20 Events in Singapore You Should Attend in September 2018


F1 Grand Prix? Mid-Autumn Festival? Colour run? These are just the tip of the iceberg of the exciting array of activities happening this September!

Read on to not miss out on them!


Festivals / Events


#1: 7 to 16 September – F1 Grand Prix Season Singapore

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Probably the main highlight of September that you won’t be able to outrace even if you wanted to avoid it – the Grand Prix Singapore Stage returns to Sunny Singapore for their 11th edition!

Besides the drama, tension and spectacle of the FORMULA 1 racers pushing their limits on the track, there’s a whole slew of activities happening off track to keep the adrenaline running high.  From live music performances featuring top acts from around the globe to virtual reality race simulations that are bound to get your heart racing, this year’s Grand Prix Season Singapore is bound to excite all your senses!

Some of the live performances happening at the Padang stage include Jay Chou, The Killers, Martin Garrix, Dua Lipa and many more!

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There will also be many other activities and after-parties (eg. Johnnie Walker 2118 party) around the area so be sure to check them out here!


When: 7 to 16 September 2018

Time: Varies

Venue: Mostly around Marina Bay area

Nearest station: Bayfront MRT Station (DT16 / CE1)

Admission: Starting from $78

For more information: Visit their website.


#2: 6 to 9 September – COMEX 2018

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Looking to purchase a new computer, phone or perhaps some new accessories or electronics? The LARGEST IT, Digital, Mobile @ Consumer Electronics Exhibition in Singapore is back to Offer you an irresistible discounts and deals on the latest and hottest I.T. products and accessories!


When: 6 to 9 September 2018 (Thursday to Sunday)

Time: 12-9pm

Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Levels 3, 4, 6

Nearest station: Esplanade (CC3) / Promenade (CC4) / City Hall (EW13) MRT Stations

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#3: 8 to 9 September – Singapore Toys, Games & Comics Convention (STGCC)

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Look no further to get your fix of toys, games & comics! The Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) is an eclectic mix of pop culture from the East and the West. With a kaleidoscope of comics, toys, games, manga, anime, cosplay and collectibles with a line-up of industry heavyweights, latest pop culture releases and non-stop stage entertainment, get ready to be spoilt for choices with the array of activities presented to you!

Even if you’re not a fan of toys, games or comics, this convention will surely be an eye-opener.


When: 8 to 9 September 2018 (Saturday to Sunday)

Time: 10am-8pm

Venue: Marina Bay Sands

Nearest station: Bayfront MRT Station (DT16 / CE1)

Admission: Starting from $10

For more information: Visit their website.


#4: 8 September – Race. Eat. Play @ One North Festival

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Always wanted to be a F1 racer but didn’t fulfil those dreams? Now’s your chance! After a successful launch last year, RACE.EAT.PLAY @ one-north Festival is back this year with even more fun for all!

The highlight of the event is the one-north Soapbox RACE where Fusionopolis Way will be transformed into a race and obstacle course. Teams will be racing their self-made Soapbox Cars down the race course in a battle of creativity and technical prowess.

RACE in a soapbox race in a new location, EAT many delightful snacks (Eg. edible helium balloon, satay meatballs in a bucket etc) at the food street, and PLAY with miniature soapbox cars and drones (there is even a drone laser tag!)

Don’t miss it!

(Unfortunately the sign-ups for the race has closed, but all the other activities are free-to-attend!)


When: 8  September 2018 (Saturday)

Time: 10am-6pm

Venue: Fusionpolis Way

Nearest station: One-North MRT Station (CC23)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#5: 8 to 9 September – Singapore Female Festival

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Ever felt like a woman’s life undergoes many different phases that are largely under-appreciated? So do the people behind the Singapore Female Festival!

Themed “Create, Nurture and Transform”, the Singapore Female Festival recognises the journey of a woman through the different stages of her life – from 18 to 50. From education to lifelong learning; from saying “I do” to greeting “hello world”; and from looking awesome to keeping healthy, the Festival is all about creating sparks and empowering the woman today a smarter living tomorrow.

Be entertained and enlightened by the performances and talks put up at the main stage, as well as engage in heart-pumping fitness activities such as STILL Boxing by GuavaPass at the Fitness Square. There will also be various health, beauty and wellness workshops conducted!

As long as you’re a woman (or know one), head on down here for an enriching and pampering girls’ day-out!


When: 8  to 9 September 2018 (Saturday & Sunday)

Time: 10.30am-9.30pm (Saturday), 10.30am-8pm (Sunday)

Venue: Singapore Expo Hall 4B

Nearest station: Expo MRT Station (CG1)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#6: 24 September – Mid-Autumn Festival

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If the myriad of mooncake advertisements and lantern decorations going up isn’t a clear indication that the Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching, I don’t know what else is!

Marking the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival was traditionally a time to give thanks to the gods. It’s the time of the year where the moon is the brightest, which is also why many lunar legends surround this festival, with the most famous one being the story of Chang Er, the wife of a merciless king who downed the elixir of immortality he had intended to drink, to save her people from his tyrannical rule. After which, she was said to have ascended to the moon, where she was subsequently worshipped as the Moon Goddess.

