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Sundown Festival 2011

Helloooo! I went to Sundown Festival with Joyner on Saturday! Special thanks to my gugu, she had 2 tickets so she gave it to me. It is kinda of a last minute thing because it's hard to get the tickets. Sundown Festival is a concert held every year since 2009 with different singers from different Asian countries such as Tai Wan, Korea & Japan. This year, Show Luo, Hebe from S.H.E, Zhang Yun Jing, Vivid & Teen Top came.

Met Joyner around in the evening around 5pm, and travelled down to promenade MRT. The opening of the door was 530pm, and we reach there exactly but the Que. was already so long!

It took quite while to get in, because of the the security check!
Because we came in late, the front was already filled so we ended up standing at the middle it was not too bad la. At least we got a good view.

OH YA, IT WAS RAINING THROUGHOUT. Thank god, someone lend up umbrella!
Joyner using phone! Hahahah his hair was wet... okay mine too..
So we stand from 6pm all the way till 8pm standing under the rain to wait for the concert to start. Hahaha it was torturing standing, but it was worth it! :) ( No photo edit ) SAD..
Wo de tian, look at the crowd behind me..
reporters came!!
Beautiful view of the Singapore Flyer!


-AFTER 2 HOURS-

the concert finally started. The opening act was poly students playing drums! It was quite entraining!
Preparations for the the performance
Wahhh, super nice coordination!

After the drum performance therd was a dragon dance performance!
*Ting, ting ting, dong, pam pam pam ting ling ling* describing the sound effects hahaha
The 2 Mc's for the night!


So the first performance was a Japanese Band, Vivid! They rocked the whole audience !
Second performance was Zhang Yun Jing!
Her voice was perfect!

Hahahahah the third performance, was Teen Top!
Can you see their shadows? :)
I don't even know why they switch off the lights! -.-

3rd performance was Hebe!! I love her!!


The last performance was the most anticipating, Show Luo!
It was so hard to get a photo of him! The crowd was jumping around!
Arh! He pointing at me! HAHAHA joking!
I swear, the hand sign was super irritating! Blocking our view show some consideration please!
Super shuai right?
and blast off with the last song!!



So after the final performance, everyone started leaving. So I mange to get to the front... and snapped a lot of photos of all the stars!
close shot of Vivid!
Teen top!
Xiao Zhu and Hebe!


Sooooooo I shall end of here!! Thanks for reading! I really enjoyed this concert despite the wet weather! I'll probably go next year!! Hahahahah! See ya!

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