Join a series of virtual parties this weekend brought to you by Zouk Phuturescapes.
Miss hitting the clubs on the weekends? Here is an exciting alternative for you!
From May 29 to May 30, a series of virtual parties will be streamed all over the world with Zouk Phuturescapes.
Zouk and the Singapore Tourism Board have partnered together to bring this three-day virtual clubbing event straight into your homes.
The event will be headlined by internationally renowned American producer Diplo and British DJ Christina Novelli, as well as local acts YUNG RAJA, Jasmine Sokko and Benjamin Kheng, and Zouk’s resident DJs, LeNERD and Che’Molly.
The event, which will be live-streamed via Zoom, is set to be an interactive experience with live polls conducted on the platform and the spotlight being shared with guests jamming along to the beat.
The first event, starting in the United States, will begin at 11pm (EDT) on May 29, which is May 30 at 11am in Singapore. The party will arrive in Singapore on May 30, starting at 8pm.
The last leg of the event will then commence in the United Kingdom on May 31 at 5pm (LDN), which is midnight on Jun 1 in Singapore.
There are 1,000 slots for the Zoom stream, so be sure to sign up soon!
Early sign-ups will also stand a chance to win a Zouk gift pack and gain access to revolving augmented 3D virtual backgrounds to use over Zoom.
The party will be streamed live on Zouk and Visit Singapore’s Facebook and YouTube pages. For more information, visit Zouk’s website.
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