The Not So Little Fair
Scheduled from the 30th September to the 1st of October 2023, it was an exciting and immersive event dedicated to families with children aged 0-12 years old. Hosted at Suntec Convention Centre Hall 403 Singapore, this event promised 25,000 square feet of pure fun and entertainment for both kids and parents alike. With a plethora of activities, products, and services on offer, it was bound to be a weekend that families will remember for years to come.
Shop, Play, Discover
The Not So Little Fair is not just a run-of-the-mill event; it is designed to offer families a unique and immersive experience. The event hall was transformed into a garden themed wonderland where families can explore, shop, play, and discover new and exciting things. From premium boutique brands to educators, there was something for everyone.
For parents, this was an excellent opportunity to discover the latest products and services for their little ones. Whether you’re in search of educational tools, toys, or clothing, the Not So Little Fair had it all. With curated products and services, you can trust that you find will be top-notch and handpicked for quality.
Hands-On Fun Entertainment
One highlight of the event was the opportunity for hands-on trials. Parents and children could interact with the products and services, ensuring that they were making the right choices for their family.
In addition to shopping, visitors enjoyed live performances from a local dance school and Frozen themed kids shows. Stage performances was a fantastic way to keep both kids and parents entertained, with talented performers taking the stage. The event ensured that entertainment was not just for the kids; the parents could also have a great time watching their little ones smile and laugh.
Meet the Minions
The Not So Little Fair has a special treat for Minion fans. The Minions, those adorable and mischievous characters from the Despicable Me franchise, made appearances throughout the day at the fair. Families took the opportunity to get up close and personal with these iconic characters and even snap a photo with them.
For the ultimate Minion experience, there was a High Tea and Meet & Greet session. During this event, you could enjoy themed deserts like macarons, cupcakes, and donuts with the Minions themselves. However, its essential to note that the high tea was only available to VIP Star Bud ticket holders.
Bouncy Adventures with Bell
Bouncing into outer space was a reality at the Not So Little Fair, thanks to Bell’s bouncy Starship Voyager. Kiztopia, the official play area partner for the event brought all the fun and adventure to life. Kids could jump and bounce their way through an imaginative space voyage.
Entry to the Not So Little Fair was ticketed, with various packages available. Families could choose from different VIP tier packages to make the most of the experience. These packages offered unique opportunities like the Minion High Tea and access to exclusive areas.
The Not So Little Fair also offered the chance to win exciting prizes. Spending a minimum of $50 at any participating brand during the event, and you could be one of ten lucky winners to receive a Sentosa Fun Pass. Each Fun Pass came with 120 tokens, valued at $240.50, ensuring a fun-filled day for the whole family on Sentosa Island. The best part is that you can combine multiple receipts to meet the $50 minimum spending required.
Gen Woo Kids at Not So Little Fair
Additionally, for the fashion brand Gen Woo, the Not So Little Fair marked a significant milestone as it was their first trade show appearance since starting the fashion brand in 2018. Gen Woo was delighted to become a part of the community at the fair, where they had the opportunity to showcase their products and meet new customers.
The brand showcased an extensive range of fashion options, including collections for boys, girls and babies in ages 0-14 years.
For the littles ones, Gen Woo’s collections featured an array of stylish and comfortable clothing that has been sustainably manufactured. Parents could explore adorable and trendy outfits for both boys and girls, providing endless options to dress their children in the latest fashion trends.
In addition to their children’s collections, Gen Woo introduced their “mummy and me” nightwear sets, offering a unique bonding experience for mothers and their little ones. These co-ordinating nightwear sets provided an opportunity for mothers and children to enjoy matching outfits, creating memorable moments and a strong family bond.
Creative colouring competition
Gen Woo organised a fun and creative colouring competition for the event’s young visitors. The competition offered kids a chance to showcase their artistic talents and win exciting prises. This added an extra layer of enjoyment and encouraged young attendees to unleash their creativity.
Prizes for the colouring competition included home tie dye kits, fabric pens for customising clothes, and an array of iron-on badges. These prizes not only tapped into the current trend of personalised and DIY fashion but also had a sustainable element to it and taught kids’ ways to extend the life of their clothes. To read more about upcycling your clothes, click here
The brand is excited to continue growing and building relationships within the community and is eagerly anticipating their partnership in the next trade show. Gen Woo’s Prescence added a fashionable touch to the event, providing parents with trendy options for their little ones and contributing to the overall success and appeal of the Not So Little Fair.