29-31 March: Celebrate Earth Hour, tantalise your senses at ACM, hark back to your schooldays with Car-free Weekend’s #ThrowbackSaturday, and more!
Photo: World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore / Stanley Cheah
1. Rally together in the largest festival for nature in Earth Hour 2019
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, returns to our shores with an electrifying festival of music, food and culture for Earth Hour 2019! The festival is set to be the largest festival for nature, and will bring together communities for environmental change, by highlighting the impact of individual actions on nature.
Get hands-on with Eco-Soap Making workshops, Natural pigment-making & Painting workshops, or learn to upcycle wood into pretty stationery. Indulge in some retail therapy with eco-conscious brands including Banyan Tree Essentials, WANT Skincare, The Green Collective and Mini Makers. If you’re hungry, grab a bite or two from eco-friendly vendors – kult kafe, Beyond Meat Truck, TTG Wines, The Flourist and Craft Beverage Supply are some of the F&B offerings you can look forward to having!
Of course, don’t miss out on highlight of the festival: the 60+ Countdown Bash Concert counting down to Earth Hour, and featuring local acts such as Sezairi, Tabitha Nauser, Cosmis Child, Subsonic Eye, Preetipls, Jack and Rai, and MMLD!
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29-31 March 2019
Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971