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The Weatherman brings a wellness oasis for partygoers in Singapore this weekend

Channel: Forecast will include herbal elixirs, mindful workshops & ambient sets at Pearl’s Hill Terrace

  • Miki Kitasako
  • 26 March 2024
The Weatherman brings a wellness oasis for partygoers in Singapore this weekend

Turning down the dials to a slower tempo in Singapore’s daily buzz, ambient enthusiast The Weatherman brings an immersive music and wellness event to the city — Channel: Forecast.

Happening this Sunday, March 31 from 2:30pm onwards at the top of Pearl’s Hill Terrace, the event will be a chance to escape from the usual city life.

Expect to immerse in activities such as movement workshops, chill live sets and exploring unique herbal elixirs. The event will be held at Lucky Hall, but you’ll be surrounded by the lush Tembusu foliage and peaceful lotus-filled waters in Pearl’s Hill City Park.

The concept of Channel: Forecast came from the inspiration of chilled-out stages and mindfulness hot spots at music festivals. The Weatherman aka Ryan Cheng along with the support of Wild Pearl Studio aims to bring tranquility to Singapore’s busy life.

Ticket holders will have access to a few treats at the venue, such as herbal elixirs that are non-alcoholic by local herb doctor Boujee Botanicals. Crafted using Kangen ionised alkaline water, they’re designed to nourish both the physical and spiritual self.

To support sustainability initiatives, it is advised to carry your water bottles for refilling purposes. Along with that, they will also get SGD3 off alcoholic beverages at Kult Yard and 10% off food at Lavi Taco.

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For those who enjoy staying on the dancefloors, the embodied dance workshops by Julia Vasko and The Weatherman will provide a space for healing, expression and acceptance. For an additional SGD15, the workshop will offer an in-depth exploration of intentional movement focusing on presence, love and compassion.

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As for the music, the line-up includes sets from seasoned beatmaker and Singapore stalwart Bongomann, French-Italian multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker from Germany CuCiCuCi aka Elisa Cucinelli, and Kin Leonn, an ambient artist who has designed many sonic installations for Singapore’s ArtScience Museum, London’s Architectural Association, Happy House for Singapore Art Week and others.

Tickets are available now at SGD58; get them here.

Miki Kitasako is Mixmag Asia’s Social Media and Content Producer, follow her on LinkedIn.

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