Your Ultimate Guide To The Most Decadent And Epic Singapore F1 After Parties

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you would already know that the Singapore Grand Prix F1 Race will be gracing our roads this coming weekend (16-18 Sept)!

If you’re no fan of watching cars race at alarming speeds, do not fret, because the F1 isn’t just about cars racing at alarming speeds. It also features some epic after parties! We’ve sourced the most decadent and epic Singapore F1 after parties happening this weekend! Be warned, entry to some of these places do not come cheap!

1. Amber Lounge

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If you live by the quote ‘Go big or go home’ then Amber Lounge may just be THE PERFECT after party for you. Located at Millenia Walk, this upscale bar will start the F1 celebrations on Saturday (17 Sept) with a unique fashion-show, F1 drivers and supermodels donning international labels. The party continues with Amber Lounge playing host to over 20 live shows!

If even that seems tame to you, on Sunday (18 Sept), Amber Lounge will play host to F1 drivers and their teams for a post-race celebration!  Amber Lounge (Singapore) has played host to several famous guests including Maroon 5, David Beckham and Gordon Ramsay. So don’t be surprised if you bump into Adam Lambert or Kylie Minogue (who are set to perform this weekend)!

The best part about Amber Lounge? There’s an open bar including house champagne!

This after party comes at a very steep price, individual passes start at $900 (Saturday) and if you are looking for the best table at Amber Lounge be prepared to drop $31,000 (either Saturday or Sunday)!

Make reservations here: [email protected]

Amber-Lounge (Singapore)
9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, Temasek Reflections,S039596
Contact: +377 97 77 16 34

2. Boudoir Noire

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If you’re looking for something a bit more unconventional, Boudoir Noire is Singapore’s only cabaret-themed party. Party goers can look forward to sensual performances from the New York club The Box and Sukki Singapora (the world’s first professional burlesque dancer from Singapore)!

Make reservations here: [email protected]

Capitol Theatre
11 Stamford Rd, Capitol Piazza, S178884


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What better way to kick start the F1 celebrations than a decadent brunch-cum-daytime party at CE LA VI? Offering endless flow of champagne, oysters and foie gras alongside CE LA VI’s resident DJ this Sky High Brunch is a must go!

What’s great about CE LA VI is its never ending party, from Brunch to a Pre- Race Afternoon BBQ followed by an exclusive Tasting Menu featuring Modern Asian dishes, party goers are in for a full weekend of partying!

CE LA VI kickstarts its F1 afterparty from 6pm! Enjoy a bird’s eye view from the club lounge where DJs Gregor Salto, Erok and Gil Glaze will be helming the decks.

The Pre-Race BBQ is going to set you back $38 (12pm – 6pm) or $98 (6pm – 11pm) while the Tasting Menu will cost you $348++. If you’re only looking to come for the epic after party, the daily cover charge is $148 (11pm – late). However if you’re looking to spend your entire weekend here at CE LA VI you’re in luck as they’re offering 3 day passes at $268!

Make reservations here: [email protected]om; +65 6508 2188

1 Bayfront Ave, SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands, S018971
Contact: 6688 7688

4. Sky Grande Prix

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Held at the Empire, located at the heart of CBD. Empire offers breathtaking views alongside classic signature drinks, champagne and a wide hard liquor collection. Like CE LA VI, Sky Grande Prix is offering a 3 day after party, but unlike CE LA VI Sky Grande Prix is featuring some amazing female DJs, a collaboration with Rev Magazine and a lingerie catwalk to close the festivities on Sunday!

If you’re looking for something different to spice up your afterparty, Sky Grande Prix is the perfect option! Tickets are sold on a One-Day Ticket basis ($108) or Table Packages going from $488 (for 4) to $2,888 (for 12).

Get your tickets here: Sky Grande Prix

Level 45 Singapore Land Tower, 50 Raffles Place, S048623

5. Podium Lounge

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Arguably one of the hottest F1 after parties, the Podium Lounge has always celebrated F1 with a bang! Podium Lounge is returning the Grand Ballroom of the Ritz Carlton after a successful, sold out, celebrity packed event last year.

Situated within the track, the Podium Lounge has VIP balconies that offers breathtaking views of the city.

This year, Podium Lounge has outdone itself, guests will be entertained by E!News presenter Yvette King. Opening the F1 celebrations, Sophie Ellis Baxtor and husband Richard Jones will be performing her chart topping singles on Friday.

Saturday Podium lounge will see Mark Doyle and the Fierce Angle Collective deliver a rousing performance for party-goers. Closing the festivities, Grammy Award winning singer Estelle will be bringing the party to a new high!

If you’re looking to rub shoulders with celebrities and the racing community, Podium Lounge is the place to be!

Pre-sale tickets are $188 and $218 at the door. VIP Tables start at $1,488 (for 4)  to $28,888 (for 25).

For more information: Podium Lounge tickets
Get your tickets here: [email protected]

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Ave, S039799
Contact: 6337 8888

6. 1 – Altitude

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If you want views of the entire circuit, head over to 1-Altitude, where you’ll have a bird’s eye view of the entire Marina Bay Street Circuit. The 3 day event will be spread over 1-Altitude’s 3 floors; Altimate (Level 61), Stellar (Level 62) and 1-Altitude Gallery and Bar (Level 63).

If you’re a huge F1 enthusiasts, good news for you, 1-Altitude is offering up a F1 themed party! Kickstart the celebrations on Friday with the Williams Martini Racing Party or the The Circuit party held in collaboration with whisky label Johnnie Walker.

Saturday, in association with Belvedere, Altimate presents Full Throttle with DJ Kenneth G. If you’re seeking something a bit more artisanal, a Farmer’s Market will be set up throughout the weekend. Featuring more than 20 vendors selling vintage wines and liquors.

It’s $68 for entry to Altimate and $98 for entry to 1-Altitude Gallery and Altimate. There’s a minimum spend of $250++ per person if you want a premium track view at 1-Altitude Gallery.

For enquires and reservations: [email protected]6438 0410

1 Raffles Place (Former OUB Center), S048616

7. Sunshine Nation Block Party

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The Sunshine Nation is no stranger here in Singapore, they have held music festivals at Fort Canning and block parties on the streets of Boat Quay. This weekend, they’re pulling out all the stops. The Sunshine Nation is transforming Circular Road into its own street playground!

If you’re not into the F1 racing but still keen on partying hard, Sunshine Nation’s Block Party is a must go! DJ Julien Brochard, Brendon P and Zig Zach will be on the decks spinning tracks, while party-goers take to the streets! Sunshine Nation has also partnered up with O Comptoir, Marco Marco and Gong offering up some international delicacies!

Bestof all? It’s gentle on the wallet. Admission is free!

Get more information here:

So if you’re planning to party hard, rub shoulders with celebrities or planning to keep it laid back. All these Singapore F1 after parties are offering something for everyone!

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Also Read: F1 Singapore 2016 – 7 Concerts That Are Wickedly Good, They’re Better Than The Race!

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