For the entire month, many organisations across Singapore will be having various Mid-Autumn Celebrations all across Singapore, one of it being the Mid-Autumn @ Gardens By The Bay, where the entire area is transformed into a mythical traditional setting, with dragon lanterns and more! This limited-time exhibition starts from 6 September all the way till 24 September.

To bask in a truly authentic traditional atmosphere, head on over to Chinatown or Chinese Gardens!


When: Throughout the month of September (actual festival date is 24 Sept)

Time: Varies

Venue: Varies

Nearest station: –

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


Food / Music / Shopping


#7: 1 to 2 September – Wheeler’s Market

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Combining food, music and shopping into one, Wheeler’s Market was started for this purpose, as well as creating a platform for local talents to showcase their artisanal collections or collectibles. There will be a myriad of activities including yoga, as well as stores set up by local designers and crafters!

Get ready to pick up cool treasures while enjoying live music performances!


When: 1 to 2 September 2018 (Saturday & Sunday)

Time: 9am-6pm

Venue: Wheeler’s Estate (Seletar Aerospace Park)

Nearest station: Serangoon MRT Station (NE12 / CC13) (You’ll have to take a bus thereafter!)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website or here.


#8: 2 September – Sunday Social Market


The Sunday Social Market is a passion project of DJ Zig Zach and Jade Amar, with two very different backgrounds: Music and Fashion. The idea was to create a space where people can hang out with their friends, listen to good music, eat delicious food and discover local brands and talented crafters. All the things they love in one place!

Expect some good ol’ House music, artisanal bakers and crafters, interior decor, fashion accessories and of course the hearty roasts from Camp Kilo Charcoal Club.


When: 2 September 2018 (Sunday)

Time: 12pm to 7pm (Market), 12pm to 10pm (Music & Food)

Venue: 66 Kampong Bugis

Nearest station: Lavender MRT Station (EW11)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#9: 8 to 9 September – Japan Summer Festival

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The Japan Summer Festival held in conjunction with Sports Hub Community Play Day is the largest Japanese cultural and fun-play event and first-ever to be held at the Singapore Sports Hub. The event offers visitors an immersive experience of traditional Japanese customs through activities such as the Bon-Odori mass dance, customary Japanese costumes try-outs – the Yukata, over 100 authentic Japanese food and beverage, merchandise and games stalls, a Japanese cultural corner featuring the age-old tea ceremony and koto musical performances, Japanese motorsports arcade games, a Pokémon Carnival and many more.

Enjoy early bird prices when you book the tickets before 7 September!


When: 8 to 9 September 2018 (Saturday & Sunday)

Time: 12pm to 9pm (Saturday), 12pm to 8pm (Sunday)

Venue: National Stadium

Nearest station: Stadium MRT Station (CC6)

Admission: $5 (Early-bird), $6 (Onsite tickets)

For more information: Visit their website.


#10: 8 September – Tampines Youth Festival 2018

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Music festival in the heartland organised by youths for all to lepak! There will be food and merchandise by our very own local vendors. Show your support for our very Singaporean local talents! Be prepared to be enthralled by the various dance, band and singing performances, hosted by Chen Ning from Mediacorp, Yes 933FM’s very own DJ!

Although admission is free, but register for the event online and you may get a surprise!


When: 8 September 2018 (Saturday)

Time: 5pm to 10pm

Venue: Tampines Community Plaza (Opposite Tampines 1)

Nearest station: Tampines MRT Station (EW2)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#11: 7 to 12 September – Music Matters Live 2018

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Back for its 8th edition in Singapore, Music Matters Live will be showcasing some of the brightest and most promising bands and artists across the APAC region and beyond.

Get ready to discover the sounds of tomorrow, consisting of more than 30 artsists from 14 different countries, over 5 nights of free music!


When: 8 September 2018 (Saturday)

Time: 6pm till late

Venue: Clarke Quay 

Nearest station: Clarke Quay MRT Station (NE5)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#12: 9 September – Bites and Vibes

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The ultimate block party, this street food party gathers the best food finds in town, music performances and wellness activities! Some of bites include those from Park Bench Deli, the Vibes include Mack Hampson, and Wellness include F45 Training, Pure Yoga, as well as WeBarre!

This party has the ultimate Bites and Vibes indeed, all while being plastic-free! Best thing? Admission is free!


When: 9 September 2018 (Sunday)

Time: 12pm-10pm

Venue: Amoy Street 

Nearest station: Telok Ayer MRT Station (DT18)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#13: 22 September – Food of the Future

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Asia’s FIRST ever experiential food event where you get to taste, feel and learn about the future of food.

Immerse yourself in the future of food with a curated marketplace, hands-on experience zones & empowering speaker keynotes thoughtfully put together to delight both parents and kids alike, along with hands-on experience in building your very own hydroponic farm and sustainable beekeeping.

If you enjoyed what you experienced, there will also be a vibrant marketplace for you to purchase some of these future foods home!

(Psst, RVSP now to get a FREE $10 coupon to spend at the event – Limited to the 1st 500 registrations!)


