• Shell Eco-marathon Asia – Watch as the competition heats up. We’ll be broadcasting all the highlights and live action from the track.
  • Science becomes entertainment - See daily science shows on stage where 'Mad Science' scientists ignite the imagination of children with exciting and interactive demonstrations.
  • Live gigs – Enjoy the music of Lauv, Gentle Bones, Charlie Lim, Jasmine Sokko & MICappella.

What's On

Thursday, 8 March

Mad science demonstration with a young participant on stage

Gates open at 9:00AM

All day: 30-min Mad Science shows every hour*

 

*Please refer to the Main Stage screens for the latest schedule for the Mad Science shows.

Friday, March 9

Opening and Flag-Off Ceremony at Make the Future Singapore

Gates open at 9:00AM

All day: 30-min Mad Science shows every hour*

10:00AM – 1:00PM: The Bright Ideas Challenge

4:30PM - 5:30PM: Opening and Flag-Off Ceremony (by invitation only)

5:00PM: Gates open for Lates**

6:30PM - 7:30PM: Let's Talk: Climate Change and Me

7:30PM - 8:10PM: Opening act by Jasmine Sokko

8:30PM - 9:00PM: Performance by Lauv

 

*Please refer to the Main Stage screens for the latest schedule for the Mad Science shows.

**Entry to Lates is only open for visitors who have pre-registered and have a separate ticket. Due to overwhelming response and space constraints, new registrations for Make the Future Lates is now closed.

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.

 

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 Award winner Lucian, and will be opening the set at Lates.

Saturday, March 10

Visitors cheer the mad scientist at Make the Future

Gates open at 10:00AM

All day: 30-min Mad Science shows every hour*

2:00 PM - 2:30PM: Performance by Charlie Lim

4:00 PM - 4:30PM: Performance by Gentle Bones

 

*Please refer to the Main Stage screens for the latest schedule for the Mad Science shows.

Catch local singer-songwriter Charlie Lim performing live on Saturday, 10 March 2018 at 2:00PM

Charlie Lim

Catch local singer-songwriter Charlie Lim performing live on Saturday, 10 March 2018 at 2:00PM.

Charlie Lim’s music has opened doors to the region’s biggest stages – with a seven-city tour across Asia, playing at key festivals such as Singapore International Jazz Festival, Clockenflap (Hong Kong), Java Jazz Festival (Indonesia), Urbanscapes (Kuala Lumpur), Jarasum Jazz Festival (Seoul) and Music Matters Live, alongside international artists such as Kimbra, Sigur Rós, Hiatus Kaiyote, Caribou, and Snarky Puppy.

Following two sold-out shows at The Mosaic Music Festival in 2014, Charlie premiered TIME/SPACE at the Esplanade Concert Hall. He will be belting some of his hits at Make the Future Singapore.

Catch home-grown singer-songwriter Gentle Bones performing live on Sunday, 10 March 2018 at 4:00PM

Gentle Bones

Catch home-grown singer-songwriter Gentle Bones performing live on Saturday, 10 March 2018 at 4:00PM.

Joel Tan, better known as Gentle Bones, has performed in various major music festivals in Singapore such as Noise Festival in 2011 and the Mosaic Music Festival in 2012. He also performed at the launch of the SEA Games launch in 2014. In the same year, he released his debut EP, Gentle Bones. The debut single from the EP, "Until We Die", released in 2013, went on to chart #1 on the iTunes chart. His two other singles, "Save Me" and "Elusive" followed suit and hit #1 and #3 respectively on the same charts.

Recently featured as one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in Asia, be sure to catch Gentle Bones and his band live at Make the Future Singapore.

Sunday, March 11

Winning teams at the Drivers' World Championship race on the final day of Make the Future Singapore 2017

Gates open at 10:00AM

All day: 30-min Mad Science shows every hour*

2:00 PM - 2:30PM: Performance by MICappella

4:30PM: Shell Eco-marathon Asia Prototype, Drivers' World Championships Asia & Off-Track Award Ceremony

 

*Please refer to the Main Stage screens for the latest schedule for the Mad Science shows.

Catch local a capella group MICapella performing live at Make the Future Singapore on Sunday, 11 March 2018 at 2:00PM

MICappella

Catch local a cappella group MICappella performing live on Sunday, 11 March 2018 at 2:00PM.

Local a cappella group MICappella made a name for themselves across Asia after winning second place in The Sing-Off China. Since then, the band has performed in several shows in the region, including Australian A Cappella Festival in Melbourne, Asia Song Festival 2017 in South Korea, Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix as well as embarked on a tour around the cities of Berlin, Munich and Hamberg.

MICappella recently hit a new career milestone when they emerged tops in the 2017 Moscow Spring A Cappella Festival. Their album, MICappella Reloaded, was also named the Best Asian Album at the 2017 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards. A proud champion of the local music scene, MICappella looks forward to delighting the audience at Make the Future Singapore.  

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