Silent Nights

If you’re young at heart, just young, or love a boogie, Silent Disco Asia offers a brilliant few hours to bust some moves under the Singapore stars without complaining that the music is JUST TOO LOUD. From now until May 2024, Silent Disco Asia takes place once a month from 10pm – 2am and includes your own individual headset, drinks, and some natty glow-in-the-dark accessories. There’ll be three DJs of three different genres to keep the tempo up and each partygoer can choose their preference – Rock Anthems, Electronic Dance Music Bangers, and Top 40 Pop Music. We cannot promise that your potential hangover will be quite so quiet …

Family Festival FUN incoming

We usually associate Sarimbun Scout Camp with our adventurous ANZA Scouts, but September sees the venue host Sunda Festival, a new two-day shindig from 30 September – 1 October. Over two days there’ll be family-friendly workshops, curated activities for all ages, works from visual creatives, and live music across three stages including DJs, live bands, and electronic acts. What’s more, guests of the festival have the option to camp or stay in the on-site accommodation at Sarimbun for a taste of the wilderness.
70 Jln Bahtera, Singapore, 719921.

SG Night Festival RETURNS

After dark happenings are all the rage as the Singapore Night Festival returns from 18 – 26 August. Taking place at the Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) precinct, the theme this year is “Singapore, the Great Port City”. Revellers can look forward to exploring the museums and heritage buildings around BBB alongside enjoying works by local artists, cool dynamic projections around the city, Night Lights installations, and lots of food and shopping experiences.

It’s showtime!
Fans of musicals rejoice – some classics are coming to town to add a little magic and joy to your life. Don’t miss them!

  1. “Leave your troubles outside” for iconic Cabaret which will transport you to the sultry Kit Kat Club in 1930s Berlin where life is beautiful but dark forces are on the rise. Here you’ll find a glamorous backdrop for a romance to develop between American writer Clifford Bradshaw and English cabaret performer, Sally Bowles.
    5 – 15 Oct. Sing’Theatre, 21 Tan Quee Lan St, #02-10 Heritage Place, 188108
  2. So, what if Juliet had not ended it all for Romeo and got a second chance at life on her terms? Self-discovery, empowerment and love is the theme of & Juliet and comes straight to Singapore directly from a blockbuster season in Melbourne. Adding to the story are some iconic pop songs from the last three decades.
    21 Sep – 8 Oct. Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Ave, B1, 018973
  3. Unforgotten is an original musical set in late 1980s Singapore. Follow the story of a young doctor and his encounter with some senior citizens at Kranji Home who’re suffering from Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from the Japanese Occupation.
    28 July – 6 Aug. Drama Centre Theatre, 100 Victoria St, #03-01 National Library, 188064
  4. Mamma Mia! returns to SG for a limited season in October. Break out the hummus and head on a journey to a Greek Island where everyone converses in ABBA songs such as “Dancing Queen”, “The Winner Takes It All” and “Voulez-Vous”.
    19 Oct – 5 Nov. Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Ave, B1, 018973

Cosy Up In OZ

Escaping Singapore’s summer heat for some Australian cold? Put hibernation on hold and head to Busselton in the Margaret River region where the Cabin Fever festival will warm you up good and proper! Expect fire, wine, beer, food, guest speakers and fine tunes at this spectacular which has over 50 events planned, with more incoming!
14 – 23 July.

Live Well

If you’re looking for healthy activities to do with friends and family, head to Sentosa. From now until 19 July, Zentosa LiveWELL Festival is hosting more than 250 activities to promote wellness, boost energy levels and encourage rest.

Driving towards F1

Singapore F1 takes place at Marina Bay from 15 -17 September. Let’s hope it doesn’t rain so we can watch the race and see the likes of Robbie Williams, Post Malone and Jackson Wang performing without added mud.