When: 22 September 2018 (Sunday)

Time: 10am-4pm

Venue: CoSpace Park 43 Science Park Rd

Nearest station: Kent Ridge MRT Station (CC24)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#14: 27 to 30 September – Great Food Festival

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Back for their 2nd year, expect crowd favourites and new line-ups that will tantalise your senses from the Great Food Festival 2018! Culinary masterpieces and gastronomical delights from around the world will come together in one location only for this limited time only!

Sprawling over 215,500 square feet, this festival will showcase chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants – both local and international – cooking up a storm! Some sections you can look out for are the Star Chef Arena and Rollin’ Sweet Times.


When: 22 to 30 September 2018 (Thursday to Sunday)

Time: 5pm-11pm (Thursday) | 11am-11pm (Friday-Sunday)

Venue: CoSpace Park 43 Science Park Rd

 Nearest station: Kent Ridge MRT Station (CC24)

Admission: Starts from $30 (Each pass includes 1 dish from Star Chef Arena (worth up to $20) and 1 complimentary RWS Invites Membership (worth $8))

For more information: Visit their website.



#15: 23 September – Vertical Challenge 2018

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Feasted a little too much? Challenge yourself to climb up some stairs!

With 3 different difficulties, there’s one category for everyone even with varying fitness levels! Push yourself to the full challenge by taking part in the climb consisting of 8 blocks (157 floors)!


When: 23 September 2018 (Sunday)

Time: 8am-1.30pm

Venue: Jelutung Harbour Park

Nearest station: Sembawang MRT Station (NS11)

Admission: $12~$24

For more information: Visit their website.


#16: 29 September – The Colour Run Hero Tour 2018

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The happiest 5k on the planet is back this year with their brand new superhero-themed tour! Get your powers super-charged as you crash through double the colour in new colour zones, and then take off and fly through skies of dreamy foam clouds!

Here, anything is possible and you are unstoppable!

When: 29 September 2018 (Saturday)

Time: 4pm-9pm

Venue: Sentosa Palawan Green

Nearest station: Harbourfront MRT Station (NE1 / CC29)

Admission: $65 (exclusive of registration fee)

For more information: Visit their website.


Nature / Art

#17: 1 September – Ground Zero Market

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No, not the popular boutique gym studio, Ground Zero Market is a sustainable lifestyle market that aims to tackle the problem of excessive consumerism by promoting a more sustainable lifestyle and dietary habits into Singaporeans’ daily lives through encouraging plant-based diets and routines that minimises the amount of waste produced.

Apart from workshops, educational talks and film screenings that raise awareness on the issues of excessive consumerism, there’ll also be a marketplace selling sustainable retail and food & beverages, such as Foreword Coffee!

Go green this September!


When: 1 September 2018 (Saturday)

Time: 10am-6pm

Venue: Ground Up Initiative, 91 Lorong Chencharu

Nearest station: Yishun MRT Station (NS13)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#18: 31 August to 21 September – Sunflower Surprise @ Gardens by the Bay

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Gardens by the Bay takes a clever reinterpretation of the yellow pavement to Emerald City in the Wizard of Oz, by bathing this path in a profusion of sunflowers. Frolic amongst the fields of 10,000 sunflowers and discover the story of Dorothy, her faithful dog Toto and their companions as they journey to find Emerald City!


When: 31 August to 21 September 2018

Time: 9am-9pm

Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

 Nearest station: Bayfront MRT Station (DT16/CE1)

Admission: $18(Singapore Residents), $28 (Standard Rates)(Includes entry to both Flower Dome and Cloud Forest

For more information: Visit their website.


#19: 21 September – Art After Dark x Gillman Barracks

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Even if you have not heard of Gillman Barracks, you’ve most likely seen them as the background of Instagram posts, with their iconic vibrantly-coloured art clusters. Now, join them for their biggest birthday bash ever as the precinct celebrates their 6th anniversary with its signature open house event – Arts After Dark!

From live performances to interactive art experiences, old and new fans of Art After Dark alike can look forward to another exciting evening of precinct-wide art activities and programmes, as well as live music performances complete with various F&B pop-ups!


When: 21 September 2018

Time: 7pm-11pm

Venue: Gillman Barracks 

Nearest station: Labrador Park MRT Station (CC227)

Admission: Free

For more information: Visit their website.


#20: 8 June to 17 March – The Little Prince: Behind the Story Exhibition

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Based on the book The Little Prince written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the exhibition celebrates the 75th anniversary of the publication. Discover how the well-loved story came about, and the unusual man behind its creation. Meet unforgettable characters from The Little Prince and experience their iconic moments. On display are stamps and philatelic materials, personal belongings of the author, illustrations, books and sculptures.


When: 8 June 2018 – 17 March 2019

Time: 10am – 7pm

Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum 

Nearest station: City Hall MRT Station (EW13/NS25)

Admission: Freefor Singaporeans and PRs (Standard Price: $8)

For more information: Visit their website.


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So many things to do, yet so little time! Are you spoilt for choices yet? Because I know I am!

I hope you have an AMAZING September ahead!


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