Reconnect with nature through music, art and workshops at The Conscious Festival

, Reconnect with nature through music, art and workshops at The Conscious Festival

After two successful festivals in Paris, the Conscious Festival returns to Singapore for its seventh year. South Beach, a mixed-use eco-lifestyle development on Beach Roads, will host the immersive event from Oct 13 to 15. 

In keeping with its commitment to sustainability, this year’s Conscious Festival will be almost zero waste, plant-based, and carbon-negative. It will also use web3 and conservation efforts to gamify the visitor experience and explore the future of technology, climate impact, and living.

Professionals, individuals, families, and budding green warriors are invited to join the journey of self and planetary discovery to explore what already exists, expand what is possible, and leave with renewed hope for our future.

Throughout the event, attendees will earn real trees to be protected on their behalf as they participate in various activations. While they learn and interact, they can earn more trees for their forest, which they can use to unlock rewards and win prizes. Conscious Festival partnered with Cloud Forest on this project.

, Reconnect with nature through music, art and workshops at The Conscious Festival

It also brings together the best local and international conscious brands, experts, entrepreneurs, and business owners working hard to make meaningful changes in their industries. For instance, to inspire consumers towards cleaner mobility choices, Mercedes-Benz, the festival’s official electric vehicle partner, showcases future possibilities within a zero-emissions mobility landscape.

, Reconnect with nature through music, art and workshops at The Conscious Festival

At the festival’s marketplace, conscious commerce meets artistic expression with more than 50 brands. It includes handcrafted goods, eco-conscious haircare, recycled footwear creations, interactive art, fun games, ikkikidz eco-chic baby and kidswear, and more.

After a wild few years, and two festivals in Paris, Green Is The New Black founder Stephanie Dickson shares, “We are thrilled to be back in Asia. The planet is our home and we have a finite time to turn things around. However, there is so much to celebrate and be excited about. This is why we chose ‘a festival for the future nature’ for our new tagline.

A curated platform, the festival promotes sustainable consumption and lifestyle choices to help people make better decisions. This year’s programme highlights the Conscious Leaders Boot Camp on Oct 13, which takes leadership to a whole new level by infusing it with the power of regeneration and conscious awareness. 

, Reconnect with nature through music, art and workshops at The Conscious Festival

It brings together the builders of the future, including Esther An, chief sustainability officer at City Developments, and Sarah Grigsby, sustainability leadership coach at Regenerative Leaders, to discuss symbiotic leadership, regenerative cities, closing the loop, exponential change and AI for sustainability. Tickets are priced at $250 and registration is at

On Oct 14 and 15, various talks will stimulate your intellect, provoke thought, and allow you to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your place in the world. Meet speakers such as Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment, and Gino Yu, associate professor and director of digital entertainment and game development at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. 

Moreover, expert facilitators will guide attendees through transformative workshops that cover topics like being a better human, igniting circular creativity, holistic healing, and more.

Among the edutainment activities are personalising ocean plastic coasters with Plastify, conversations about well-being with the Happiness Initiative, and learning more about climate change with Climate Fresk and Biodiversity Collage. 

The festival will also feature live performances, art installations, interactive exhibits that probe and educate, and a Conscious Festival F&B village with vegan street food, sustainable beer, organic wines, and conscious alcohol-free cocktails.

Over 4,500 people attended the previous edition in Singapore. Each year, everyone leaves with #LittleGreenSteps to guide them on their sustainable journey. Tickets are $20 and include access to all the talks, workshops, and more. Early bird tickets are $15. Those under 18 enter for free.

More information and updates on the event are available at