Good vibes and great music are what you can expect at the upcoming guddies music festival.
Organised by homegrown music collective gudjujus in collaboration with record labels Where Are The Fruits and Mosta Records, the event is scheduled to take place at Somerset Skate Park from 3 PM to 11 PM on 26 November.
The first festival from gudjujus, guddies music festival promises to bring the Somerset Belt to life through performances from indie rockers Subsonic Eye, 'greener grass' and 'bluer skies' singer Daniel Sid, rapper Mary Sue, synthpop producer Sun Cell, singer-songwriter Ridz Razali, and beat-maker Genesis Keefer.
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Aside from enjoying the day's live performance, guests can also look forward to viewing an interactive art installation from Benedict Yu, which will be set up in support of Men's Health Awareness Month. Additionally, those in attendance will be able to purchase a variety of items at the merchandise, art, and F&B booths that will be available at the festival.
As part of gudjujus' efforts to raise awareness about men's mental health, the collective has also teamed up with Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) and the Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT). 10% of proceeds from the festival's ticket sales will be donated to the SOS.
Early bird tickets to the event, priced at $13 will be available until 12 November will General Admission tickets, priced at $18, will be available via Eventbrite from 12 November onwards. Alternatively, guests in groups of four can opt for a package with tickets priced at $15 each. Tickets will also be available at the door for $20.