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Dhoby Ghaut Festival Village

Dhoby Ghaut Green Festival Village

date-time
23 Aug & 24 Aug, 29 Aug to 31 Aug
6pm – 12mn
venue
Dhoby Ghaut Green
admission
Free Admission
Dates: 23 – 24, 29 – 31 August 2019
Opening hours: 6pm – 12mn

F&B Partners

Bao Makers | Beer | The Asian Affairs | Martel | Citizen’s Food | Soicoco | Craft’ B | The Juicy Bites | Ikan1986 | Encik Rizal & Co. | Sofnade | Fooditude | JOLLY KITCHEN | Whatthefish! | Uncle G’s Handmade | The Swag Social | Shan’s Kitchen
 
Festival stage performances
 23 August
 6pm – 7pm The Classroom Collective
The Classroom Collective is where worlds collide and new sounds are forged at the mantle. Blurring the lines between genres, they are an amalgamation of prog-dunked funk and alternative jazz. Inspired by the likes of Hiatus Kaiyote, Chantae Cann, The Reign of Kindo, D’Angelo, Emily King, Alicia Keys, Plini, Mark Guiliana and Robert Glasper, their sounds exist in the ethereal and sublime.

The Classroom Collective is made up of John Tim (drums), Elliott Tan (bass), Dominic Yuan (keyboard), and Amira (vocals). 

7.05pm – 7.25pm

9.35pm - 9.55pm

MOTUS
MOTUS strives to challenge these limitations and break the lines between genres, changing the way it reaches our audience. As a mammoth 16-piece outfit, the band operates as a 6-sided hexagon, consisting of: the creative directors, the percussionists, the instrumentalists, the dancers, the sound, and our purpose. With the percussionists forming the skeleton, the instrumentalists giving voice in melody, the dancers simulating movement, and the creative directors as the brain, MOTUS creates not just a performance, but also a medium to evoke emotions within individuals and connecting them to form a vibrant and energetic community.
7.30pm – 8.30pm Elizabeth刘嘉慧
A voice from the heart, Elizabeth Low is a young passionate, and soulful singer performer who is determined to persist her music journey. Her boldness and persistence has led her to several overseas performances in Hong Kong & Taiwan.
 8.30pm – 9.30pm WAVV
WAVV is a R&B/Pop band, formed in 2018 comprising Cheryl (Vocals), Sean (Guitar), Oribelle (Keys), Almo (Bass) and Zai (Drummer). WAVV’s groove-riddled and sultry undertone is derived from influences including Glass Animals, HONNE, Lauv, Portugal. The Man, PREP, Sinead Harnett and TENDER, just to name a few. The band is currently writing originals and is slated to release their single in 2019.
 10pm – 11pm Flame Of The Forest
Flame Of The Forest is an eclectic instrumental world music band from the sunny island of Singapore. A smooth blend of instruments with a diverse range of influences. Their unique blend of original compositions aims to explore new dimensions of musical experiences, concocting a refreshing blend of music that has a universal appeal.
 11pm – 12mn Daniel Sid
Daniel Sid along with a full band, is an up- and-coming artist who is fast becoming one of Singapore’s most recognisable acts, taking his music from the streets as a busker to bigger stages locally and soon, internationally. Featuring a new set-up and soundscape, audiences can still expect the same soulful voice and charm that will keep you captivated from start to finish.

 

24 August
6pm – 7pm Striped Melon
Striped Melon comprises five likeminded musicians. Their genres include everything from funk to billboard top 10. By combining their various music influences and backgrounds, Striped Melon always aims to put up a good show for their audience with a tinge of their own flavour. Prepare yourselves for a head-bobbing, grooving good time with Striped Melon!

