[Giveaway] Win a pair of tickets to Hibiki IV, a high energy Japanese taiko drum concert

Hibikiya drummer, Hiro Hayashida

Hiro Hayashida, renowned taiko drummer



2 pairs of tickets up for grabs to catch Hibiki IV: Where Modern Meets Traditional Music taiko drum concert!

Three Simple Steps to Win:
1. LIKE the Facebook post on this giveaway here
2. TAG a friend you’d like to go to the performance with
3. COMMENT and tell us why you’d like to go!

Ends: 1PM, Thursday, 17 July 2014
Remember to check Facebook by 6pm, Thursday, 17 July to find out if you’ve won! We’ll need to hear from the winners to send you details on ticket collection. If not, we might have to re-allocate the tickets.

Hibikiya drummer, Super Taiko Junior
Hibikiya flutist, Bunta Sato

Top: Super Taiko Junior; Bottom: Bunta Saito, Shinobue (Japanese flute) player



More about Hibiki IV: Where Modern Meets Traditional Music
Hibiki (or resonance in Japanese) is an annual concert in its fourth year running that’s quite unlike any other gig you’d go to in Singapore. It never fails to wow audiences with a dynamic percussion display of traditional and modern Japanese taiko drum pieces.

This year, four highly accomplished performers will take the stage at the NUS University Cultural Centre Theatre. Three of whom are from Japan including an ex-KODO (an internationally-renowned taiko group) member who’s played in a music video for Coldplay & Rihanna, a Guinness World Record setter for the largest flute ensemble, and a group of young talented taiko drummers aptly dubbed “Super Taiko Junior” group! On top of that, homegrown ZingO Festival Drum Group, a prominent leader in the local Chinese drum scene will showcase a unique drumming repertoire accompanied by choreography akin to martial arts.

Under the weight of all those achievements, it sounds like a terribly exciting and highly energetic performance not to miss!

But what’s unbeknownst to many in the audience, there lies a deeper motivation to Hibiki beyond entertaining the crowd. The organisers, Hibikiya, hopes to draw attention back to the tsunami-devastated regions of Japan, in particular Tohoku, by musically connecting audiences to its rich culture and history by showcasing musicians from the area.

How meaningful, and something that hopefully resonates with you at the end of Hibiki.

Now, prep yourselves for a feet-tapping, head-nodding, jaw-dropping feast for the senses – let’s get ready to taiko!

Experience the fourth annual Hibiki concert for yourself, get tickets at $35 on Peatix or $40 at the door.
Sunday 20 July 2014 / 4pm-630pm / University Cultural Centre Theatre

Hibikiya ZingO Festival Drum Group

ZingO Festival Drum Group



Terms & Conditions

This contest closes at 1pm Thursday, July 17 2014. Two winners will be randomly selected by Peatix Inc. to win the stated prizes from all eligible entries received. Peatix Inc.’s decision is final and binding and no correspondence will be entertained. Each prize includes 1 pair of tickets to the performance “Hibiki IV – Where Modern Meets Traditional Music”. Winners will be notified by Peatix Asia Pte. Ltd. via Facebook and e-mail on Thursday, July 17 2014 with instructions on how to redeem their prize. Prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. Peatix Inc. reserves the right to disqualify all entries that do not meet the rules and regulations of the contest. This includes entries submitted with invalid or incorrect information. Peatix Inc. reserves the right, at our sole discretion, to change these Terms and Conditions.
Image credit: Hibikiya

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Claire Ding
Claire Ding is the Community Manager at ticketing platform Peatix in Singapore. She runs a community event for organisers, Backstage Pass , where organisers connect with others and learn tips on event management. Quite the thrill-seeker, Claire's gone skydiving, bungee jumping, and enjoys anything that puts her on edge (quite literally), it's no wonder she's in the business of events with never a dull moment!