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Singapore to host inaugural IMI Festival featuring art, talks, tech & HVOB

The tech forward festival also boasts an impressive local & international acts

  • Mixmag Asia Staff
  • 7 November 2017
Singapore to host inaugural IMI Festival featuring art, talks, tech & HVOB

Introducing IMI Festival in Singapore, a new initiative by Sunshine Nation that will feature international and local music acts, inspirational talks, art installations and tech from leading innovators.

The theme for the inaugural edition is IM HUMAN and the event will explore how mind, body and technology speak a unified language with a collective aim of kickstarting the next wave of human evolution.

The soundtrack to the festival will see Bob Moses, HVOB feat. Winston Marshall, Miami Horror, Mynth, Blade & Beard, Teenage Mutants, KFC b2b Brendon P., Cats on Crack, Fat Fish and Toppings all perform.

Away from the stages, inspiring conversations with thought leaders from entrepreneurs to sex therapists will discuss topics on love and how technology changes our definition of love, sex and relationships, tech addictions and how to balance life offline and online and finally the way our society is consistently pushing the boundaries of the internal and external elements of the human body.

There will also be first-hand interactive art installations, sensorial tech showcases, Tilt Brush 3D painting, sound meditation and more.

Phase 2 tickets are on sale until November 17th for S$95 and will run you S$125 at the door. Find tickets, more information and the complete list of speakers and panels here.

Following the festival, The Council will throw an afterparty free for IMI ticket holders featuring Iranian ravers Blade&Beard, The Council's resident feisty feline CATS ON CRACK and German electro duo Teenage Mutants.