Bringing the rhythm of sports and music together to create the ultimate beach festival.
*Updates from Organisers, 8 October, 2014: “We are concerned about the health of the Vibe participants and after consulting the relevant authorities, we, the Organisers have decided to postpone the event to March next year, when the event is unlikely to be affected by the onset of the haze. We hope you will continue to support Vibe and we look forward to your presence at the event in March” (EXACT DATE TO BE CONFIRMED)
This is due to concerns regarding the onset of the haze lately and how it will affect the sporting event. The haze readings over the weekend in Singapore was in the “unhealthy” range. As the sporting events such as beach soccer, beach volleyball and beach Zumba are quite strenuous, the Organisers want to avoid perpetuating health issues with the Vibe participants.
Should you wish to hold on to your tickets for March, your tickets and/or team registrations will still be valid for use. Otherwise, a full refund will be extended to you.
Set to celebrate the sun, sand and sea, Vibe – Singapore’s first lifestyle beach festival bringing together sports and music will hit our shores on Saturday, 18 October 2014. Sentosa’s Siloso Beach will be transformed into a multi-sport playground of Beach Soccer, Beach Volleyball, and a record-breaking Beach Zumba dance off by day, and an adrenaline pumping beach party by night.
The Vibe Beach Sports & Music Festival is a first of its kind event combining organised team sports and a music festival rolled into one. An expected crowd of 7,000 sports enthusiasts and party-goers will be on the shores of Siloso Beach.
“The Vibe Beach Sports & Music Festival will be a celebration of the dynamism of both sports and music, which are natural complements to one another. Both are rooted in events that are full of life, passion, celebration and ultimately entertainment. This festival promises to synchronise this perfect combination with a full day of sun, sand, sporting fun and music for beach sports lovers and party-goers alike.” said David Thomas, the festival’s project director.
As part of Vision 2030, the festival aims to provide an additional platform for enthusiasts of both beach volleyball as well as beach soccer to compete. Partnering with the Volleyball Association of Singapore and Pro-Am Beach Soccer from the United States (organiser of numerous international beach soccer events), the competition will be organised for up to 32 amateur teams per sport discipline taking part in a day-long tournament. The winners will receive cash prizes and VIP passes to the night party.
An attempt at Singapore’s Zumba record of having the most participants dancing in unison, with a target of least 1,200 fans on Siloso Beach. As an ever-growing and popular keep-fit activity for the young and young at heart, the festival will see French Zumba fitness icon Alix Pfrunder leading the hour-long segment.
Party-goers and sports participants alike will be spoilt for musical choices as the day starts with a line-up of Singaporean and regional deejays from Bali and Hong Kong, with the evening culminating in international acts such as Jon O’Callaghan (Ireland), AN21 (Sweden) and Cosmic Gate (Germany).
Other activities throughout the day include the Sports Bod Competition, Beer Pong, Sports Gaming consoles and the classic dunking machine.
Event Information & Ticketing
Date & Time: Saturday, 18 October 2014, 9am – 3am
Venue: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Ticket prices do not include the entry fee into Sentosa Island. This event is for sports fan and party-goers who are above 18 years old. Sports and Zumba participants get free access to night party.
Mark the date, 18 October 2014, on your calendar and join this first of its kind event combining organised team sports and a music festival at the Siloso Beach, Sentosa, Singapore!
Book Your Accommodation for the Vibe Beach Sports & Music Festival Now!
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