Huge night at the Campaign Brief Asia, Sweet Shop, Song Zu, Fin Design + Arcade Legendary Party at the Spikes Asia Festival in Singapore

Legendary_Spikes_IMG_1110.jpgLegendary_Spikes_IMG_1107.jpgGutter Bar 2_IMG_1124.jpgIt's a slow start to the second day of Spikes Asia in Singapore following the hugely successful Campaign Brief Asia Legendary Party. About 500 people joined our generous sponsor partners The Sweet Shop, Song Zu, Fin Design and Arcade for a great night of fun and networking at Gem Bar. Once again the crowd spilled out into the street to fill up the corner of Club Street and Ann Siang Hill. And once again the cops came late to close the bar down and issue the annual fine for overcrowding! Thanks again to The Sweet Shop, Song Zu, Fin Design and Arcade and everyone who came along and made it such a great night.
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