7.05pm – 7.25pm

9.35pm - 9.55pm

MOTUS
MOTUS strives to challenge these limitations and break the lines between genres, changing the way it reaches our audience. As a mammoth 16-piece outfit, the band operates as a 6-sided hexagon, consisting of: the creative directors, the percussionists, the instrumentalists, the dancers, the sound, and our purpose. With the percussionists forming the skeleton, the instrumentalists giving voice in melody, the dancers simulating movement, and the creative directors as the brain, MOTUS creates not just a performance, but also a medium to evoke emotions within individuals and connecting them to form a vibrant and energetic community.
7.30pm – 8.30pm Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box
Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box have been performing together as a cover band for over 5 years at a variety of venues. They will be showcasing Dale Yeoh’s original music together with a mix of favourite top 40s and classic tunes.
8.30pm – 9.30pm RABCDE
Formed in 2016, RABCDE (pronounced ‘rhapsody’ / ‘rap-suh-dee’) is a six-piece band from Singapore, consisting of Avery (drummer), Mario (lead guitarist), Kevin (keyboardist), Nicole (lead singer), Jia Kang (rhythm guitarist) and Timothy (bassist). The band first gained popularity when the sextet attended Singapore Management University - from performing at school events, they have gone on to showcase their music on bigger stages like the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival and at the Esplanade. The band had been crowned champions at the 2017 Starker Music Carnival, and has released their debut single titled “Would U”, sponsored by Starker Music.
10pm – 11pm 王曉敏 Shelby Wang
Being fed by her music influences such as Sodagreen, Khalil Fong and Mayday, local singer-songwriter Shelby’s music infuses modern elements, old-school funk/jazz elements and Mandopop into her own unique style. Her debut EP “Interconnecting Worlds” was well received by local and international media, receiving support from media including YES93.3, Bandwagon, Streetvoice Taiwan, Streetvoice China, Blow Media Taiwan. Shelby held her first EP launch in KAVE HQ, with full house attendance. She was also invited by Taiwan Music livehouse Legacy mini @ amba to launch her Taipei debut showcase in Taipei.
11pm – 12mn Neon Feast
A combination of 5 creative minds, 4 roses and a single sole thorn, Neon Feast is a band that loves exploring the never-ending possibilities of music that will definitely make the crowd bop their heads and sing along.

 

29 August
6pm – 6.45pm Pew
Pew is adept in music production, artist management and songwriting. In 2017, Pew not only composed but co-arranged and produced Geraldine See’s Liao Le (了了). She was also 1/2 of the Mandopop Duo, 蝦米夢 (SIYD), and has performed for music festivals such as The Cathay’s Ukulele party and Live O Five O. Her originals are largely influenced by 張震嶽’s early works with tinge of 盧廣仲’s indie folk. She finds inspirations from her daily small happenings and injects her quirky view of it.

Other than songwriting, Pew pursues her passion in music as a co-founder of Moosic Room (跨樂客聽), which promotes local awareness in today’s local Mandopop scene. Embarking on a new journey as a singer-songwriter, Pew released her very debut single [這個時代,談什麼戀愛] late last year, hitting #2 on music TOP 200 Mandopop Genre and her second single [異常的日常] earlier this year.
7.15pm - 8pm Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box
Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box have been performing together as a cover band for over 5 years at a variety of venues. They will be showcasing Dale Yeoh’s original music together with a mix of favourite top 40s and classic tunes.
8.05pm–8.25pm

9.35pm – 9.55pm
 
MOTUS
MOTUS strives to challenge these limitations and break the lines between genres, changing the way it reaches our audience. As a mammoth 16-piece outfit, the band operates as a 6-sided hexagon, consisting of: the creative directors, the percussionists, the instrumentalists, the dancers, the sound, and our purpose. With the percussionists forming the skeleton, the instrumentalists giving voice in melody, the dancers simulating movement, and the creative directors as the brain, MOTUS creates not just a performance, but also a medium to evoke emotions within individuals and connecting them to form a vibrant and energetic community.
10pm – 11pm MenAcoustic (Philippines)
Originated from its mother group, MENECHOUSTIX, this group sings from the heart and ensures their harmony connects with the audience with chorale background and passion for acapella music. Harmony + Guitar = MenAcoustic
11pm – 12mn SONUO (Malaysia) 
SONUO (formerly known as REKSUB) is an award-winning band from Malaysia. Starting out as street buskers, they became recognised for their covers of U2 and Coldplay, along with other genres they cover including rock, ambient, creative experimental, alternative and acoustic. The band has previously performed in China, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore.

 

30 August
6pm – 6.45pm Pew
Pew is adept in music production, artist management and songwriting. In 2017, Pew not only composed but co-arranged and produced Geraldine See’s Liao Le (了了). She was also 1/2 of the Mandopop Duo, 蝦米夢 (SIYD), and has performed for music festivals such as The Cathay’s Ukulele party and Live O Five O. Her originals are largely influenced by 張震嶽’s early works with tinge of 盧廣仲’s indie folk. She finds inspirations from her daily small happenings and injects her quirky view of it.

