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True Colours Festival

Asia-Pacific’s first Celebration of Artistes with Disabilities 22-25 March, 2018 Tickets go on sale from 11 January with group and other discounts available – mark the dates in your calendar

A major festival, the first of its kind in the region, will make its mark as a key highlight on Singapore’s 2018 event calendar.

True Colours Festival will take place from 22-25 March 2018 in Singapore. Up to 20 performing artistes/troupes from Japan, China, India, Korea, Malaysia, Cambodia, New Zealand, Australia and Singapore, plus guest artistes from the United Kingdom and Canada, will perform at a multimedia concert experience at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and at the accompanying True Colours Festival Village, a short walk from the concert venue.

This never-before festival will present some of the most talented performing artistes with disabilities in the Asia Pacific region.

Apart from the indoor and outdoor activities, True Colours Festival includes a special event and another first, the Arts and Disabilities International Conference 2018. This one-and-a-half day event for professionals and practitioners in the field will feature a slate of talks, workshops and discussions with speakers from the UK, Australia, Canada, Cambodia and more.

Tickets are priced at S$30 with concessions and discounts. For the first time, an inclusive seating arrangement will be introduced to allow wheelchair users to enjoy the concert experience seated together with their family members and friends.

True Colours is presented by UNESCO and The Nippon Foundation, and produced by Very Special Arts Singapore.

Price: S$30 per ticket
Ticket sales from 11 January 2018

More details including a confirmed line-up of the artistes will be announced in early January 2018.

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