Music festivals have become commonplace in Singapore in the last couple of years. Millennials typically support music festivals because it is an excellent opportunity to meet up with friends with good music as a backdrop. The experience is the key takeaway for most festival goers in Singapore.
With that in mind, the story behind this new festival is rather unconventional but an indication that as a community, the music scene in Singapore (such as it is) is able to take action and make things happen, rather than stand on the sidelines and complain.
So welcome to City65 Music Festival, a brainchild of musician Mike Spinks and developed and curated by Spinks’ own Facebook group “Mike’s Musician Friends” to showcase the music made in Singapore circa 2017.
From established acts like Jack & Rai, to up-and-coming acts like Keith VVolf and Bryan Chua, the festival (to be held on Saturday 15 April) brings together an eclectic mix of genres to Tin Hill Social Kitchen & Bar in Bukit Timah.
Early-bird tickets are $35 until Friday 31 March and include one drink. The first 100 tickets sold also include a festival bag with exclusive swag. Tickets from Saturday 1 April to Saturday 15 April will be $50. Admission is free for children under 12.
For more info – https://www.facebook.com/city65musicfestival
Tickets can be purchased at city65musicfestival2017.peatix.com.
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