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The now-defunct Plainsunset (above), as well The Dirt Radicals have all played Baybeats. For its 16th edition this year, the line-up remains as eclectic as ever, with 28 bands performing across four stages over three days.

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The now-defunct Plainsunset, as well The Dirt Radicals (above) have all played Baybeats. For its 16th edition this year, the line-up remains as eclectic as ever, with 28 bands performing across four stages over three days.

Still as eclectic as ever

Jun 16, 2017 5:50 AM

ONE of Singapore's oldest and longest running music festivals, Baybeats, returns next month.

A total of 28 bands will play over three days (July 14-16), and as always, the line-up features an eclectic line-up of both homegrown and regional indie musicians.

Six will come from the

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