Last year, 2,500 party-goers had the time of their lives on a 4D3N music festival, set on a Royal Caribbean Ship. This combination of non-stop partying with some
Last year, 2,500 party-goers had the time of their lives on a 4D3N music festival, set on a Royal Caribbean Ship. This combination of non-stop partying with some of the greatest acts (while aboard the 70,000 tonne Royal Caribbean International Mariner Of The Seas!) is back this year so it’s no wonder tickets are running out fast.
From 20 – 23 November 2015, fans from around the world will dance away to a string of electronic music legends, both regional and international. This will also include a pitstop at Langkawi for a private beach party. Check out the line-up here:
And as if it’s not already a one-of-a-kind festival, IT’S THE SHIP 2015 is also gaining its reputation for featuring acts that are not only great at what they do but are sociable people as well.
“One of the key takeaways from fans who attended last year’s festival was the fact that they not only got to see their favourite acts perform live but they also got to interact with the artistes in person over the duration of the festival. Due to the laid back, vacation-like atmosphere, it is very possible,” explained Iqbal Ameer, Group Chief Executive Officer of The Livescape Group.
The experience on the 15-deck Mariner of The Seas also comes with a casino, 10 pools and whirlpools, 17 bars, clubs and lounges, a duty-free shopping promenade, a full service day spa, an ice skating rink, a mini golf course, a full sized basketball court and a rock climbing wall overlooking the sea.
Cabins on IT’S THE SHIP 2015 vary in price from USD588 to USD1,288 per person (exclusive of taxes and gratuity fees), but it’s selling out fast so check their website for more details.
There is no music festival like Summerdaze – the answer to your cravings for Hip Hop and Soul. With a successful 2014 debut, Summerdaze returns for a second
There is no music festival like Summerdaze – the answer to your cravings for Hip Hop and Soul. With a successful 2014 debut, Summerdaze returns for a second annual edition on 22 August 2015 at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore.
The festival will feature iconic acts that include American rapper Fat Joe, alternative hip-hop group Arrested Development and Detroitbased Slum Village (founded by legendary producer J Dilla). Making an appearance on the decks are The Triple Threat DJs, made up of world champion DJs Vinroc (5th Platoon, NYC), DJ Apollo (Invisibl Skratch Piklz), Shortkut (Beat Junkies, ISP) and LA transplant, crowd controller Fran Boogie. Singapore’s very own Pushin’ On and Matteblacc (Drem and JNR) will also represent with N’Fa Jones on the mic.
Nookmag will be giving away two pair of tickets worth a total of SGD520. To participate, fill in the form below with your details. Two winners will be randomly selected. Contest ends 6 August 2015, 11.59pm.
For more updates, follow Summerdaze on Facebook.
Championing and honing female creative talent in the local scene, ATTAGIRL! will be celebrating its second anniversary this Friday (5 June 2015), 6pm – 3am. In collaboration with
Championing and honing female creative talent in the local scene, ATTAGIRL! will be celebrating its second anniversary this Friday (5 June 2015), 6pm – 3am. In collaboration with the GOOD TIMES crew, ATTAGIRL! will be taking over two floors of Blu Jaz Café for a night filled with a femme powered line-up of live acts, DJs and an art show featuring local players from the visual arts community.
One noteworthy highlight of the celebration is how ATTAGIRL! is giving back with the art show, which features the work of nine female artists who were each given a used skateboard deck (kindly donated by Triad Skateboards). The artists, who include Aeropalmics, Inkten, Kristal Melson, Lovage, Mrydette, Oak & Bindi, soph O, teeteeheehee, and Yellow Mushmellow, breathed new life into each deck with their unique designs. All artworks are up for sale at SGD350 each and will come sealed, wrapped, and with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. All payment must be made directly to Autism Association Singapore (AAS) in a form of donation.
With its roots in DJ-ing, ATTAGIRL! will be presenting a stellar line-up of female DJs that include A/K/A, Casie Lane, DuriO, EJ Missy, Fatim Guzel (MY), Jaydah, Pixiedub, Reiki and Ren. They will be serving out a myraid of music genres such as House, Techno, Indie, Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Electronica.
