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Date: 16 May – 2 June 2019
Time: Depends on programme
Venue: The Arts House
Price: $40 – 60
SIFA 2019 is an annual performing arts festival that presents diverse and distinctive works from Singapore and around the world that ignites imagination and provokes reflection through theatre, music, dance, film and visual arts. The festival also aims to create meaningful engagement opportunities through artists talks, workshops and discussions. This year, The Arts House will be transformed into a festival house where audiences can meet, discuss the works in the festival, eat, drink and hang out while taking in the festival buzz.
Ultra Music Festival 2019
Date: 8 – 9 June 2019
Venue: Ultra Park
Here’s one for all the party animals out there – Ultra Music Festival has revealed its return in 2019! Ultra is known for epic line-up of DJs and great party atmosphere, featuring Steve Aoki and Dash Berlin in 2017, and DJ Snake and Steve Angello in 2018. The line-up for 2019’s Ultra Singapore has yet to be announced yet but that doesn’t stop us from feeling excited about the festival!
National Day Parade 2019
Date: 9 August 2019
Singapore is turning 54! Celebrate the nation’s birthday this August with friends and family across different venues in Singapore. Singapore citizens and permanent residents can apply for tickets for the National Day Parade at The Float @ Marina Bay from as early as May to catch the main celebration live. As per previous years, National Day is always an event to look forward to with shops and restaurants all over the country coming up with special deals and promos.
Singapore Night Festival 2019
Date: August (TBA)
Venue: Bras Basah, Bugis
For two weekends every August, the Singapore Night Festival transforms the Bras Basah and Bugis districts into a midsummer’s celebration of sorts. The main highlight of the festival is the interactive light installations that turn the Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Singapore into ephemeral works of wonder. This year, there will be many programmes held late into the night throughout the two weekends, such as street and music performances by local and international artistes. The Singapore Night Festival is a great opportunity to experience Singapore’s heritage, arts and culture in a new light!
Mid Autumn Festival
Date: 13 September 2019
Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important traditional festival celebrated by the Chinese. Put aside the folklore, and what you get is a day where families and friends get together to light lanterns. For some, it is also a cheat day where you can go all out to gorge on delicious mooncakes! In Singapore, the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations is complemented light installations and Chinese folk-art performances at various venues.
F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2019
Date: 20 – 22 September 2019
Venue: F1 Circuit Park
Price: Check ticket prices
The Singapore Grand Prix has pretty much positioned itself as a national affair with its non-stop race action and entertainment throughout the three days in September. Catch the motor race under artificial lights and see if Lewis Hamilton will be able to defend his crown in the 2019 inaugural night race. For those who are not fans of fast cars, Singapore Grand Prix is also known for its fantastic live music performances by line-ups that have never disappointed. With the first announcement of this year’s entertainment line-up including the likes of MUSE and Fat Boy Slim, we are super excited to see who else will be heading towards our shores!
Date: 27 October 2019
Deepavali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a celebration where Hindu families transform their homes into beacons of light, exchange gifts, share feasts and perform prayers to deities. Join the action at Little India on the eve of Deepavali, as Hindu families throng the district’s bazaar and street light-up. On Deepavali, catch a glimpse of devotees towing a silver chariot that houses an effigy of the goddess Sri Drowpathai Amman from the Sri Mariamman Temple in Chinatown, all the way to Little India.
Halloween Horror Nights
Date: Sep 27-Oct 29
Not for the faint-hearted – Universal Studios Singapore’s annual scare event returns for another year of terror. Brace yourself for a hair-raising mix of Western and Asian ghouls and ghosts from. Be alert – zombies might come after you!
Date: 25 December 2019 (celebrations begin from November)
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Even though it only takes place at the end of the year, Christmas always tops our list as the most anticipated celebration. Singapore always looks best during the Christmas period with the streets and malls decorated with colourful lights and installations. There’s also so much to do in town during the festive season, with over 15 Christmas events in 2018!
With 2018’s Disney-themed Christmas light-ups at Orchard Road being an instant hit among locals and tourists, we can’t wait to see what Christmas 2019 has in store for us!
Venue: Siloso Beach, Sentosa (TBC)
Zoukoput returns to its home at Siloso Beach Sentosa for the best dance music from around the world. If it’s anything like its previous beach shindigs, expect internationally acclaimed headliners and a weekend of non-stop partying for sure. Previous big EDM names include Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Hardwell and Zedd.One of Asia’s longest running annual dance music festival, ZoukOut, brings Asia’s best nightclub and the 3rd ranked nightclub in the world, Zouk, to the great outdoors. The festival is also Asia’s largest dusk-to-dawn beach festival in the region. Programming for ZoukOut runs over 16 hours with the festival ending at sunrise.
Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon