H20 Music Fest 2014 Headlined by Far East Movement

It is the time of the year where water are being splashed as part of a celebration. This year, the water festival or the Songkran Festival is being brought to Singapore. Other than having fun with your friends or loved ones playing with the waters, the event is accompanied by local and international DJs and performers.

Held at WaveHouse Sentosa, the event started as early as 5pm where most of the audiences were there to soak up the fun. Some were seen playing with the waterguns that were being sold at the event while the DJs started spinning tracks like Monster, Happy and #Selfie.

The energetic crowd clad in their beach wear and comfortable outfits started to gather at the dance floor when DJ Zaar, DJ Little Saint and MC Nara prepared for their set. The rapping and interaction with the crowd increased the energy level.

After the DJ set, local act, Ming Bridges belted out her original songs from her album. As seen above, not only they got to enjoy the music during the performances, some took the chance to get back at their friends by shooting them when they were engrossed listening or watching the performances.

The headliner, Far East Movement, was next in line. Close to 11pm, the crowd went crazy when they caught the headline act. The energy level on the stage seems to be transferred to the dance floor. Far East Movement performed hit songs such as Like a G6, If I was You (OMG), Rocketeer and many more.

As a true entertainer, Far East Movement, never fails to bring the house down. What is a Songkran Festival without getting wet? Those who bought the water guns at the venue had the chance to play the shooting game with Far East Movement. The party did not stop after Far East Movement. More DJs spinned the tracks and the crowd partied the night away.

The Fifth Parlour would like to thank Mark Garner from OWL WAIT Pte Ltd for the tickets. Thank you Jon for representing The Fifth Parlour.

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