ATTAGIRL! believes in promoting not only women in the electronic scene, but also bands and individuals involved in live music. This second anniversary party is the first time the female crew is showcasing prominent live musicians – The Analog Girl, Vandetta and yeule (LA).
RSVP your attendance at the ATTAGIRL! x Good Times Facebook page for more information.
ATTAGIRL! X Good Times
Date: 5 June 2015
Time: 6pm – 3am
Venue: Blu Jaz Cafe, 11 Bali Lane
Entry: SGD5 (goes to all artists and Good Times)
All proceeds from the sales of the artwork will be given to AAS.
Have you ever thought about how the Kallang Wave and Chicken Rice was invented? Well, Tiger Beer a brand synonymous with the Singaporean identity and culture, has given
Have you ever thought about how the Kallang Wave and Chicken Rice was invented? Well, Tiger Beer a brand synonymous with the Singaporean identity and culture, has given this some serious consideration in light of the country’s 50th anniversary. The result was two mockumentaries dubbed the Unofficial Official History of Singapore.
Kicked off this month, the campaign story goes like this… The ‘Unofficial Official History of Singapore’ was discovered recently, amongst other Tiger Beer relics and artefacts, in an aged and weathered crate in an abandoned pre-war bunker at the foot of Mount Faber by a local urban explorer. The clip presents a curious angle on the backstory behind two of the nation’s most distinct and iconic attributes – the Kallang Wave, and the ever-popular national dish, Chicken Rice. Viewers can watch the short films on Tiger Beer’s website.
“Tiger Beer has been an intrinsic part of the Singapore identity and culture since its inception in 1932. As we celebrate the nation’s 50th birthday, we want Singaporeans to celebrate another great thing which was born in 1965 – the first Tiger Beer can. With our light-hearted campaign, Tiger aims to inspire Singaporeans to uncage their creativity and think about the origins and backstories behind some of the social peculiarities that have given Singapore its distinctive identity, in a fun way,” said Mr. Rene de Monchy, Head of Marketing, Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore.
Inspired by the first Tiger Beer can in 1965, the brand will be releasing limited-edition adaptations of the classic 1965 theme in cans, pints and bottles format in commemoration of Singapore’s 50th anniversary.
Other promotions include:
– Four specially designed SG50 15-can (330ml) packs which will be available from 16 March 2015 at all major supermarkets and hypermarkets. Each pack (SGD35) comes with a limited edition t-shirt available in four different collectible designs.
– Fans will also receive a limited edition SG50 t-shirt when they purchase a bucket of Tiger pints at SGD50 at all participating bars and outlets.
– In line with the 1965 theme, consumers can also stand to redeem specially designed vintage analogue watches and vintage pens when they collect the corresponding crown liners from the limited edition SG50 quart bottle (633ml) available at all coffeeshops and hawker centres island-wide.
Throughout the years, Absolut has collaborated with some of the most recognisable names in the design community. In March, Absolut continues to celebrate the process of creating art
Throughout the years, Absolut has collaborated with some of the most recognisable names in the design community. In March, Absolut continues to celebrate the process of creating art with its partnership with SingaPlural. During the opening party on 9 March 2015, Nights by Absolut will present a live art collaboration amongst four artists from various disciplines. This collaboration shines a spotlight on the process of art-making, whereby all four artists will create on the spot, transforming blank canvases of Absolut-shaped bottles into unique works of art. These beautifully designed works will be presented on location throughout the week.
Nights by Absolut will also include a pop-up bar serving Absolut cocktails. Visitors also have the opportunity to unleash their own artistic creativity on a blank wall. Each day, the most creative design stands to win an Absolut Andy Warhol Limited Edition bottle. Participants can simply take a photo of their finished design, hashtag #NightsByAbsolutSG and share it on their Facebook timeline. The contest runs from 9 March to 15 March. Come experience Nights by Absolut, the art party of the year that brings together art and design communities from all over.
Nights by Absolut Opening Party
Date: Monday, 9 March 2015
Time: 8pm – 12am
Venue: 99 Beach Road (Old Central Police Station)
Nights by Absolut Pop-up Bar
Date: 12 – 15 March 2015
Time: 7pm – 10pm (12 – 14 March); 6pm – 10pm (15 March)
Venue: 99 Beach Road (Old Central Police Station)
Bar area restricted to 18 years and above only