5 Things To Do: September 2014

Events in Singapore – September 2014


Date: 3-7, 9-14, 16-21, 24-28 September 2014
Time: 2pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm (varies by date)
Venue: White Tent Theatre, 10 Bayfont Avenue (next to Marina Bay Sands)
Admission: From $58 (10% discount available for Standard Chartered cardholders)

Circus lovers rejoice as Cavalia makes its Asian debut on our little red dot.  Expect to leave impressed, as 50 horses (yes, real horses!) take centre stage. With an amazing mix of special effects, acrobatics, live music and dance, there’s really no excuse for you to give Cavalia a miss.

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Café Fest Singapore

Date: 6-7 September 2014
Time: 6 September (10.30am-8.00pm), 7 September (10.30am-7.00pm)
Venue: Waterfront Promenade @ Marina Bay
Admission: $26 (Just In Time Festival Pass – selling fast!)

There’s a new kid on the block in the food festival scene here, and it’s one of the coolest ones yet.  Café Fest Singapore 2014 is the first ever café festival in Singapore, and it promises some really sweet experiences (yes, pun intended). Treat yourself to delectable delights from famous local cafes, or get your caffeine fix with the wide array of good coffee available. There’ll also be local bands playing at the festival, so you can dance away those calories you’ll be consuming.

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Under the Banyan Tree: Open Air Cinema

Date: 27 September 2014
Time: 8.00pm
Venue: Stamford Garden at the National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road
Admission: Free

Need a novel idea for date night? Head down to the National Museum of Singapore for Under the Banyan Tree: Open Air Cinema, where they’ll be screening classic Hong Kong film He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Father (新難兄難弟). Prepare a picnic basket, a cozy mat and some mosquito repellent and you’re all set for a romantic night. The best part of it all? Admission is free.

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Sentosa Buskers Festival 2014

Date: 6-14 September 2014
Time: 4.30am-10.30pm
Venue: Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island
Admission: Free (Admission fee into Sentosa island applies)

If you’re a fan of street performances, you’ll want to head down to Palawan Beach for the Sentosa Buskers Festival, which brings together the best buskers from all around the world. There’ll also be an interactive zone, where you can try your hand at acrobatic stunts.

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Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention 2014

Date: 6-7 September
Time: 10.00am-8.00pm
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands
Admission: $19 (1 day pass), $26 (2 day pass), $70 (VIP tickets)

Admit it – we’ve all had a soft spot for toys or comic books at one point in our lives. Unleash your inner nerd at the Singapore Toy, Games and Comic Convention 2014 (STGCC), where you can check out the Cosplay Runway and comic panels.  Also, if you’re into Japanese techno, you can party at DJ Night @ STGCC with guest DJs from Japan.

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