Singapore Sun Festival

The Singapore Sun Festival, a 10-day-long annual music and lifestyle event, returns for the fourth time and ends this weekend on 7 November this year. Programmes and sub-events are held at various historical and iconic landmarks in Singapore and features seven different disciplines, including music, visual art, wine, cuisine, film, literature and wellness.

This year, free events and highlights include iLight, an urban light art installation by international and local designers at Marina Bay, along the waterfront promenade. Go after dark of course. First of its kind in Asia, the open exhibition is lit up from 7.30pm until midnight.


For the film buffs, four films will be screened at 7pm at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Watch out for classics North by Northwest (1959), Dial M for Murder (1954), An American in Paris (1951) and Singin' in the Rain (1952).

Always fancied trying yoga out but turned off by studio prices? Strike a graceful for free at the Asian Civilisations Museum Green on 2 November from 6.30pm to 8pm.


Lastly, two outdoor concerts showcasing percussion music and a fusion of Indian and Flamenco music will also be held at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre. A perfect way to end off a busy week at work!

Related links: Singapore Sun Festival website, Wikipedia – Singapore Sun Festival, Sistic website

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