Registration for Make the Future Lates is now closed

Due to overwhelming response and space constraints, registration for Make the Future Lates on Friday, 9 March, 5:00PM - 9:00PM is now closed.

Instead, please join us during the day to catch track action and performances on the Main Stage. There’s lots to see and do at Make the Future Singapore!

See What's On

Make the Future Singapore Lates inspires and encourages visitors to imagine the future in a new way. Explore the festival at night. Get to experiment with bright energy ideas, try out virtual reality experiences and test the latest inventions that could change the way we live, work and play.

You’ll also get to participate in discussions about our energy future during Let’s Talk – an open-format casual forum – while enjoying live music performances by American singer-songwriter Lauv and local electronic pop artist Jasmine Sokko.

Lates takes place on Friday, 9 March 2018, 5:00pm – 9:00pm. Attendance is only for those aged 18 and older, and separate ticketing is required. 

*For the safety of all visitors, you may not be able to enter the venue if the venue has reached its maximum capacity. We appreciate your patience in such a situation and we will ensure that you will be able to enter the venue as soon as it is safe to do so. Thank you for your understanding.

Shell Eco-marathon at night

A view of the track during sunset at Make the Future Singapore

Enjoy track action against the sunset

Catch the second day of Shell Eco-marathon in twilight, from 5:00 PM until sundown. Shell Eco-marathon is a global programme, offering students hands-on opportunities to develop ideas and technology, knowledge and skills, within an arena of competition. This year, we will see over 100 teams from 18 countries across Asia Pacific and the Middle East compete to have the most energy-efficient car on the track.

More about Shell Eco-marathon

Let's Talk at Lates

resenter Jason Bradbury speaks to the crowds as the festival begins on day one of Shell Make the Future

Climate Change and You

Have something to say about our energy future? Catch this open-format casual forum at 6:30 PM.

If making one smartphone creates the equivalent of 80kg of CO2, imagine the environmental impact from the mass production of smartphones and other necessities of modern life. Society faces a dual challenge: how to make a transition to a low-carbon energy future to manage the risks of climate change, while also extending the economic and social benefits of energy to everyone on the planet. How can energy be made accessible to more people while drastically cutting emissions?

Whether you have something to say or want to hear others sharing their ideas of the energy future, get inspired at Let’s Talk while enjoying unique food and drinks offerings by Deli by Shell.

David Hone, Shell's Chief Climate Change Adviser, shares his perspective on Climate Change

 

Live Gigs at Lates

Catch local electronic pop artist Jasmine Sokko’s performance at Make the Future Singapore Lates on Friday, 9 March 2018 at 7:30PM

Jasmine Sokko

Catch local electronic pop artist Jasmine Sokko’s performance on Friday, 9 March 2018 at 7:30PM.

Jasmine Sokko has risen to be one of the most-streamed local artistes on Spotify when her debut single “‘1057”’ became the top song on Spotify Singapore’s Top 50 Viral chart and eighth in Spotify Indonesia’s Top 50 Viral chart in October 2016. The accompanying music video has made its way to MTV Asia's Viral Charts, clocking in at Number. 2 by end October 2016.

She has since played at the 2017 ULTRA Music Festival, collaborated with five-time DJ Awards winner, Lucian, and will be opening the set at Lates.

 

 

Catch American singer-songwriter Lauv performing live at Make the Future Singapore Lates on Friday, 9 March 2018 at 8:30PM

Lauv

Catch American singer-songwriter Lauv performing live on Friday, 9 March 2018 at 8:30PM.

Lauv, the American singer-songwriter known for his hit tracks such as “The Other” and “I Like Me Better” will be headlining Lates. The 23-year-old resembles an auteur in his assemblage of electronic tones, airy beats, jazz-inspired guitars, and soulful vocalisations. Having recently opened for Ed Sheeran in 2017 on his Asia tour, Lauv will be back in Singapore to perform at Lates. Resonating with fans worldwide, Lauv’s songs have yielded over a quarter-of-a-billion cumulative Spotify streams in under a year’s time and a sold-out headline tour.
 

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What's On

Join us at Make the Future Singapore – a free, four-day festival of bright energy ideas and innovation for Asia.

Shell Eco-marathon

Watch the cars of the future in action as student teams across Asia come to Singapore for Shell Eco-marathon 2018.

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