Rugby sevens: Rock, ruck & rumble at National Stadium and Clarke Quay during HSBC event

Special shuttle buses will be arranged to bring spectators to Clarke Quay where all rugby fans can expect a three-day music festival.
Special shuttle buses will be arranged to bring spectators to Clarke Quay where all rugby fans can expect a three-day music festival. PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Fans both local and overseas can expect to Rock Ruck & Rumble at next month's HSBC World Rugby Sevens in Singapore.

Other than an exclusive DJ set from British musical tastemaker Pete Tong on April 16 after the conclusion of the first-day matches, spectators can also expect lots of fun-filled carnival activities around the National Stadium in Kallang all weekend.

"We had worked together with stakeholders and sponsors to ensure an integrated experience for all spectators where the action at the stadium extends to a true Singapore experience after," explained Low Teo Ping, chairman of Rugby Singapore.

This means that fans can Rock Ruck & Rumble at the National Stadium and continue the rugby party at Clarke Quay at the end of the tournament activities each day.

Special shuttle buses will be arranged to bring spectators to Clarke Quay where all rugby fans can expect a three-day music festival.

Singapore Sevens ticket-holders can also expect discounts and other ticket privileges from participating outlets throughout Clarke Quay.