Feeling the fear of missing out (FOMO) from the hype of Tokyo’s bubble tea theme park? Come down to Singapore’s 1st ever Bubble Tea Festival at Ace The Place Community Club (CC).
Organised by youths from the ACE The Place CC, their aim is to spread the love (and current dedication) for bubble tea to the masses, all for only S$5 a ticket!
There’ll be uniquely-designed bubble tea games like Catching Tapiocas, Bubble Ring Toss and even a dunk tank; perfect for this heat! Just make sure you bring an extra set of clothes, a towel and avoid wearing white.
Ticket holders also gain access to their specially curated museum. Three-themed rooms await you as you go snapping away for the ‘gram!
Of course, what’s a bubble tea festival without bubble tea?
For the first 150 ticket holders, you’ll be able to snag yourself a free cup of bubble tea from one of the three brands – Hi-Tea, i-Tea or Kungfu Tea. The best part? All the bubble tea will be going at S$3!
If that’s not enough, D-I-Y your own cup of bubble tea with Teahee’s bubble tea making workshops on a first-come-first-serve basis. Grab the basic skills to awe your family and friends and maybe even be the next Gongcha?
Your thirst will definitely be quenched, but not to worry!
Food options like dutch pancakes by Cake Love, cheesecake on a stick from The Munch Munch Co. and Pasta on Wheels will be there to satisfy your hunger pangs; all under S$5! Also, remember to bring cash, seeing as most vendors might not have their card machines.
Throughout the festival, you’ll be entertained by live performances and you get to participate in stage games that entitle you to an entry in the lucky draw.
Interested in winning a 2D-1N staycation prize? Be feis-tea and fight your way onto that stage.
It’s the perfect combination for a weekend – overdosing at this fes-tea-val whilst learning more about environmentally-sustainable ways to consume our addiction.
Date & Time: 17 August 2019, 12-5pm
Tickets: S$5, Available from ACE The Place CC or Admiralty RCs
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