Admission is free and there are several programmes, performances and booths that are open to the public from 4 to 6 Aug. These include:
a. Heartwork: A Community Weaving Studio
Join us as we weave a tapestry of love for the community, using recycled materials from the IR’s old linens and fabrics, through the age-old tradition of weaving. The final tapestry artwork will be auctioned off for local artists supported by our community partner Art Outreach.
b. Giving Marketplace
Raise funds for meaningful causes and peruse a variety of products such as baked goods, handcrafted bags and pouches, crocheted accessories, and lifestyle products offered by non-profit organisations and social enterprises. All proceeds raised will be channeled directly to the participating organisations.
Support music by local Singaporean entertainment talents, including headliner acts by Glenn Yong, Iman Fandi and Sezairi. A mix of live bands, DJs and roving buskers will also perform at the Event Plaza. Performances are free.
d. Food & Beverage
Throughout the festival, look forward to a sumptuous array of food and drinks from three of Marina Bay Sands’ signature restaurants, namely Black Tap, RISE Restaurant and Yardbird. Black Tap will serve its signature burgers, milkshakes and the Singapore-exclusive National Day CrazyShake®, while Yardbird will present festival-exclusive creations such as mala x reaper fried chicken, smoked brisket sliders and mac & cheese croquette, best paired with bottled beers. Meanwhile, RISE will be serving local favourites such as satay, ngoh hiang and vegetarian kathi roll in their menu, a celebration of Singapore’s diverse cultures. All F&B sale proceeds will be donated to Community.