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What to do this weekend: September 2022

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 1 Sep 2022

The Singapore Grand Prix returns with a vengeance this September, heralding the arrival of a much-anticipated racing action after a two-year hiatus. Keep your eyes peeled as the exuberant celebration of Formula 1 extends well beyond the tarmac. From parties to feasts, these happenings are all within a stone’s throw of the race circuit.

Read on to get up to speed with everything you need to know this epic season.

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Prepare yourself for a night to remember at Singapore’s most iconic nightlife destinations. The renowned DJs spinning on set will leave your heart racing as you dance the night away.

F1 After-Party at MARQUEE


MARQUEE Race Weekend Presents Steve Aoki and Afrojack (30 Sep – 1 Oct)

Drawing on the legacy of our glamorous race weekend after-parties, MARQUEE Nightclub is proud to present Steve Aoki and Afrojack – two of electronic dance music’s most versatile producers and musicians. The Grammy-nominated artists are known for their abilities to effortlessly transition between multiple genres. Make MARQUEE your after-party pitstop to unwind at after a full day of competitions. Expect an exhilarating night at the largest nightclub in Singapore!


AVENUE Race Weekend Presents Masked Wolf (2 Oct)

The revelry continues with finale night at AVENUE Lounge, featuring highly acclaimed Australian rapper Masked Wolf. Famed for his spacey track ‘Astronaut in The Ocean’, this is an act not to be missed and the perfect way to end the Grand Prix weekend on a high note.



Looking for family activities or restaurants to visit with friends this weekend? Head down to Marina Bay Sands for dining options guaranteed to tingle your tastebuds.

F1-themed brunch and desserts served at LAVO


Fuel up with a lavish meal

Flag off the Grand Prix season with a scrumptious feast at our restaurants.


LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar

Step into the fast lane with a high-octane brunch at LAVO. With DJ Gil Glaze on the decks, rev up your energy levels with dynamic tunes, champagne, and F1-themed treats — all served 57 floors up overlooking the race circuit.


Mott 32 Singapore

Race fans can also look forward to F1-inspired Asian tipples, available from 26 Sep to 2 Oct at Mott 32. Headlining the series is Red Light, a concoction of yuzu juice, lemon juice and aged rum demerara, topped with a captivating layer of Shanxi Marselan red wine.


Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay

Over at Bread Street Kitchen By Gordon Ramsay, the talented team has designed a unique cocktail to usher in the Grand Prix. Available 29 Sep to 2 Oct, Fuel-Up is a smooth mixture of Brass Lion Singapore Dry Gin, Campari and Sakura Vermouth.


3 instagrammable milkshakes at Black Tap, Singapore


Celebrate Black Tap's birthday

Coinciding with the F1 season is Black Tap’s fourth birthday, which features a month-long celebration with momentous dining exclusives. Refuel your tank with their Instagrammable milkshakes and complete their anniversary quiz to be awarded with tantalising snacks such as the crispy Buttermilk Fried Chicken Tenders and Salted Egg Yolk Fries!


Merlion 50 Drinks


Merlion 50 Drinks

As night falls, toast to the exciting day you’ve had with an artisanal cocktail at our bars. For a quintessential gastronomic experience, head to Spago Bar & Lounge. From now till 2 Oct, order the Purple Lion to celebrate the golden jubilee of the Merlion statue. The botanical cocktail is beautifully crafted with gin, lavender honey syrup, and garnished with the national flower. Tingle your tastebuds with an ethereal fusion of Singaporean and Japanese flavours at KOMA with their Pandan Dream, KOMA’s playful spin on the Singapore Sling with locally produced gin and Melati. 

Commemorate the golden jubilee with a variety of cocktails specially created for the occasion.



Experience enthralling exhibits at ArtScience Museum. 

Mental: Colours of Wellbeing exhibition at ArtScience Museum


MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing (from 3 Sep)

Embark on a journey of introspection with MENTAL: Colors of Wellbeing – an immersive space designed to confront societal bias and stereotypes around mental health. Through the installations displayed by local and international artists as well as their research collaborators, MENTAL aims to ignite our imagination to see the ways of being from fresh multifaceted perspectives.

This exhibition will open on 3 Sep 2022.

Book your tickets to MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing.


Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected


Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected (5 Aug 2022 – 29 Jan 2023) 

Experience art on the fringe with Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected as you venture through an uncanny universe of bizarre hybrids and strange new beings. Piccinini challenges visitors to confront differences in a world filled with diverse species and rich ecosystems; her exhibition is a call for greater empathy in human beings and a reflection on our responsibilities as humankind. Immerse in a multimedia world – at the intersection of science-fiction, surrealism, feminism, and environmentalism – to foster a nuanced understanding of human connectedness and empathy.

This exhibition will run from 5 Aug 2022 to 29 Jan 2023.

Book your tickets to Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected.


