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June 01, 2009

Green Generation Concert

Green Generation Concert

The Green Generation Concert is a concert that will be held at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Green Generation Concert is targeted at the youth of today, to raise awareness of the need for conservation.

The intention of the Green Generation Concert is aimed at spreading the message of conservation, to reach out to the youth and empower them to make a difference for the future.

The Green Generation Concert seeks to motivate people to begin practicing conservation.

What can you expect at the Green Generation Concert?

Guest of Honour Dr. Jane Goodall, the internationally renowned conservationist, will deliver a talk and share her environmental insight.

It will feature a mixture of performances from local secondary schools and other local talents. Amongst other talents featured on an environmentally friendly line-up, concert-goers will meet Ms Earth Singapore, enjoy green hip-hop from DanceFuzion, and marvel at Chestnut Drive Secondary School’s “Stomp” performance using recycled materials as instruments.

The event will also feature short student-produced plays and competitions as well as family-oriented fringe activities.

The date of the Green Generation Concert coincides with World Environment Day, and it is hoped that the concert will strengthen the call for awareness of the environment and conservation issues.

Families and visitors are encouraged to bring food for picnic, water bottles, mats and umbrellas for rain or sunshine.

Green Generation Concert Event Dates : 5th Jun 2009
(Symphony Stage, Palm Valley @ Singapore Botanic Gardens)

Time of Event : 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Singapore Botanic Gardens
1 Cluny Road
Singapore 259569

Free Admission


Green Generation Concert Organiser:
Organised by National Parks Board

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ivana said...

Go Green! That's the way.

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