Chingay Parade 2023 is ready to welcome and engage with its audiences
Singapore. On 3-4 February 2023, the largest multicultural parade in Singapore will be returning physically at F1 Pit Building. In the past two, it was presented in digital and hybrid formats due to pandemic restrictions.
The largest community arts event in Singapore is set to return live with over 10,000 people, artists, and art organisations (including over 3,000 performers) taking part.
The well-known carnival-like floats and smaller ones constructed by the community will triumphantly return with the resumption of the physical live performance.
The spectators will be quite close to the parade floats and performers.
The Chingay Mini Floats initiative will return in collaboration with PAssionArts in 2023 to seek out residents, grassroots organisations, and community partners to construct floats for the parade after its successful debut in 2022.
The National Education (NE) exhibition for primary school kids is also coming back after a two-year hiatus. The 2023’s theme is “Embrace Tomorrow,” concluding the trilogy that started with “Light of Hope” in 2021 and “Ignite Our Dreams” in 2022.
Based on Chingay organisers, the People’s Association, 2023’s theme encourages Singaporeans to pledge to a brighter Singapore by valuing the present and embracing tomorrow as a community with hope, dreams, and confidence.
How to get the tickets?
Tickets for the Chingay 2023 Parade may be purchased beginning on November 25 at Sistic.
Those who purchase tickets in the pricier Sector A category may have a front-row view of the enormous art installation that acts as the performance’s backdrop for between S$28.50 and S$60.
Twenty Singapore dollars (S$20) has been added as a new ticket category for seats in Sectors B, C, and D for Chingay 2023.
They provide an opportunity to interact closely with the parade floats and entertainers.
All general admission tickets are discounted by 20% for PAssion Card users.
To know more about Chingay 2023, you may also visit: https://www.chingay.gov.sg,
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