It is time to bid adieu to Golden Mile Complex with a festival-like tribute.
The iconic institution, endearingly named "Little Thailand" for its wide array of Thai eateries and businesses, will see vendors and tenants vacating the premises ahead of 1 May following an en bloc sale. However, dedicated patrons and Singapore's dance music community still have one event to look forward to before then.
From the minds of Ice Cream Sundays' Nick Bong and Daniel O'Connor, along with MUGIC's Ulysses James and Dang Chau, The Last Mile is set to be Golden Mile Complex's "one last hurrah" and will see a rare gathering of music outfits, labels, and publications coming together to honour and show their support for the beloved cultural institution's tenants.
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The event is scheduled for 4 March and will be held from 7:30 PM to 4 AM.
Event-goers can expect an exciting evening of music, fun, and entertainment from no less than 13 of Singapore's cherished collectives. Featuring music performances from homegrown acts Pushin' On, Good Times, Super Enjoy, live sets from North East Social Club, artist takeovers from record labels Darker Than Wax and Syndicate, and so many more, this blowout fiesta is not one to be missed.
Apart from music, the evening's programme will also include a short tribute to the late local architect William Lim, who was integral in designing Golden Mile Complex's signature step-terraced facade.
Tickets are priced at $35 and are now available via Peatix. Ticket holders will be able to access all live music and entertainment happenings across five venues comprising of 3Saaap, Purnrao KTV, Enclave, Room 0416, and Elite Club at Golden Mile Complex.