Other than songwriting, Pew pursues her passion in music as a co-founder of Moosic Room (跨樂客聽), which promotes local awareness in today’s local Mandopop scene. Embarking on a new journey as a singer-songwriter, Pew released her very debut single [這個時代,談什麼戀愛] late last year, hitting #2 on music TOP 200 Mandopop Genre and her second single [異常的日常] earlier this year.
 7.15pm – 8pm Trella Trio
The Trella Trio is made up of Trella, Wayne and Shaun. They are an acoustic group that covers hits from top 40s to well-loved classics
8.05pm- 8.25pm

9.35pm – 9.55pm
 
MOTUS
MOTUS strives to challenge these limitations and break the lines between genres, changing the way it reaches our audience. As a mammoth 16-piece outfit, the band operates as a 6-sided hexagon, consisting of: the creative directors, the percussionists, the instrumentalists, the dancers, the sound, and our purpose. With the percussionists forming the skeleton, the instrumentalists giving voice in melody, the dancers simulating movement, and the creative directors as the brain, MOTUS creates not just a performance, but also a medium to evoke emotions within individuals and connecting them to form a vibrant and energetic community. 
 10pm – 11pm

SONUO (Malaysia) 
SONUO (formerly known as REKSUB) is an award-winning band from Malaysia. Starting out as street buskers, they became recognised for their covers of U2 and Coldplay, along with other genres they cover including rock, ambient, creative experimental, alternative and acoustic. The band has previously performed in China, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore.

 11pm – 12mn The Note (Thailand)
The Note is a 4-piece pop/rock band based in Bangkok, Thailand. With members both in Thailand and California, their music reflects influences from American rock. The band flooded the charts nationwide in Thailand with hits including "White Lies", "Learn to Fly", and their newest single "Believe". This year, they will be releasing their sophomore album "First, Look at The Light", and are gearing up towards a Southeast Asia tour.

 

31 August
6pm – 6.45pm 王曉敏 Shelby Wang
Being fed by her music influences such as Sodagreen, Khalil Fong and Mayday, local singer-songwriter Shelby’s music infuses modern elements, old-school funk/jazz elements and Mandopop into her own unique style. Her debut EP “Interconnecting Worlds” was well received by local and international media, receiving support from media including YES93.3, Bandwagon, Streetvoice Taiwan, Streetvoice China, Blow Media Taiwan. Shelby held her first EP launch in KAVE HQ, with full house attendance. She was also invited by Taiwan Music livehouse Legacy mini @ amba to launch her Taipei debut showcase in Taipei.
7.15pm - 8pm Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box
Dale Yeoh and The Lost Box have been performing together as a cover band for over 5 years at a variety of venues. They will be showcasing Dale Yeoh’s original music together with a mix of favourite top 40s and classic tunes.

8.05pm - 8.25pm

9.35pm - 9.55pm

 
MOTUS
MOTUS strives to challenge these limitations and break the lines between genres, changing the way it reaches our audience. As a mammoth 16-piece outfit, the band operates as a 6-sided hexagon, consisting of: the creative directors, the percussionists, the instrumentalists, the dancers, the sound, and our purpose. With the percussionists forming the skeleton, the instrumentalists giving voice in melody, the dancers simulating movement, and the creative directors as the brain, MOTUS creates not just a performance, but also a medium to evoke emotions within individuals and connecting them to form a vibrant and energetic community.
 10pm - 11pm MenAcoustic (Philippines)
Originated from its mother group, MENECHOUSTIX, this group sings from the heart and ensures their harmony connects with the audience with chorale background and passion for acapella music. Harmony + Guitar = MenAcoustic
11pm - 12mn The Note (Thailand)
The Note is a 4-piece pop/rock band based in Bangkok, Thailand. With members both in Thailand and California, their music reflects influences from American rock. The band flooded the charts nationwide in Thailand with hits including "White Lies", "Learn to Fly", and their newest single "Believe". This year, they will be releasing their sophomore album "First, Look at The Light", and are gearing up towards a Southeast Asia tour.

 

Image credit: Singapore Night Festival

Event Details

date-time
23 Aug & 24 Aug, 29 Aug to 31 Aug
6pm – 12mn
venue
Dhoby Ghaut Green
admission
Free Admission
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