So Mayday is spending a few days in Singapore this week! I am sure many fans are starting to feel excited! Are you ready for the concert?
In order to fully enjoy the concert experience, let’s be prepared for the concert! Here are some important survival tips for the concert!
1. Concert Apparel
Most Mayday fans will proudly wear their favorite concert t-shirt or the latest fashion from Stay Real. I felt rather warm during Jay Chou’s concert. The air-conditioning at indoor stadium is not very strong. So do wear comfortable clothes and shoes! Yes! Shoes for dancing and jumping!
2. Light stick
Please remember to collect your free light stick before the concert! Extracted from the Sistic website: Free Mayday official light stick with every ticket purchased, one light stick per ticket. Redeemable on 14 & 15 June 2013 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. I think it is very generous of Mayday to pamper Singaporeans with free light sticks. This light stick is magical! Do not use any other light stick! And try to bring extra batteries.
3. Mayday Passport
If you are a lucky owner of this Mayday passport, please remember to bring your passport. I stupidly forgot to bring my passport for the 2012 concert. Hence, I had to stamp the ‘Merlion chop’ on my concert ticket instead. Watch out for the ‘stamp/chop’ booth before you enter the stadium.
4. Concert memorabilia
You may like to go to indoor stadium earlier to purchase the concert memorabilia. The store opens at 4 p.m. The range of concert paraphernalia is quite limited in Singapore. Some of the concert tees may be sold out by Saturday. Most of the Mayday concert tees are well-designed and comfortable. Unfortunately, the concert tee costs a whopping $40 each in Singapore. It is definitely much cheaper to buy them in Taiwan. It is interesting to note how most Mayday fans wear concert tees as compared to the Jay Chou fans. The new Jay Chou concert tees are not that attractive. I saw some fans wearing the previous concert, The Era, concert tees. Mr Jay should design more concert tees and sell them to his willing fans.
Public transportation is the best way to commute to the concert venue. The circle line is very convenient. If you plan to drive, be prepared to be stuck in a massive jam when the concert ends. While there are ample parking lots, there are only a few exits.
You should try not to eat at Kallang Leisure Park. By 6.30 p.m., there will be long queues at almost every restaurant (from Coffee Bean to fast food outlets) in the mall. If you want a snack, you can buy them from some snack stalls at indoor stadium.
So are you ready for the concert?
Yes! Mayday, we are ready! Let’s rock on!