As parking spaces are limited at the festival venue (klpac), we highly encourage carpooling or taking the public transport. You’ll save the hassle and the environment too!
To ensure a comfortable festival experience, bring water, an umbrella, and even wet tissues! There are no ATMs on the festival grounds, so bring along cash as we’ve got lots of grub and goodies to explore and get your hands on!
Exploring the venue
When you’re over at klpac this 18 & 19 August, remember to grab a copy of your festival guidebook at the Information Counter at the Ground Floor Lobby.
Installations & Exhibitions
This year, we are exploring the lives and experiences of disabled people through various interactive and visual installations.
From photography, modular installations as well as #YSDAF2018’s first touchable museum, remember to check out our installations at the festival grounds!
We know you’ll be taking lots of pictures over the festival weekend, so remember to hashtag #YSDAF2018!
Who knows, we may even share your pictures on our official Instagram account, so follow us and keep a lookout!
If you’ve always wanted to pick up a new skill, now’s the right time. For free, you could join one of our many workshops at #YSDAF2018 and experience art, music, dance and theatre in a whole new way!
There is no pre-registration for the workshops before the festival finale weekend. You can sign up for the workshops 15 minutes before the workshop time outside the specified workshop location. As space is limited for each workshop, entry is by first-come-first-served basis only, and priority for selected workshops will be given to disabled persons.
Assistance at the Festival
Should you need any assistance at the festival, feel free to reach out to any of our festival secretariats! It’s easy to spot them: Just look for those in the official #YSDAF2018 shirt in purple. They will also be wearing a lanyard for identification. Just reach out and we’ll do our best to assist! There will also be at least 10 Festival Ambassadors to assist disabled persons. For more information on Disability Support and Access, click here.