Pictures from Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn Celebration of Love at VivoCity Sky Park.
(Check out ViviCity’s 2019 Mid-Autumn Celebration here!)
The lunar eighth month is nearly here. With that comes the next Chinese festivity, i.e., opportunity for a festive light-up. Mid-Autumn Festival!
I originally intended to begin my rounds with the usual light-up at Gardens, but this event caught my eye early in the week. Promising more than 2,000 lanterns that would light up the evening skies above VivoCity, Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn Celebration sounds and feels to be a great (and modern) way to begin this year’s mooncake festival.
Here are my pictures!
(This extravaganza is also free for all. Another reason why I headed down on opening day. :P)
Sunset at VivoCity Sky Park
My original plan was for this post to be my usual night-time light-up sort, but on arrival, I was immediately seduced by the golden evening. It was such a clear day, the credit of earlier showers. The Disney Tsum Tsum character lanterns also looked just as great against the daytime blue sky.
Being a VivoCity event, Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn Celebration of Love naturally has various retail link-ups too. For example, you could “score” a Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn EZ-Link with every SGD 250/- spent.
Kids could also frolic with Disney Tsum Tsum characters at the Sky Park, and bring home a bowl and cup set for every sixty dollars spent at a qualifying store. For details, please check Vivo’s events page!
Disney Tsum Tsum Cuteness Under the Evening Sky
It got really crowded after sunset! Especially at the Tunnel of Love! Thankfully, everything was still orderly enough for me to snap some quick shots.
I would just love to visit this Disney world
I’m proud to say, I love most things Disney. 😛
This sounds like such a cool event! I wonder if Disney Tsum Tsum will collaborate on other events like this? Maybe host multiple Disney Tsum Tsum related events around the world?
Hey, thanks for commenting. I think DTT is on the marketing offensive, ha ha, if you know what I mean. These would probably be popping up everywhere soon.
In Singapore, our next Disney/Pixar event is the Christmas light-up. First time ever there’s going to be a branded Christmas light-up in this way.