5 Things To Do In March 2017

1. i Light Marina Bay

This March, Marina Bay plays host to Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival for the fifth year running. See the iconic area in a new light, as 20 sustainable light art installations set the Marina Bay waterfront aglow. The installations, which were created by both local and international artists, were designed with energy-saving lighting and environmentally-friendly materials. Participating buildings and organisations in the area will also turn off non-essential lighting and air-conditioning, in an effort to offset the power consumed by the event.

Besides a stunning collection of light art installations, visitors can also expect delectable dining options, artisan flea offerings and artist workshops at the event.

Dates: 3 to 26 March 2017
Time: 7.30pm to 11am daily (extended to 12 midnight on Friday and Saturdays)
Location: Marina Bay Waterfront
Admission: Free. Some attractions at the event may be chargeable – see here for more details.

(Source: i Light Marina Bay Facebook)

2. Temper Trap – Live In Singapore

Rock music fans, here’s one to mark down on your calendars. Australian indie rock band The Temper Trap will return to Singapore this March, taking the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel Singapore for one night only. The award-winning act has enjoyed global success since the release of their debut album in 2009, with more than a million albums sold and more than 150 million streams on Spotify. The band has also toured with Coldplay and the Rolling Stones, as well as performed at popular festivals like Lollapalooza, Coachella and Glastonbury.

Dates: 10 March 2017
Time: 8pm   
Location:
The Coliseum™, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Resorts World Sentosa

Admission: Tickets start from $118; See here for more details.

(Source: The Temper Trap Facebook)

3. The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice

The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice returns to our sunny shores once again, as familiar characters from Frozen, Finding Dory, Lion King and many more take on the skating rink in a dazzling display of skill, precision and charm. Be prepared to tag along on a musical adventure with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, prowl the Pride Lands with Simba and his crew and of course, celebrate with all your favourite Disney characters.

Dates: 15 to 19 March 2017
Time(s): 10.30am; 2.30pm; 6.30pm
Location:
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Admission: Tickets start from $25; See here for more details.

(Source: Disney on Ice Facebook)

4. Singapore Cocktail Festival

Previously known as Singapore Cocktail Week, the inaugural Singapore Cocktail Festival kicks off this March with plenty of immersive experiences to please your palate. The festival, which is arguably Asia’s largest celebration of cocktails, will feature tasting rooms, a food village, entertainment acts and of course, plenty of booze. Participating bars include Jigger & Pony, Smoke & Mirrors, Manhattan and many more.

Dates: 16 to 21 March 2017
Time: 4pm to 10pm (16 & 17 March); 12pm to 10pm (18 & 19 March) for the Festival Village
Location: Festival Village on 99 Beach Road; Various participating bars, see here for calendar of events.
Admission: Free (Selected tours and workshops are chargeable. See here for calendar of events.)

(Source: Singapore Cocktail Festival Facebook)

5. OSIM Sundown Marathon

Asia’s largest night run returns for its 10th edition this year, with more adrenaline-packed action and fun for the whole family. Besides a 5-day festival set to be Singapore’s largest night sports carnival, this year’s marathon also has categories catering to children aged between 6 to 12 years old (adult supervision required) and youth aged between 13 to 17 years old.

Dates: 21 to 26 March 2017
Time(s): 5.30pm to 10.30pm (21 to 24 Mar); 2pm to 7am (overnight) on race day.
Location: F1 Pit Building
Admission: Tickets start from $40; See here for more details.

(Source: Official Sundown Marathon Singapore Facebook)

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