Did You Vote For What Have Happened at Tiger Beer's Unofficial Official SG50 Party?

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Hi Huneybees,

If you were not there at the Unofficial Offical SG50 Party on the 5th August at the reopened Capitol Theater, here's a summary of what have had happened that evening...

As promised by Tiger Beer - You voted, they made it happen - it was a party unlike any before.
Right at the entrance of the party, you would find many Tissue Chope packs that you could finally reserve and seat on, Durian Pillows that you could now hug on to and the Curry Puff pillows that you lay on without fearing it been smashed!

Not far from those pillows were the icons of Singapore, - The Merlion, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, and Ice Kacang - each been sculptured in the most unusual style and proportion, for the viewing pleasure of every invited guest.

The Chilli Crab Fountain was a popular choice among voters
East-meets-west fusion delights at The Unofficial Official Party of SG50

Food wise, beside the "highly elected" Chilli Crab Fountain, which everyone could smell and notice from afar, our local favourites such as Bak Chor Mee, Prata and Hainanese Chicken Rice had been reinvented into some kind of East-Meets-West fusion delights of Bak Chor Mee Burgers, Prata Crepes and Chicken Rice Balls!

Thanks to my friends whom helped to queue for the food, our group managed to try all the delights except Bak Chor Mee Burgers, which was unfortunately the first to be sold out that evening.

Guests looking pretty by the Massage Chair Trishaw during the sudden tropical snowstorm
For those who voted for Snow and though it was a crazy idea and hence an impossible task for the good people of Tiger Beer to realized in the open space atrium of Capitol Theater, they were greeted by a sudden tropical snowstorm that got everyone covering up their drinks and foods for a good few minutes!
The official drink at The Unofficial Official SG50 Party
But of course, the party didn't stop here. 

The Griswolds
In fact, the fun was elevated to a new level once everyone were led to the newly furnished Capitol Theatre to be entertained by the electrifying performances of The Griswolds and The Kooks. It is the very first event to be held at this brand new venue. 

Throughout my childhood, Capitol Theatre has been closed for revamp and have never stepped in before. It was lovely to see that most of the internal, vintage beauty was preserved. Can't wait to see more events to come at the theatre!

The Kooks

There was a little problem with the initial acoustic, but that didn't dampen the mood at all.  Fans were more than forgiving when the the 4-piece Australian band - The Grisworlds from Sydney jammed and kept the energy going throughout their set with songs including Down and Out, Right on Track, and crowd favourite If You Wanna Stay

That energy was further amplified by The Kooks, when the the British indie rock sensation went on stage and brought the house down hits after hits, which included Naïve, She Moves In Her Own Way, Junk of The Heart and Always Where I Need To Be.

I better sign off to get some sleep before this evening's NDP Parade, which I'm sure all Singaporean and locally based Huneybees are so looking forward too!

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