It has been a rough couple of months for the nightlife industry in Singapore. If you’ve missed spending Friday and Saturday nights down at the clubs and would like to visit these spots again when the Covid-19 pandemic blows over, then show them some support amid these dark times. Now selling cool merchandise, pay-it-forward vouchers and even virtual boogie sessions for your stay-home pleasure, here’s how you can give your favourite dance spots a helping hand.
Shop the official launch of Cherry Discotheque’s merchandise collection to show your love and support for the popular hip hop club located along Cecil Street. They’ve got a total of three designs for their debut collection, which comprises two tees and a hoodie. It does seem a little costly at first as all three pieces are priced above $80, but every purchase entitles you free entry to all of Cherry’s in-house events for their opening month, post-circuit breaker. All you have to do is don your favourite merch for redemption. So you do the math.
Presented by their resident DJs live via Twitch, retro bar Nineteen80 regularly hosts boogie sessions every Friday for the month of May. Viewers can gather with their friends online to hang out, karaoke, lip sync and even dance safely in the comfort of their own homes. Although all livestream parties are completely free, patrons can help keep Nineteen80 alive by purchasing Pay-It-Forward cash vouchers from the club’s temporary online store which you can then use when operations officially resume.
Put on your party hat and get ready to do the hustle with Pinball Wizard as the Sim Lim Square concept will be putting on a show every Saturday, all throughout May. Just like its sister club Nineteen80, you can catch their party sessions live via Twitch; and don’t forget to purchase a Pay-It-Forward cash voucher as a token of appreciation for the complimentary, stay-home revelry.
Singapore’s top nightclub isn’t just taking the local nightlife experience online, it’s also bringing its avid clubbers lifestyle content. Besides DJ sets by their resident musicians such as DJ Ghetto and more, Zouk is also hosting virtual cocktail workshops and sweat sessions. Go ahead and shop their online store as well; tote bags, caps and t-shirts are all available for purchase.