Cherrie: “It takes a team to build this dreamy world.”
“Unlike school project proposals that usually don’t get realised, this experience offered us the opportunity to work as a team and create something magical together. Each of us has different strengths that complement each other – we’ve got IT experts, communication pros and even a sustainability specialist. As for me, I’m mainly responsible for the performances.
To create a whimsical vibe, we’ll introduce less common music genres to the community through the festive performances. Expect unusual instruments like the handpan drum, as well as up-and-coming artists who you may recognise from Swire’s Hometown Heroes programme. I’m most excited about the parade shows, which will be a multisensory experience with dancers dressed as elves.
On top of that, there are also lots of details in the market’s design to immerse visitors in a dreamy world. It takes a whole team to build, and I can’t wait to see it come alive!”
The White Christmas Street Fair 2021 will take place on 2-5 December, with all proceeds going to Operation Santa Claus. Stay tuned to their Facebook page for updates!