Parties and Events

Know Where To Spend Your 2017 In Singapore!

Locked your plans for the New Year’s Eve? And have also decided where to let your hair down and what to wear to nail down the perfect look? Cool, but have you decided what to do in the New Year i.e. 2017? Come on Singaporeans, you can’t be so unplanned when talking about festivity!!!

Wake up party people, it’s your time to rejoice after all you not only have to say goodbye to 2016 but also have to welcome the New Year enthusiastically. Okay if you are clueless then let me give you some ideas to make your 2017 a better one that too by not traveling far away but in your extravagant land.

Yup, the Lion City takes full care of its party animals and entertainment lovers and hence hosts multiple events that will keep the fun and liveliness in your life intact. So get ready to mark down your calendar and postpone all your engagements in the month of January.

Chinatown CNY Light-up editwNot always loud music, dance and drinks can be the reason to be with your friends or love ones even strolling on the street enjoying the decorations of the New Year and doing crazy acts can be fun. The Chinatown CNY Light-up is the apt thing to look out for with friends. The light up includes handmade sculptured lanterns of roosters, hens and chicks.

Chinatown Chinese New Year CelebrationseditqThe adorable rooster lanterns and the annual Festive Street Bazaar – which features a variety of stalls hawking everything from decorations to delicacies, line the streets of Chinatown. You can also enjoy song and dance shows at night at Kreta Ayer Square.

Singapore Art Weekedit2Creative people and art lovers will love this because; the 12-day festival will celebrate the visual arts. It also include Aliwal Urban Art Festival 2017 and Art After Dark, a late-night carnival at the ultra-hip Gillman Barracks. Don’t miss the exhibitions at Singapore Contemporary Art Show.

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival Singapore4Once again the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival will be back in Singapore. The popular Australian festival will be held at the Meadow at Gardens by the Bay for a day’s worth of Pitchfork-endorsed indie rock, spread across four stages.

MetallicametallicaMusic lovers will find one more reason to rejoice as the Grammy award-winning heavy metal rockers are set to return to our shores. This time, they’re storming the stage of Singapore Indoor Stadium with their popular anthems such as ‘Enter Sandman’ and ‘Master of Puppets’ and others.

Hope that I have given you enough options to get indulged and enjoy the first month of the upcoming year.

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