Ice Cream Sundays and Mugic are coming together for a long-overdue collab in one of Singapore’s most weird, wonderful, and awe-inspiring venues… Haw Par Villa!
Those of you who’ve been to Haw Par Villa already know why this is something to look forward to. For you first timers, prepare yourself for a visual feast of colorful creatures, bizarre characters, and grisly mythical scenes that will stretch your imagination. Then prepare yourself to dance, as the Ice Cream Sundays and Mugic crews serve up the goods – everything from house, funk, disco, boogie, and more.
Early Bird: $10
**Show up before 5pm to receive a free Kona Longboard Lager!
Muto Masashi (ICS)
Ulysses (Mugic / TUFF CLUB)
Our friends at Mural Lingo will be returning to host another a social mural, designed by the very talented Jennifer O’Connor, and we invite all of you to come down early and help us paint it!
We’re also excited to be bringing in The Super System who will be designing trippy, custom visuals to bring the dance floor to life.
FOOD & DRINKS:
Sidecar Sausages are back with their all-natural sausages to satisfy all of you hungry dancers, along with their new vegetarian burger option! Meanwhile, Popbar SG will be serving up their customizable gelato popsicles to keep things cool.
And of course, our pop-up bar will be serving Kona Longboard Lager and premium spirits all day long!
ABOUT HAW PAR VILLA:
Haw Par Villa – formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden – is an 8.5-hectare Asian cultural park, the last of its kind in the world. Built in 1937, Singapore’s largest outdoor art gallery is the brainchild of Aw Boon Haw, the millionaire philanthropist and marketing extraordinaire who gifted the world Tiger Balm. The eclectic park is a treasure trove of Asian culture, history, philosophy and religion – quirky yet enlightening, at the same time.
Ascend, dear wanderers, on the signature red brick road, through the majestic entrance archway. Look out for Chinese classics such Journey to the West and the Eight Immortals. Tigers, leopards and dragons lurk in corners. Rolling hills and caves evoke contemplation and reflection. Elsewhere in the park, animals of all shapes and sizes beckon: goats, pandas, rabbits, gorillas, giant lobsters, even a crab-lady, the list goes on.