm onwards (doors open at 3pm), taking over what once was the world’s largest and finest railway engineering workshops; Sentul Depot.
Celebrating the brand’s long-standing relationship with music and street culture, the 2022 edition of FRED PERRY SUBCULTURE will feature a nightlong of live music performances by the finest talents of Malaysia’s music scene.
Fred Perry’s Subculture is a series of global annual celebrations of music and street culture organised by U.K. clothing brand Fred Perry. The series made its debut in 2005 in Britain, forged by decades of Fred Perry’s connection to music and street style dating back to the 1950s.
Pre-pandemic in 2019, Subculture was held at REXKL with over 2000 fans who turned up (a photo was featured in London’s Design Museum at the Fred Perry: A Cultural Icon Exhibition in June 2022). In the year 2020 and 2021, the concerts were held online.
So, what can you expect this time around?
Well, you definitely won’t be able to stand still because rocking the stage are ska legends, Gerhana Skacinta, indie rockers, The Times and Pesawat, indie pop supergroup Joanna & Co, punk rockers, Trophy Knives, cult-favourites, Hawa and JEMSON, and Fred Perry Malaysia ambassadors, the soulful Dani Komari as well as ‘fuzz rock n roll’ quartet, The Fatalis.
The epic sounds of the day will be supported by true drivers of music, sharing sounds of Britain with Orange Amplifiers by Music Bliss. An array of amplifiers will also be on display for music enthusiasts wanting to give it a whirl like some of the greats performing on stage.
You can discover portraits of local (MY) and regional (SG and ID) icons and innovators spanning from independent musicians to artists and more – all bound by the same subversive spirit of the Fred Perry shirt.
Guests can quench their thirst with the best coffee in town by Kee Nguyen Vietnamese Coffee, by Fred Perry ambassador, Radius Khor. For those in search of a crystal cold one, the Tiger Crystal, the official beer partner of FRED PERRY SUBCULTURE, is available for them to crack open and gulp on.
Tickets are complimentary to be redeemed but limited! So, hurry up and get them here.
Don’t forget to deck out in your favourite Fred Perry gear for that perfect photo.
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