The Singapore River Festival 2019 will take place along Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay- starting on 2 August and ending on 15 September.
Returning for its fifth year, this year’s festival is dedicated to paying homage to Singapore’s cultural diversity and heritage and there will be a highlight event at each of the three quays.
Kicking things off is the Circular RAW Powered by Tiger at Boat Quay on 2 & 3 August. This massive street party is organised in collaboration with the official festival beer partner, Tiger Beer. Expect performances from local musicians including HubbaBubbas and The Steve McQueens.
In addition to live performances, festival-goers can enjoy NDP fireworks show from 8pm to 8:15pm.
Stream @ Clarke Quay will take place on 16 & 17 August and will have several live performances from local artists. Be sure to visit the pop-up kiosks from Chupitos Bar, Harry’s Bar, Get Juiced and Le Noir! Festivalgoers can look forward to unique eats like rendang pizza and Milo dinosaur shots.
SRF’s Mid-Autumn Festival is taking place on 14 & 15 September. This weekend definitely caters more to families, with family-themed events, activities and a lantern walkabout! Click here to book your tickets for the lantern walkabout.
Here’s what to expect:
The fifth edition of the Singapore River Festival will have so many activities and musical performances for festivalgoers as well as lots of food. Looks like the next two months are going to be pretty eventful for many people!
Stream @ Clarke Quay: Clarke Quay MRT Station
Circular Raw @Boat Quay: Raffles Place MRT Station
Mid-Autumn Festival @ Robertson Quay: Fort Canning MRT Station