15th National Day Sing-along

15th National Day Sing-along - All Events

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ORGANISED BY : Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA)

15th National Day Sing-along

Belt out local classics and all-time favourite National Day tunes as we celebrate our nation’s 56th birthday with homegrown artistes Tay Kexin, MUSA, Lennerd and Nara! Held online for the second year, the 15th National Day Sing-along is an opportunity for Singaporeans to gather and sing our love for Singapore. During these difficult times, we hope to spread hope and positivity while encouraging all to stay united. The sing-along session will be hosted by LOVE 972FM deejays Kenneth Jian Wen and Violet Fenying.

Organised jointly by the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC), and supported by the National Integration Council and Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC), the National Day Sing-along is now in its fifteenth iteration.

Mr Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law, will be sharing a message to convey his wishes for Singapore’s 56th year of independence.

To watch the livestream:

SCCC Facebook Page  
SFCCA Facebook Page
Mediacorp LOVE972 Facebook Page
SCCC Instagram
SFCCA Instagram
SCCC TikTok

Event Date & Time

Aug 07, 2021 - Aug 07, 2021

Pre-programme & games: 7.30pm

Main programme: 8 – 9pm

Venue

Facebook, IG, TikTok Livestream

Event Language

Conducted in English and Mandarin

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