The DBS Marina Regatta returns to Marina Bay this year, with more adrenaline-packed action and festival fun. Besides a heart-racing dragon boat race with close to 80 local and international teams vying for the top spot, the event also promises an exciting slate of sideline activities for all.
For those who want to burn some extra calories, sign up for the one-of-a-kind water obstacle course at the Battle Bay, or break a sweat at the many yoga and fitness sessions available during the event. Those who just want to chill can look forward to an urban beach with hammocks, cocktails and a special pop-up of Potato Head’s legendary Coconut Bar. Don’t forget to stick around after sundown for a dance party (against the stunning Marina Bay skyline, no less), as the line-up of DJs get you revved up for Ultra Singapore (happening the next weekend on 10 and 11 June).
Dates: 1 to 4 June 2017
Time: Varies based on activity. See here for more details.
Location: The Promontory at Marina Bay
Admission: Certain events are ticketed and may have age restrictions. See here for more details.
(Source: DBS Marina Regatta Facebook)
Schedule a date with your family at Aviva SuperFunDae 2017, where you can let loose and have fun at one of the biggest outdoor festivals for families. The event will feature over 30 games and activities across 22,000 square metres of open space, with 5 distinctively themed zones – Circus Centre, Speedy Zone, Dream Castle, Pirate Island, and Jungle World – to keep you occupied all day.
Once you’re tired out from all the fun and games, you can sit back and relax at the outdoor movie screening, or put your skills to the test at the various art workshops. We hear that there will also be free ice cream for all during the event, so do you really need another reason to head down there?
Date: 10 June 2017
Time: 10am to 9pm
Location: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay
Admission: From $14.90. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Aviva SuperFunDae)
This June, the Esplanade presents an opera adaptation of Hansel and Gretel, as an international cast of performers come together to bring the iconic fable to life. With a solid repertoire of romantic melodies and German folk songs, Hansel and Gretel promises an exciting evening at the opera.
Dates: 16 & 17 June 2017
Times: 7.30pm (Friday); 5pm (Saturday)
Location: Esplanade Concert Hall
Admission: From $15. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Esplanade Theatres on the Bay)
Not to be missed by mixed martial arts fans, Fight Night Singapore 2017 is the UFC’s first live event in Asia for the year. The world-class sports event will feature fighters from all over the world, including Holly Holm (United States), Bethe Correia (Brazil), Dong Hyun Kim (South Korea), Takanori Gomi (Japan) and more.
Date: 17 June 2017
Time: From 4.30pm.
Location: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Admission: From $58 and up. Get your tickets here.
Theatre company W!ld Rice brings its well-loved comedy back to the stage, this time with a cast that includes Oon Shu An, Judee Tan and Rodney Oliveiro. Boeing Boeing tells the story of Bernard, a modern-day Lothario who juggles his three beautiful (but clueless) air stewardess girlfriends. Of course, trouble soon ensues and…well, let’s just say that Bernard is in for a turbulent ride. The play is directed by Pam Oei (of Dim Sum Dollies fame).
Dates: 23 June to 22 July 2017
Times: 3pm (Saturdays & Sundays); 8pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays)
Location: Victoria Theatre
Admission: From $45 and up. Get your tickets here.