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Dance for Life unites Singapore-based party crews for a charitable cause

Darker Than Wax, Manifest and more will soundtrack the event organised by Collective Minds Asia on June 15, supporting Love Aid Singapore's work in Gaza

  • Words: Amira Waworuntu | Image: Mandala Club
  • 11 June 2024
Dance for Life unites Singapore-based party crews for a charitable cause

Get ready for a night of dancing with a purpose on Saturday, June 15 at Mandala Club Singapore's Dance for Life event. It’s not just about enjoying great music; it's about supporting Love Aid Singapore's humanitarian efforts in Gaza.

Organised by renowned events agency with a regional footprint, Collective Minds Asia, together with Mandala Club as the host venue, Dance for Life represents a fusion of top-quality music and philanthropy.

The event underscores the dire situation in Gaza, where famine is expected to affect the entire population by July.

The line-up is definitely one that’ll get you moving and grooving throughout the night, featuring a number of music crews of Singapore uniting under this virtuous cause; Darker Than Wax, GrooveTop, Manifest, Ice Cream Sundays, North East Social Club, Wild Pearl Studio and Sivilian Affairs.

Love Aid Singapore, led by Gilbert Goh, is a social activist group committed to humanitarian assistance in the Middle East and will be the beneficiary of all ticket sales, donations, and a portion of the bar proceeds from the event.

The organisation has a rich history of providing assistance to Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, with initiatives spanning from 2019 to 2023. Their recent efforts also include humanitarian aid following the Turkish earthquake in 2023 and winter aid missions in Lebanon.

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With a target of SGD10,000, every contribution, whether through attendance at the event or a donation, will make a meaningful impact.

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Singapore’s Mandala Club, known for its celebration of arts and commitment to community, provides the perfect backdrop for this gathering. Through its emphasis on elevated experiences, shared cuisine, and a focus on well-being, Mandala embodies the spirit of coming together for a greater cause.

Get your tickets here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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