From classic to contemporary displays of Japanese culture, catch a wide range of colourful and upbeat performances at Ramen Revolution 2018! While enjoying traditional showcases of Yosakoi, Okinawan Sanshin music and many more, get energised by local J-pop inspired groups and artists!
A five-member girl group that aspires to bring the Japanese idol experience here, Natsuiro Party hopes to spread energy and zest to the audience through song and dance! Don’t forget to wave your light sticks along to their songs!
Striving to portray a unique image of cute and cool, Tokimeki JUMP covers songs from Japanese idol groups such as Dempagumi.inc and The World Standard. Their core performance is “Odottemita”, whereby they dance along as a group to pop songs from anime to vocaloid.
Formerly known as French Kiss, Intriquette is a dance crew comprising five girls who wish to actively explore various dance genres while utilising Japanese music for their performances. Ranging from idol, vocaloid, mainstream and more, the team will bring you a mix of every genre possible!
Singapore YOSAKOI 星蘭「纏」(Singapore YOSAKOI Seiran [Matoi])
Keep a look out for this group of performers from Kochi, who hopes to bring Yosakoi – a unique style of Japanese dance – more familiar in Singapore. Yosakoi is a traditional summer dance and originated from Kochi.
Meet Ms. Minami, a Japanese traditional dancer, who has been performing on a stage since a teenager. Ms. Minami performs the Nohgaku – a traditional Japanese dance – which combines dance, music, drama and poetry into one performance.
Enjoy the performances by Ashibina (あしびな), which means “playground” in Okinawan language. They play traditional Okinawan folk songs as well as J-pop.
Food League Singapore
Touted as Singapore’s most popular food challenge organiser, Food League Singapore is back again at Ramen Revolution 2018! Food League Singapore will be hosting a speed-eating competition and a special showcase by competitive eater Zermatt Neo!
Fuelled with the passion and excitement of trying new things, SSR☆ consists of five talented individuals from different performance groups: Odorite Naru; Hikari from A-LIVE; Arashi from Vanilla Dream; Shoco from CTRL.T and Hikarin from Natsuiro Party. Join them as they surprise you with their sing-and-dance performances!
Wind Ensemble Nippon Singapore (WENS)
Set up in July 2014, the Wind Ensemble Nippon Singapore (WENS) is a wind orchestra band which performs a range of music. Join them as they perform a medley of Japanese songs at Ramen Revolution 2018!
A huge fan of cats and oyaji gags, Rae has been posting song covers on the internet since 2005. She has sung on various stages such as Niconico Kunikaigi Stage @ AFA, SJ50 Matsuri, J-Obsession, D’JParty & EOY.
Ruby The dancing Dog
Ruby is a dancing character from Singapore and hopes to become a dance ambassador here. She loves food, especially ramen! So come meet here at Ramen Revolution as she shares her passion for dance and ramen!
This male trio will cover famous Japanese songs with an acoustic touch. Stay tuned for their performance at the event!
Venue: The Forum B1, Resorts World Sentosa
Opening hours: 27′ Jul (5pm – 10pm), 28 to 29′ Jul (11am- 9pm)