Singaporean musicians are coming together for not one, but eight social causes this weekend

Non-profit social enterprise Love Action Project, made up entirely of volunteers, are back with the second edition of Music for a Cause 2017. Supported by the National Youth Council, the festival will take place on Jan 21-22 with 10 local bands and musicians who will perform live while raising awareness and funds for eight local social causes.

Some of the musical acts performing across this two-day event include Dru Chen, who recently organized a beneficiary gig to to raise funds for migrant workers’ healthcare with his fiance, Melyssa Goh; multi-talented music veterans, Jack and Rai, who also produced songs for local television shows Red Thread and Polo Boys; and the first female Singaporean to be signed by Universal Music Singapore, Linying, who’ll be heading over to Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festival. Admission is free, but you’re welcome to make monetary donations to some of the organizations that’ll be on-site, each supporting a certain cause or issue in Singapore. Some of these organizations such as Actions for Singapore Dogs, Canossaville Children’s Home and Food Bank Singapore, will be selling merchandise, showcase artworks from children and setting up a food bank donation booth. You can also refuel at the various food and beverage vendors such as 1925 Microbrewery and Restaurant, Pocket Bar Concepts and Sushi Burrito.

More info here.