We Live in an Ocean of Air


We Live in an Ocean of Air (28 May – 2 Oct) 

Reflect on the wonders of the natural world in a multi-sensory immersive installation at We Live in an Ocean of Air for an activity to do over the weekend. Through stunning virtual reality, you'll explore connections that bind the animal, plant, human and natural worlds in a magical and moving experience like no other.

This installation will run from 28 May to 2 Oct 2022.

Book your tickets to We Live in an Ocean of Air.


Future World


Future World: Where Art Meets Science

Immerse yourself in a world of art, science, magic and metaphor at Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Journey through an immersive and mesmerising collection of interactive digital installations for a stunning wonderland.

Book your tickets to Future World: Where Art Meets Science.



Discover the best things to do this weekend around Marina Bay, from stunning attractions to showstopping performances at Sands Theatre.

The LKY Musical returning at the Sands Theatre after 7 years


The LKY Musical (7 Sep – 2 Oct)

The LKY Musical returns to the stage at the Sands Theatre, 7 years after its initial run as one of the most successful home-grown musicals of all-time. Starring Adrian Pang and Kit Chan, backed by Dick Lee’s stellar music, the play spotlights the early days of Lee Kwan Yew – from his student days and his romance with Madam Kwa, to Singapore’s independence.

Book your tickets to The LKY Musical.


Alan Walker's Walkerverse Tour happening in Singapore 2022


Alan Walker WalkerVerse Tour (9 Sep)

Alan Walker, the chart-topping Norwegian hitmaker, will kick off his global WalkerVerse Tour in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands Expo. Promising a completely immersive spectacle that will raise the bar of electronic dance music, it is time to enter the WalkerVerse.

Book your tickets to catch this electrifying extravaganza.


Frances Yip's Concert at the Sands Theatre 2022


Frances Yip All for Love (24 Sep)

This September, join veteran vocalist Frances Yip as she walks you down the memory lane with her all-time greatest hits such as 《上海滩》、《万般情》、《笑傲江湖》and more. Known for her repertoire that extends from Western hits to MandoPop and CantoPop, get ready for an evening of passion and sentimentality with the Hong Kong Super Diva.

Reserve your tickets for a night of reminiscences with Frances Yip.


Attractions Tour


Attractions of Marina Bay Sands Tour

Traverse the expanse of Singapore’s most iconic landmark, Marina Bay Sands if you are looking for fun things to do over the weekend. Take the chance to discover the landmark’s innovative design and sustainability features and look back on its history since its opening. Visit prime vantage spots for the best view of the Singapore Strait, or cruise down The Canal for an eye-opening voyage of The Shoppes.

Please note that selected tour sites may be avoided due to certain weather and other unforeseen conditions.

Book your tickets for the Attractions of Marina Bay Sands tour for a fulfilling day of sightseeing around Marina Bay Sands.


Mid-Autumn Lanterns at ArtScience Museum


Mid-Autumn Festival Light Up (7 – 11 Sep)

Admire the stunning spectacle of 500 lanterns illuminating the lily ponds at ArtScience Museum. From 8 to 10 Sep, join in the festivities by receiving a free lantern when you visit the Marina Bay Sands Mooncake Booth at the Giving Marketplace (while stocks last).

View all Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations.




Check out the kaleidoscope of events and activities happening around Marina Bay Sands.  

Pixar Putt


Pixar’s Pop-Up Mini-Golf Course at the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade (from 26 Aug)

A new mini golf experience is making its debut at the Waterfront Promenade beginning 26 Aug, as part of its first-ever tour in Asia. Pixar Putt, a pop-up mini-golf course, comprises interactive putting holes inspired by popular Pixar films including Toy Story, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo and more. Disney fans and mini golf enthusiasts alike will surely enjoy the Pixar Putt experience, set to bring you to infinity and beyond!

Book your tickets to secure your preferred tee-off time.


Singapore Food Festival


Singapore Food Festival 2022 (24 Aug – 11 Sep)

Foodies can look forward to the return of the Singapore Food Festival and its exciting line-up of culinary experiences. The Festival Village, located at the Bayfront Event Space beside Marina Bay Sands, is the culmination of over 25 culinary and beverage brands. Feast on familiar local favourites at the Hawker Heroes Collective area, or discover unique creations at the Contemporary Food Zone. Highlights include the plant-based Golden Chilli Crab Burger by The GoodBurger and Blue Lotus Eating House, and a Sambal Goreng Pizza by Dopo Teatro.

Book your tickets to this scrumptious spread of gastronomic surprises.


Plan Your Visit

Visiting Singapore? Check out our travel guide for the best things to do across Singapore. Featuring a plethora of dining locations, tourist attractions and activities, travelling around town will be a breeze for you with our handy articles.

Have a fun and fulfilling weekend at Marina Bay Sands with our list of things to do around Marina Bay Sands. Streamline your visit by planning your visit to Marina Bay Sands. Sign up for a Sands Rewards membership and earn Reward Dollars when you stay, shop, or dine to offset your next purchase or redeem all-day parking benefits.

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