Ring in the new school year with National University of Singapore’s biggest arts festival. An Indian instrumental ensemble, symphony orchestra and Chinese dance – expect a slew of art and music performances, including campus favourites like NUS Electronic Music Lab and The Chups, who will perform alongside rising pop act, Falling Feathers. Closing the fun-filled night is headliner and fellow NUS alum, Linying, who’ll serenade you with her dreamy vocals and songs off her debut EP, Paris 12.
But that’s not all – we heard there’ll be rows of F&B and craft vendors, too, hawking goods such as salted egg yolk chips, ‘galactic’-looking fruit juices and too-cute iron on sticker patches. So chill out, make merry and hang with your best buds before the semester starts rolling.