Look beyond the obvious.
Similar to the inaugural Noise Invasion Festival held at Haw Par Villa in 2017 which saw an attendance of close to 10,000 people, the second edition of Noise Invasion Festival is a raw platform not bound by preconceived ideas.
Unscene: Noise Invasion Festival 2019 will showcase an alternative scene for Singaporean urban culture and music, initiating projects by various artists, bringing underground culture overground to the masses.
The festival will be taking over the rooftop carpark of Parklane Mall (Selegie) for one night only, filling the usually untrodden space with fresh sounds and edgy visuals.
Experience the infectious energy of our eclectic electronic line up, with performances by the 16-year-old award-winning electro-pop darling Shye-Anne Brown, experimental genre-bending producer Fauxe SG and sets by Funk Bast*rd and Kaye from the acclaimed underground music collective/label, Darker Than Wax.
Indulge your senses by jumping head first into alternative, immersive sound and light experiences. Inspired by the festival concept “Unscene”, expect a variety of interactive, and of course, Instagrammable art installations by inventive Singaporean artists such as Zoey Wong, and the creatives behind a bold and cheeky Singaporean
Get drawn into mystery and wonderment of shared experiences created by the compelling exploratory dance collective P7:1SMA, who use the power of dance to connect, question, and investigate the essence of the human condition.
No festival experience would be complete without grub and booze! However, exorbitant festival prices don’t apply at Noise Invasion Festival, with the most expensive grub only coming up to $7.
Lastly, attractive prizes such as EZ Link cards loaded with up to $200 value will be up for grabs online through Instagram @noiseinvasionfest and at the festival! Follow us on IG now and keep your eyes peeled.
Admission is FREE!
Programmed by Noise Singapore and Invasion Singapore
An initiative by National Arts Council Singapore
Supported by Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth - MCCY