Fans of Running Man‘s Kang Gary and singer Jung-In, you’re in luck because come August 16th, you will be able to catch the duo performing live at a charity fiesta – NTU Fest 2014 – organized by the undergraduates of Nanyang Technological University.
What will happen on August 16?
From 2pm to 9pm, you can expect a whole lineup of activities at the carnival (with over 60 booths offering food, games and merchandise!), followed by the flag-off of 4.8-kilometre 5TYLO MILE-O Run at 4pm, and thereafter, an evening concert which will kick off with performances by Top 12 Project Superstar finalists and of course, the highlight of the evening where Running Man’s Kang Gary & K-pop singer Jung-In will take over the stage.
On top of that, the carnival will see the appearance of some of our local favourite artistes from MediaCorp, including the young stars Ian Fang, Rebecca Lim and her fellow new cast members of Mata-Mata’s Season 2, Julie Tan, Ya Hui, Zhang Zhen Huan, Jayley Woo, Tracy Lee and Farisha Ishak. They will be joined by household names Chua Enlai who will appear in character as The Noose’s Pornsak & Esmond Wan, Pan Ling Ling, Cynthia Koh and Priscelia Chan.
NTU Fest 2014, which will be held at The Padang on August 16, is organized with an aim to raise money for an endowment fund in aid of needy students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). The event on August 16 is open to the public and admission is free.
“This is a very meaningful charity event organised by NTU undergraduates in aid of needy students from another institution. I was an active student myself during my university days so I can feel their warm enthusiasm and understand all the hard work needed to organise a public event of this scale. Jung In and I are delighted to support them by performing free at NTU Fest. I look forward to meeting my fans in Singapore and I urge all of them to support this wonderful charity event by NTU students.” – Kang Gary
“When I heard about this charity event the NTU students were planning, I thought it was such a fantastic idea. It is very admirable that the NTU students are helping other students to receive the financial support they need for their education so they can create a better life for themselves and their families. Music touches everyone and Gary and I are happy we can use our music to help them achieve their target.” – Jung In
Fans who would like to get up close with the artistes, can try to get their mosh pit tickets in various ways, including taking part in the Facebook contests and giveaways by NTUsg (NTU’s Facebook page), NTU Fest and MediaCorp’s Toggle, Channel U, 987FM, Yes 93.3FM, i-Weekly, 8-Days and MeRadio.sg.
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