The image of a family having a picnic in the park on a sunny weekend is always pleasant and wholesome.

Good food, great company, lively environment, surrounded by nature and all its wonders – it’s almost perfect. Almost.

What if we took picnics to another level by throwing in a concert for as well?

Image Credit: National Arts Council Singapore

Now how’s that for a picnic?

That’s right, the NAC-ExxonMobil Concert In The Park is back again on 11th March 2018 at the Singapore Botanic Gardens!

Entertainment For The Whole Family

This year’s concert will see local musicians Charlie Lim and M1LDL1FE take the stage.

You might have seen them perform on The Great Singapore Replay, which featured 10 emerging artists and 10 established artists working together to reimagine Singapore’s greatest hits of the yesteryears.

While Charlie Lim’s music is a little more acoustic and mellow, it’s heartfelt and emotional and it’s perfect for setting the picnic mood.

Image Credit: Charlie Lim Facebook

If you prefer more upbeat music, get up and groove to the indie pop tunes of M1LDL1FE.

Image Credit: M1LDL1FE Facebook

That’s not all. To ensure your little ones get a piece of the action too, there will be fringe activities by Bubblelogist (yes that’s a thing) CJ Bubble, as well as a pre-show dance performance by Legacy Dance Co.

One last thing, there will be fans (limited to 250 pieces) and picnic mats (limited to 50 pieces) up for grabs, so get your friends and family and come early and pick a good spot!

Admission is free!

See you at the NAC-ExxonMobil Concert In The Park!

NAC-ExxonMobil Concert In The Park 2018
Venue:
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
Date: 11 Mar 2018
Time: 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Website

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(Header Image Source: National Arts Council Singapore)

 
 
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