10 Exciting Upcoming Events in S’pore For The Rest of 2017

Are you one of those Singaporeans who think that our little red dot is boring and has nothing worth getting excited for?

Well, we used to think so, but not anymore! Check out these ten exciting upcoming events that you have to go for the rest of 2017!

Piece of Peace World Tour Singapore

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This is possibly the most exciting event for Lego lovers in Singapore. Experience the rush of euphoria as you gaze upon a mini world built entirely out of Lego bricks. Check out Shinto Shrine in Japan, the statue of Liberty and other exciting places in this exhibition. As this is a celebration for the 50th anniversary of ASEAN, it is likely not going to be back once it is over! 

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Venue: Fort Canning Arts Centre
Dates: 27 July – 03 September 2017

Singapore International Arts Festival

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We used to complain that there is nothing arty about Singapore, but that has changed over the years. One of the most exciting festivals in town recently is the Singapore International Arts Festival (SIFA).

Held over a period of slightly over 2 months, the SIFA seeks to engage and entertain both artists and the public through a series of talks, theatre, dance and music performances. You can check out the programmes here.

Venue: Various locations
Date: 28 June – 09 September

Singapore Food Festival

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Food is at the heart of every true Singaporean. We bond over food; we build new friendships over food; we even close business deals over food! There is no wonder that excitement abound whenever the Singapore Food Festival comes around!

Happening now till 30 July 2017, there are various events happening all over our little island that have to do with food. Perhaps one of the most popular event would be the 50 cents Fest which draw crowds every year at the Chinatown Food Street. You can check out the full list of events here.

Venue: Various Locations
Date: 14 July to 30 July 2017

Singapore Night Festival

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The Singapore Night Festival is a popular event that happens over two weekends every August and this year, it is going be bigger than ever as the festival reaches its 10-year mark. Held at the  Bras Basah and Bugis Precinct, Singaporeans and visitors to Singapore can look forward to light installations, music performances and art installations around the area.

All performances are free so do head down to check out the Singapore Night Festival! You can find out more here.

Venue: Bras Basah / Bugis area
Dates: 18 – 26 August 2017

International Champions Cup 2017

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Football fans, be prepared for the event of the year, at least, in your opinion! Singapore has been given the honours to host a leg of the International Champions Cup (ICC) for the next 4 years, starting from 2017.

For this year, 3 electrifying battles between the German giants FC Bayern Munich, the Premier League champions Chelsea FC and Italian hotshots FC Internazionale Milano will take place right in Singapore! Get your tickets here!

Venue: Singapore National Stadium
Date: 25 / 27 / 29 July 2017

Grand Prix Season Singapore

After catching your favourite football stars, turn your attention to the Grand Prix Season! Happening from 15 – 17 September this year, Grand Prix Season returns with another exciting event that you should not miss. Hotels have been fully booked in the Marina area, so if you are still hesitating, your Grand Prix tickets might be sold out as well! Grab yours here.

Venue: F1 Grand Prix Stand
Date: 15 – 17 September 2017

Singapore National Day

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This is the proudest day of our nation, where we celebrate our independence. In our 52nd year as a free nation, we will be celebrating our national birthday back at the Floating Platform. Expect spectacular performances by our army, navy and air force as well as volunteers from all over Singapore. If you are not lucky to get tickets for the National Day Parade, catch the live telecast on TV (or your phone, because who still knows how to turn on a TV?) as we celebrate OneNationTogether!

Venue: Floating Platform
Date: 9 August 2017

Foo Fighters Concert

Fans of Foo Fighters, the wait is over. The American rock outfit is back to our shores after a hiatus of nearly 20 years. Held at the National Stadium on 26 August 2017, you can expect a fun night filled with your favourite songs such as “All my life”, “Best of You” and Grammy award winning track, “The Pretender”.

Venue: National Stadium
Date: 26 August 2017 8pm

Justin Bieber Concert

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Justin Bieber is coming! Now, if you haven’t bought your tickets, you really should buy it now, before it is sold out. The Canadian popstar is taking his Purpose tour to Asia this year and Singapore is in the list. Rock the night away with catchy tracks such as “Love yourself” and “Sorry” with Justin Bieber himself!

For the haters…please move on to the next point.

Venue: National Stadium
Date: 7 October 2017

Ed Sheeran Concert

Adding fuel to the music scene in Singapore is Ed Sheeran, the English singer-songwriter who has garnered recognition by bagging a Grammy Award. Expect two nights filled with soulful vocals with songs such as “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill”. 

Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Date: 11 – 12 November 2017

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