The Singapore Sports Hub is celebrating Singapore’s 55th birthday with a virtual twist to its annual National Day Fiesta. With a theme focused on progressing ‘Onwards & Stronger Together’, the 55-minute show will be broadcast on the Singapore Sports Hub’s YouTube channel at 1pm on 9 August, and will be hosted by Ah Lian, played by Michelle Chong, Left Profile Artiste.
This year’s National Day Fiesta encourages viewers to take part in K-Pop Craze, and a local celebrity-filled #PlankThatSong challenge, all from the comforts of home. The programming was created by the Singapore Sports Hub team and was inspired based on areas that resonate with the community, and needed during these trying times – fitness, entertainment and humour.
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K-Pop Craze promises to get viewers moving on their feet, as KpopX Fitness, and more than 20 K-Pop and Hip-Hop dance groups lead a 30-minute fitness and dance party with exciting dance moves and tunes for everyone. Catered to all ages and fitness levels, this segment promises an exhilarating good time, and a great workout for the whole family.
Participants can party along with high energy K-Pop and Hip-Hop dance moves while getting a great workout for the whole family!
Ah Lian will be joined by fellow Left Profile artistes Pornsak, Lee Teng and Royce Lee to lead the community in a #PlankThatSong challenge. Participants are challenged to sing a National Day song while maintaining good form in a plank position. A special segment in the show will feature user submissions and interested participants can submit their entries from 16 until 31 July 2020 by tagging @SGSportshub and #PlankThatSong on Instagram for a chance to be selected and featured in the show.
“To all my forrrowers, guai guai stay at home this year and join Lim Bu to celebrate at the Singapore Sports Hub’s National Day Fiesta virtual show k. I tried the #PlankThatSong challern nearly faintz. So if you think you can do better than Lim Bu, post a video of yourself while singing your favourite National Day Song. 9 August. Don’t say bojio ah!” said Ah Lian.
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Fifth Anniversary Celebrations
There’s more reason for joy at the Singapore Sports Hub, as the fully integrated sports, entertainment and lifestyle hub celebrates its 5th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, the hub has created an interactive map here – adding another dimension to its multifaceted experience. Members of the community can revel in the festivities by checking out brand new Instagram filters to get picture ready for both birthday milestones and explore the map for interesting trivia and games to play on a virtual adventure.
Singapore’s National Day 2020
Singapore’s 55th Birthday is just around the corner. Check out our list of Fun Things To Do This National Day 2020 Long Weekend In Singapore.
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