Trifecta opens in Singapore with month-long festival

Asia’s first snow, surf, and skate lifestyle destination, Trifecta, will be opening in Singapore from October 28 in Orchard Road, and welcomes all riders and non-riders from around the world to explore the island’s best acts across surf, snow, skate, art, music, food, drinks and lifestyle from October 28 to November 19.

Part of the launch is the inaugural Trifecta Music Festival happening on November 18-19, spanning three stages and festival zones, including the Somerset Skate Park. The festival will bring together headliners and the best of Singapore’s local music talent, with activities throughout the day, discussions around board sports, creativity, and entrepreneurship, as well as F&B and retail options.

Trifecta will celebrate its opening with celebrations lasting four weeks

From October 28 to November 5, there will be a line-up of 101 workshops for riders and non-riders with experts from Citywave and The Ride Side, community snow and skate jams, community art market featuring local creators, film screenings, and more. Participants can also meet Sakura Yosuzumi, the world’s first Olympic women’s park skateboarding Gold Medallist and Red Bull Team Athlete, as she makes a special appearance on October 28 and 29.

Other highlights include the launch of Singapore’s first board-sports specialty store with an extensive range of boards and gear, and the launch of Butter which offers an all-day dining experience and signature dishes such as a butter-tasting flight, butter-flavoured desserts, and trademark bagels.

Trifecta’s bi-annual Art Show will also debut the weekend of November 11-12, showcasing creativity in the worlds of art and board sports from professional and up-and-coming artists.

At Trifecta, visitors will be able to experience Asia’s largest standing wave pool by Citywave, VR ski simulators, Singapore’s first ski-snowboard freestyle dryslope area featuring a jib area and airbag jump, as well as the nation’s first surf-skate and skateboard hybrid bowl.

Trifecta is free for visitors to enter, and activities can be enjoyed with hourly tickets, shareable credit packs, and monthly season passes.

Festival activities in the first three weekends will be free for the public while membership is required for use of the facilities, and registration is required for lifestyle workshops.

Trifecta Music Festival tickets are available for sale on Trifecta’s website.

For more information, visit Trifecta.

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