General Information

Pink Fest is a commercial festival that has been celebrating Global Pride Month in Singapore since 2018. We are dedicated to engaging lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people (LGBTQ), allies and inclusive businesses through a program of arts, culture and lifestyle events.

Our vision is to inspire, entertain and inform festival goers by creating a safe, supportive and inclusive ecosystem that benefits all citizens and residents of Singapore.

Of course not. Everyone is welcome at Pink Fest – that’s what it means when you’re inclusive.

You can join in the festivities by:

  • Organising an event as part of Pink Fest 2023
  • Taking up a booth in Pasar Pink as a Merchant
  • Organising an event as part of Inclusive Careers Lab
  • Sponsoring Pink Fest 2023
  • Coming down to our events with you and your friends!

Pink Fest Festival Partners

Submit your ideas for Pink Fest 2022 via this form! We’re looking for fun, never-done-before and even slightly wacky events or promotions from individuals, community groups, societies, organisations and companies! 

Successful applicants will be invited to become Official Event Partners. The Pink Fest 2022 season will run from 1 Jun to 30 Jun. 

The deadline for submissions is 11:59pm 29 April 2022, Singapore time. Successful applicants will be added to the Festival program after due diligence, by 6 May 2022.

Official Pink Fest Festival Partners receive marketing support, exclusive Pink Fest branding and access to marketing channels that reach over 300,000 people in Singapore and across Asia.

Pasar Pink X Sunday Social

Pasar Pink X Sunday Social is Pink Fest’s official inclusive social market, happening 11 June 2022, 11am – 6pm at Sing See Soon (Simei), organised in conjunction with Sunday Social Market. It is a perfect platform for inclusive merchants to reach out to LGBTQ communities and allies.

The venue is a beautiful,open air nursery space. It is fully sheltered so the weather doesn’t affect the market. It’s well ventilated and breezy.

Pasar Pink X Sunday Social will be held on 11 June 2022.

Pasar Pink x Sunday Social will be held at Sing See Soon (Simei).

All Pasar Pink Pop-Up merchants must be committed to inclusion. Merchants can be LGBTQ-owned/operated or ally-owned/operated businesses. Shortlisted merchants will be invited to sign the Inclusive Business Pledge for inclusivity upon confirmation.

The merchants operating in the following categories are invited to sell at Pasar Pink x Sunday Social:

  1. Pride gear (pins, pink lights, t-shirts, stickers, other LGBTQ-related merchandise, etc)
  2. Arts (music, books, etc)
  3. Culture (crafts, etc)
  4. Home (homewares, pets, interior design, cooking, etc)
  5. Food & Beverage (cooking, baking, etc); food seller of pre-packed, NEA-certified food only. No cooking on-site permitted; beverage sellers of non-alcoholic beverages only
  6. Fitness (sports, yoga, running, crossfit, massage, etc)
  7. Mind (mental health, meditation, spirituality, etc)
  8. Life (coaching, relationships, intimacy, personal development, personal finances)
  9. Geek culture (tabletop games, video games, anime, manga, cosplay, comics/graphic novels, books, poetry, vintage memorabilia, etc)
  10. Tech (gadgets, hardware, software, coding, etc)

Each merchant will be provided with  1 table + 2 chairs for their stall.
Booth reservation will only be made upon payment of participation fees.

You can choose from 2 different table sizes
>> 120cm x 70cm – $110
>> 150cm x 75cm – $125
Additional space for vendor’s clothing rack, shelf, mirror or fitting room are possible upon request for $25 per item.

Last minute cancelation (2 weeks prior to the market) will not be refunded nor transferred to another date.

Payment system: Each vendor handles their own payment system, Paynow is generally the best way for most vendors as you won’t need to rent a credit card terminal or handle change.

Booth decoration: Each vendor is in charge of decorating their own booth. We provide 1 table and 2 chairs but you will need to bring your own table cloth and props. Please keep in mind that it is a family friendly market , we want to keep the vibe personal and warm, we discourage big banners and any spammy posters.

Electricity: You are welcome to use the powerpoints placed throughout the venue, kindly bring your own extension cables and be ready to share with other vendors.

Brand activation: There are 2 big air conditioned rooms available for class or workshops at the venue. Feel free to request the space to conduct workshops and brand activations (no charge for the 1st timer ) – for more information do get in touch with me

Marketing add on:
If you wish to be promoted on the Sunday Social IG and Facebook event page, we can make a dedicated post about your brand.
Kindly add $25 to your participation fee and send us your assets
– 4-5 Images
– A few lines about your brands.

All applications must contact us by 29 April 2022. Successful applications will be notified latest by 15 May 2022. You can email us for more information at [email protected]

Inclusive Careers Lab

In the wake of the pandemic we must look after people negatively impacted by Covid 19. Many LGBTQ faced reduced hours or job losses in entertainment, events, tourism and other industries. In 2022, the Inclusive Careers Lab (ICL) returns through a partnership between Pink Fest and the Inclusive Business Pledge 2022.

The Inclusive Careers Lab will run online from 13 June to 24 June. 

All Inclusive Careers Lab sessions will be held online to be accessible for folks in Singapore and across the APAC region to participate.

Sign up now via: https://forms.gle/yAjqjbZaEnKkfVzB8 to express your interest in running an Inclusive Careers Lab session. There is a S$500 fee to participate, that includes Premium Inclusive Business Pledge 2022 Badge.

If your organisation comes on board as a sponsor of The Inclusive Careers Lab 2022, your participation fee, and Inclusive Business Pledge 2022 Badge, will be included in your sponsorship package.

In the spirit of inclusion, workshops will be open to everyone. LGBTQ, women, persons with disabilities, racial minorities and other groups of underrepresented talent in Singapore are highly encouraged to attend.