AIA Glow Festival 2020 serves up music headliners, big-name yoga ambassadors, and great food for a weekend in Sentosa
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In view of the Singapore Ministry of Health's advisory for events and gatherings on Friday, 13 March 2020, to ensure the people's well-being in light of the COVID-19 situation, AIA Glow Festival 2020 will be postponed to the later part of 2020. The new date for AIA Glow Festival 2020 will be announced in due course.
Grab a mixing bowl for your soul. Combine one part music, one part fitness, and one part food. Sprinkle some energy and viola, you get a whole AIA Glow Festival happening — again, after a sell-out in 2019 — on May 30 and 31, 2020 in Sentosa.
Music lovers can rock out to multiple Grammy-Award-nominated group MGMT, who are (finally) back in Singapore after their maiden tour in 2011. One of Ireland's most successful bands, Two Door Cinema Club, are also making a return from their sold-out show back in January 2017. Fresh-faced electro-pop star Starley will keep things upbeat with her first debut performance in town.
Think Singapore isn't a destination for yoga? The line-up of yogis will have you swallowing your ohms. Look forward to practising with internationally renowned yogis like Lululemon Global Yoga Ambassador Baron Baptiste, who will be teaching Baptiste Yoga, a type of hot power routine founded by his father in the 1940s that Baron has styled into his own.
What's more, Alo Moves instructors Jonah Kest and Ashley Galvin will also be heading classes. Jonah is an ashtanga/vinyasa teacher whose classes are graceful yet intense. Ashley is known for her strength, flexibility and creative vinyasa flow classes.
For the runners, enjoy a scenic run along Siloso and Palawan beach, where crossing the finish line unlocks a charity donation of $10 to the Children's Wishing Well. The charity runs ends with a brunch — what better excuse to take part.
Then, there's the food. AIA Glow Festival is bringing in some of the buzziest names in the local F&B scene (think Park Bench Deli, Three Buns, Bee's Island Drinkery and JUJU Bar), and they'll be serving amazing grub to complement the weekend's activities. Expect wellness talks and workshops, hands-on activity corners, ecstatic dance and intention-setting classes, a serene space to zen out, as well as plenty more for the kids. They get food art workshops, dance and music corners, interactive storytelling sessions and all sorts of arts and crafts.
For the latest updates, line-up and ticketing information, visit: https://glowfestival.sg.