Ever since Singapore’s first F1 race in 2008, September has always been associated with one thing – F1 fever. Besides the fast cars and hot race car drivers (oh Jenson Button, how you make our hearts flutter), the F1 concerts are something else to look forward to next month. This year, stellar acts like Bon Jovi, Maroon 5 and Pharrell Williams will grace our humble shores. For a full list of entertainment highlights, see here.
Date: 18 – 20 September (Friday to Sunday)
Venue: The Padang, Marina Bay Street Circuit
Admission: $68 – $188. Get your tickets here.
If you’re more about culture than cars, check out A Midsummer Night’s Dream by local theatre company W!LD RICE. Relive Shakespeare’s enchanting tale of love, tradition and magic with classic lines, a dreamy set and a young but talented cast.
Date: 23 – 27 September (Wednesday to Sunday)
Time: 8pm (Wednesday to Friday), 3pm & 8pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Venue: SOTA Studio Theatre, School of The Arts
Admission: $20 – $35 (Concession tickets available for students, NSFs & Senior Citizens available). Get your tickets here.
(Source: W!ld Rice)
It’s time to put on your dancing shoes, because one of the world’s biggest dance events is going to make its debut on our sunny shores. Road To Ultra will feature headline acts like Alesso, Nicky Romero and Skrillex, so what are you waiting for? Tickets start from $118.
Date: 19 September (Saturday)
Time: 12pm – 1am (Friday), 11am – 1am (Saturday), 11am – 9pm (Sunday)
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands
Admission: $118 – $198. Get your tickets here.
American singer and songwriter Joshua Radin makes his debut in Singapore this September, after releasing his sixth studio album Onwards and Sideways. Famously known to have sung for Ellen DeGeneres’ wedding (and live on her show as well), Joshua Radin will no doubt tug on your heartstrings with his smooth voice and lyrics about love and loss.
Date: 4 September (Friday)
Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall
Admission: $48 – $88. Get tickets here.
It’s that time of the year again, when eating one too many mooncakes becomes a legitimate #firstworldproblem (the struggle is real, people). This September, head down to Chinatown, where colourful lanterns and delicious mooncakes will get you into the festive mood. Highlights include the festival’s opening ceremony, where Eu Tong Sen Street and New Bridge Road will be lit up with rows of lanterns, as well as nightly shows at Kreta Ayer Square.
Date: 12 September – 16 October (TBC)