G-Fest is set to be a street culture festival with sports and spunk

23 November 2018

To celebrate 35 years of "absolute toughness", G-SHOCK Singapore will debut G-FEST over this weekend (24-25 November). It's their first-ever street culture festival, set to take place at *SCAPE, in tribute to the brand's heritage of sports, art, music and fashion.

With live performances scheduled for the festival, along with art workshops and Augmented Reality stations to try "donning on popular G-SHOCK models virtually" — essentially window shopping taken to the next level.

The bevy of live music performers include ShiGGa Shay — who was recently the face and voice of a music video commemorating World Diabetes Day — along with Tabitha Nauser, Sam Rui, DJ Gravity, DJ KiDG (one-half of monumental indie dance DJ duo Eatmepoptart), Caracal, and Fariz Jabba. Workshops by Kult and ClogTwo will be running, and you'll get to have a hand in nurturing your own hidden artistic skills.

And if you're on the lookout for the exclusive, two out of the four limited edition G-SHOCK x Gorillaz collections will be unveiled and retailed at the festival.

It's free admission so you can drop by *SCAPE Playspace over the weekend if you're curious. More details on their event page here.

Watch Fariz Jabba kill it on the Yo! MTV Raps cypher below.

Yo! MTV Raps Cypher featuring G2, Twopee, Zamaera, Airliftz, Fariz Jabba and Joe Flizzow!

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