Dick Lee and a host of artistes will lead a nationwide singalong of 'Home’ this Saturday (Apr 25) to show appreciation towards our frontline health workers and volunteers and migrant workforce.
The singalong event — called Sing Together Singapore! — will kick off at 7.55pm with a unique version of ‘Home’, featuring Dick Lee, Rahimah Rahim, Shabir, Taufik Batisah as well as Mediacorp artistes Desmond Tan, Felicia Chin, Rebecca Lim and Vernetta Lopez. They will be backed by a 900-strong choir from Voices of Singapore.
Families are encouraged are to join the singalong in their homes while waving their torchlights at their windows or balconies. That’s just the first part of Sing Together Singapore!
Participants are also invited to record their own performances during the singalong, and upload those videos onto their social media pages with the following hashtags #singtogetherSG, #SingaporeTogether and #stayhomeforSG.
Selected submissions will form part of a second ‘Home’ music video that will be played across on Mediacorp’s digital video platform meWATCH and free-to-air TV channels at 10.30pm that same evening.
This initiative is designed to rally everyone in Singapore in expressing our thanks and appreciation to our frontline workers and migrant works. It also aims to lift spirits and encourage everyone to stay home and stay united during this extended circuit breaker period.
Here are the details:
Sing Together Singapore!
Apr 25 (Sat), 7.55pm
And also on SPH Radio, Camokakis radio stations and Gov.sg Facebook page.
Special ‘Home’ music video featuring user submissions
Apr 25 (Sat), 10.30pm
Available on Mediacorp platforms on meWATCH, YouTube and TV channels.
Join us in the singalong by following these simple steps:
2. Gather your family with flashlights at your windows, doors and balconies to sing ‘Home’.
3. Record yourselves and your neighbourhood from your home [in landscape mode], share your videos* or sing along LIVE on Facebook and Instagram, with the hashtags #singtogetherSG, #SingaporeTogether and #stayhomeforSG.
*Set your post ‘public’ to share it with us. (By choosing to make your post public with these hashtags — #singtogetherSG, #SingaporeTogether and #stayhomeforSG — you consent to Mediacorp using your post and video content.)