Play Glo-Up Versions Of Hopscotch And Jenga At The Coolest Playground, Gastrobeats

If you liked Gastrobeats last year, then we have good news for you.

From 9 March to 1 April 2018, Singapore’s largest carnival, the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival is collaborating with Gastrobeats, in conjunction with i Light Marina Bay 2018.

Image Credit: Xavier Lur

Gastrobeats previously debuted in i Light Marina Bay 2017 and will find its new home at the Promontory, providing a colourful neon glowing playground for everyone.

A Spectacular Neon Playground

This year, Gastrobeats will feature new activities such as LED-lit hula hoop stations as well as glow-in-the-dark versions of our childhood games such as hopscotch, Twister, Jenga, floor pong, chess, and even Paintball!

Image Credit: Xavier Lur

That’s not all, for 3 consecutive Sundays from 18 March, there will be a retail market and eco-craft workshops hosted by Terra SG to educate and encourage the public to care for the environment.

Visitors can also participate in the complimentary weekly mass workouts organised as a part of the Fitness By The Bay programme, in collaboration with Pure Fitness and Pure Yoga.

There will also be musical performances from Friday to Sunday, with acts including indie-pop band M1LDL1FE, alternative rock band Cadence, and hip hop collective Mediocre Haircut Crew.

Image Credit: M1LDL1FE Facebook
Image Credit: @cadencesg
Image Credit: @mhc.sg

Lastly, on 31 March, Gastrobeats will host the ILLUMI FEST RUN where participants will be splashed with glow-in-the-dark water while they traverse various activity zones that includes a giant ILLUMI slide and ILLUMI splash box.

Open daily from 4pm to 11pm (except Christmas and New Year’s Eve, when it will start from 3pm), admission to the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival is completely free!

To get yourself credit for rides and games, you can purchase them online beforehand or while you’re on-site.

Gastrobeats @ i Light Marina Bay
Venue:
 The Promontory, 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore, 018940
Date: 9 Mar – 1 Apr 2018
Website

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