Join us for a fantastic day of music, food, and fun at the Boston Taiwan Music Festival! This in-person event will be held at Hyde Playground in Newton Highlands, MA, USA. Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Taiwan through its mesmerizing music performances. From traditional folk tunes to modern pop hits, you’ll be grooving to the beats all day long. Indulge in delicious Taiwanese snacks and explore the bustling marketplace filled with unique crafts and souvenirs. Whether you’re a music lover or simply looking for a memorable experience, the Boston Taiwan Music Festival is the place to be! Don’t miss out on this incredible celebration of Taiwanese music and culture. See you there!
DJ Justin Chen
DJ Justin, the Taiwanese American young artist, is going to bring his remix of nostalgic Mando Pop and groovy beat.
Boston You & Me Music is a Taiwanese band founded by George Huang in Boston, Massachusetts since 2017. Our music incorporates Taiwanese Pop, Folk, and Ballads. Boston You & Me performed at 5+ major events every year, including Newton Taiwan Day, Taiwan Night Market, Taiwan National Day Reception, and more! Reaching 5K+ audience in Great Boston Area.
DJ Justin Chen
JENNY FAN is a music producer, topliner, and artist originally from Taiwan, now based in Boston, who infuses Pop with electronic R&B. She believes music possesses a unique ability to convey emotions in a way that no other medium can. For this reason, her goal as a producer/artist is to use music as a tool to help people connect with their true selves and express their innermost feelings.
Born in Taipei, Taiwan, JC Alula is a singer-songwriter, arranger, and music director of the Boston Taiwanese Music Festival. Her music genre is well-blended with Mando Pop, Jazz and Rock. She grew up studying violin from the age of 6 and attended orchestras from the age of 9. With the experience of learning classical violin, she encountered the musical world which later on helped her figure out her interest in singing. Despite her previous career path in business, JC Alula’s love for music moved and persuaded her parents to let her study music at Berklee College of Music. During her time at Berklee, JC Alula explored and expanded her musical horizons, leading her to delve into different genres, including pop, jazz, musical theater, rock, soul, Latin music and R&B. JC Alula believes that “Music is a language to connect souls” and wishes her journey in music can bring joy and happiness to people of all ages.
Fantasy Wave : Jay Chou Tribute
The festival’s grand finale promises to be a resounding crescendo as musicians from the Berklee College of Music come together to present “Fantasy Wave (范特西浪潮),” Jay Chou (周杰倫) has been a phenomenon in Asia for decades. Performing a masterful series of adaptations of Jay Chou’s classics will provide the Boston Taiwanese community with an unforgettable dose of cherished Mandarin hits.