SINGAPORE - As part of the SG50 celebrations, the National Parks Board (NParks) will be organising a series of six free outdoor concerts at various parks around Singapore.
The first concert in the series will be held at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park on March 14 at 6pm. It will feature local talents including Kit Chan, Olivia Ong, Jack & Rai, Matthew and the Mandarins and Suhaimi Yusof, as well as performances by Catholic High School, MacPherson Primary School and Kebun Baru CC's Singapore First Elvis Fan Club.
The concert will be held in conjunction with SG Heart Map @ Park, the first celebration of the SG Heart Map initiative, which seeks to weave past and new places and aspirations for future places into a collective map through the shared stories of Singaporeans.
Parks have been highlighted as one of Singaporeans' favourite places in Singapore.
Members of the public participate in the SG Heart Map Kite Festival with its specially-designed giant kites and motorised kites displays, or relax on their picnic mats with snacks.
Local literary works on giant inflatables will line the SG Heart Map Festival Walk for Singaporeans who are keen to enjoy a leisure stroll.
Singaporeans can also share stories of treasured places they frequented and enjoyed when they were young through the SG Heart Map vans onsite.
There will also be a one-of-a-kind SG Heart Map formation at the heart of the park before the concert.
For more information, visit www.heartmap.sg.
For more information on the upcoming concerts in the series, please SMS to 77275 or visit www.nparks.gov.sg/sg50.