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Friends of Rugby (from L to R), Luke Lee, Umehara Keiji, Victoria Cheng, Claire Jedrek, Natalie Dau and Paul Foster together with eight local children from rugby clubs in Singapore pose for a photo with former New Zealand All Blacks Sevens rugby player, Murphy Taramai and former South African Sevens team-member Carel du Preez. They were joined by Dreamworks Trolls characters, Poppy and Branch family

Family entertainment at the centre of Rugby Sevens weekend

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Friends of Rugby (from L to R), Luke Lee, Umehara Keiji, Victoria Cheng, Claire Jedrek, Natalie Dau and Paul Foster together with eight local children from rugby clubs in Singapore pose for a photo with former New Zealand All Blacks Sevens rugby player, Murphy Taramai and former South African Sevens team-member Carel du Preez. They were joined by Dreamworks Trolls characters, Poppy and BranchFriends of Rugby (from L to R), Luke Lee, Umehara Keiji, Victoria Cheng, Claire Jedrek, Natalie Dau and Paul Foster, together with eight children from Junior Rugby Club Singapore, pose for a photo with former New Zealand All Blacks Sevens rugby player, Murphy Taramai and former South African Sevens team-member Carel du Preez. They were joined by DreamWorks Trolls characters, Poppy and Branch. Photo: Sport Singapore
 

With a host of entertainment options, the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens promises to be fun for the whole family.

Sport Singapore and Singapore Sports Hub are partnering with DreamWorks to bring its whimsical brand of interactive experience to the sevens weekend. Expect a colourful cast of characters from movies such as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and Trolls to make an appearance.

Mr Lim Teck Yin, CEO of Sport Singapore said: “A weekend at the Singapore Rugby Sevens is one that promises not only world-class sporting action but also fun-filled activities for the whole family.”

“If you have yet to experience the Sevens, I would like to urge your family, colleagues and friends to come together to experience it. If you are one of the regulars, we thank you for adding to the energy and fun-filled experience. This is rugby and much, much more!” he added.

Paul Foster with Poppy and Branch. Paul Foster flanked by Poppy and Branch from DreamWorks Animation's Trolls. Photo: Sport Singapore 

For those who crave a little 80s and 90s nostalgia, legendary several-times platinum American band, Smash Mouth, known for major hits such as All Star, Can’t get Enough of You Baby, Walkin’ On the Sun and I’m a Believer will be performing on Saturday.

On Sunday, the band from the original cast from Broadway’s five-time Tony Award nominated musical Rock of Ages, which was turned into the hit movie, will perform a set of 80’s rock classics that will have the crowd singing along.

Event organisers will also launch the exciting new Singapore Sevens Splash Party as part of the event, featuring a long list of acclaimed artists across the two days of the event, which will be announced soon. This will take place next to Singapore Sports Hub’s Splash-N-Surf, where patrons are invited to get wet! There will also be live performances from well-known local acts, roaming entertainment and a fully curated Big Screen show throughout the day, which will include chances to win a range of money can’t buy prizes and experiences by simply purchasing a ticket and attending the event.

Family and early-bird packages are available and on sale from $19 for youth and $29 for adults. Early bird discounts are available till 28 February 2019 via the Singapore 7s website www.singapore7s.sg Sports Hub Tix website www.sportshubtix.sg, hotline +65 3158 7888, Sports Hub Tix Box Office at Singapore Indoor Stadium, The Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office, Scotts Square Concierge Desk, and all SingPost outlets.

 

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