Your favourite local musicians are performing online this Labour Day weekend
Power Gig will be hosted by YES 933 DJs Kenneth Chung and Chua Weibin and will feature four headline acts, including Jocie Guo Mei Mei and Kenny Khoo. It also aims to raise funds for The Community Chest's Invictus Fund.
Tune in to YES 933 this Friday (May 1) to catch your favourite Singapore musicians taking part in Power Gig, an online music festival organised by Senoko Energy and independent creative agency, GERMS.
The festival will kick off on Friday with a Facebook livestream performance and radio broadcast on YES 933 from 4pm to 6pm, featuring four headline acts: Jocie Guo Mei Mei of Mouse Loves Rice fame, Derrick Hoh, Kenny Khoo and Benjamin Kheng.
Other singers making an appearance include Boon Hui Lu, Serene Koong, Gao Mei Gui, Sara Wee and Inch Chua, while YES 933 DJs Kenneth Chung and Chua Weibin will host the event.
For the rest of the weekend, you can look forward to catching home-based solo gigs by other artistes curated by GERMS such as Miss Lou, Abby Simone, Haneri Milliona, and Dru Chen. They will be performing via their respective Instagram channels from Friday, 6pm until Sunday.
The music festival also aims to raise funds for The Community Chest’s Invictus Fund. The Invictus Fund supports around 80 social services in Singapore that deliver critical services to vulnerable seniors, families in need, persons with disabilities, children with special needs, youth-at-risk and persons with mental health conditions.
“Even though the community is not able to gather physically on the Labour Day public holiday for a concert, we want to still be able to bring cheer to people at home and unite them through music and technology,” said Phillip Tan, Chairman of Community Chest.
For more information on performance times and to make a donation, go to www.senokopowergig,com. The donation link will be open from May 1 to Jun 1 and Senoko Energy will match public donations dollar-for-dollar up to S$30,000.