Singapore, 28 December 2010 - 91.3FM is counting down to the end of 2010 with fun-filled activities at the Asian Civilisation Museum (ACM) on new year’s eve from 8pm to midnight for the fourth consecutive year.
91.3FM invites the public to dance the night away as DJ Boy Thunder and Jane Doe count down to the New Year with the Top 100 Hits "LIVE" at the ACM from 8pm onwards. Anchoring the stage with fun and interactive games will be veteran DJ Jeremy Ratnam and co-host, JJ. Members of the public can expect entertainment items such as Samba Carnival, Street Dance Medley, Circus Acts and a live performance by Quick Quick Danger, known for their hit song ‘Love Electric’.
In addition, there will be 10 000 bottles of Coca Cola to be given away, and glitter tattoos and Seventh Heaven ice-cream will also be up for grabs! What’s more, visitors will be able to tour the Museum for free!
With our best deejays accompanying you with awesome music and a wide array of activities catered for all, do mark the date and venue down on your calendar, and be sure to put on your party suit and be ready to pump it up with 91.3FM, the only station that plays Today’s Best Music.
Details of the event
Date : 31 December 2010
Time : 8pm to 12 midnight
Venue : Asian Civilisation Museum
For more details, please contact:
Mohd Aidil B Md Yusof
Advertising & Promotions Executive
DID: 6319 4004
Mobile: 9436 5150
SPH UnionWorks Pte Ltd
DID: 6319 4017
Mobile: 9733 4125
Singapore Press Holdings Limited
DID: 6319 1225
Mobile: 9684 0498
About SPH UnionWorks Pte Ltd
SPH UnionWorks Pte Ltd is an 80-20 joint venture between SPH Multimedia and NTUC Media. SPHUnionWorks manages and operates two radio stations – 91.3FM and Radio100.3.
91.3FM is an English music station that caters to listeners aged 15 to 40 years old. The station plays new and current top 40 hits featuring today’s best music.
Radio 100.3 is a Chinese info-tainment station that caters to listeners aged 20 to 49 years old. The station is creative, bold, fun and highly interactive with our listeners.
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