Party The Night Away At Downtown East’s Slumber Pillow Fight Partay

Pillow WArriors

Kids love staying up late into night. Now, the entire family can get in on the action too at Downtown East’s Slumber Pillow Fight Partay.

This unique event takes place on the evening of 11 April 2015, Saturday, where families are invited to “par-tay” the night away at Downtown East’s D’Marquee. The venue will be the scene of a slumber party of epic proportions as parents and children get a chance to enjoy an evening of lighthearted fun together.

“Downtown East has always been active in organising and exploring unique activities that appeal to families and friends. We have organised successful events such as movie screening on floats at Wild Wild Wet. This year, as something new and different, we organised this slumber party cum pillow fight for an added element of fun. From the movie screening, exciting fringe activities, to the stage shows and the enjoyable pillow-y fight, there’s something for everyone here. Parents get the chance to play alongside their children and friends can look forward to a fun bonding night out,” said Ronnie Tan, Director of Group Integrated Sales & Marketing.

Dress Down and Party

Families are encouraged to come dressed in their sleep-time best for the occasion. Activities galore have been planned to keep both kids and parents pumped up throughout the evening.

No slumber party would be complete without a pillow fight. Get ready for just that when D’Marquee gets transformed into an arena for flying, cushy pillows. “Combatants” get to battle it out for bragging rights and slumber party supremacy in pillow fights held throughout the evening.

Pillow WArriors

Bouncy Castles and Acrobatic Turtles

Not a fighter? How about bouncing the night away instead? Kids of all ages get to enjoy springing about inflatable bouncy castles within D’Marquee.

Sample Bouncy Castle

As a keepsake of the evening, head over to the photo booths where you can take memorable family snapshots in your stylish slumber party digs. As an added incentive to come decked out full pyjama splendor, roving judges will be on the lookout for the Best Dressed Slumber Combatants to win prizes.


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There will also be a screening of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie on three large screens at D’Marquee. Bring along your own mat and find a comfy spot to settle down in front of the big screen.

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Cuddle up and huddle down for a night of laughs with the heroes in a half-shell. Free flow of popcorn and candy floss will also keep everyone happy – watch out for that sugar rush though!

Slumber Pillow Fight Partay

Downtown East’s Slumber Pillow Fight Partay takes place on Saturday, 11 April 2015 from 6.30 pm to 11 pm.

Registration is now open for NTUC/nEbO Plus! Members, eXplorerkid Members and the Public. Group rates are also available. Registration closes 2 April 2015 or when all spaces are taken up.

For more information and to register, visit www.downtowneast.com.sg.

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