Stay tuned to Stream The Beat happening tomorrow May 2, Saturday, from 2PM till 10PM, when a star-studded line-up over eight action-packed hours will not only provide us with some much-needed entertainment while we stay at home, but will also be raising money for Malaysia’s pioneering food bank The Lost Food Project (TLFP).

Following the footsteps of those halfway across the world, like the Global Citizen’s One World: Together at Home concert, a global broadcast and digital special curated by Lady Gaga in support of the frontline healthcare workers and the World Health Organisation (WHO); and Comic Relief and Children in Need’s virtual charity event, The Big Night In – Fresh Events Asia, who brought us The Music Run in passing, is behind this free, live-streamed music and fitness virtual festival to raise funds for emergency food and fund drive to ensure vulnerable charities and people receive the food they need during this difficult time.

 

 
“We felt obliged to do our part for those suffering below the poverty line, and we’re delighted to partner with The Lost Food Project to raise funds and help feed Malaysia’s most vulnerable,” comments Sam Middlehurst, Chief Executive Officer of Fresh Events Asia.

A donation of RM10 provides 50 people with a much-needed meal, so we’re really hoping people who tune in can rally behind this cause, and make a difference to those who need it most.”

With the support of Universal Music Malaysia, Stream The Beat will feature actor/singer Alvin Chong, Hip-Hop artists SonaOne and Rabbit Mac, 2000s boyband Blue’s Simon Webbe and girl band Dolla.

Besides that, there will also be plenty of fitness and wellness activities to keep our adrenaline pumping with fitness icon Nana al Haleq, lululemon ambassador Hansen Lee, as well as celebrity chef and TLFP ambassador Anis Nabilah.

Between 2PM and 10PM, the live-streamed music, fitness and wellness sessions hosted by Jesse Lawrence will intersperse with contests, where viewers will have the chance to win great prizes from the artists and partners.

There will also be live Q&A opportunities for fans to interact with their favourite artists, whereas a live Dance Cam gives stay-at-home viewers a chance to show off their best moves, grooving along to their favourite tunes on the live feed.

Stream The Beat is a free-to-view event, which you can register before 2PM tomorrow to take part here.

 

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