A “Snow Rave” In Sub-Zero Temperatures Is Coming to Singapore
This September, snowfall is coming to Singapore.
For the meteorologists in the room, we realize that this may seem like a bold call. After all, with its close proximity to the equator, Singapore's tropical climate hardly sees a day below 70° Fahrenheit, even in the very brief and frequently humid winter months.
However, this September's snowfall is all but a certainty as C.L.U.P. (Combined Local University Party) is committed to bringing Singapore's first rave with subzero temperatures to form.
The organizer is turning this party into "Snow City," which will feature one room at normal temperature and another with conditions dipping down to -7° Celsius (equivalent to roughly 20° Fahrenheit). "There will even be blizzards at random times," they said.