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 in about three weeks (14 – 16 September)!

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 that weekend! Be warned, entry to some of these places do not come cheap!

1. Amber Lounge

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Image Credit: Amber Lounge

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 (15 Sept) with a unique fashion-show, F1 drivers and supermodels donning international labels.

If even that seems tame to you, on Sunday (16 Sept), you’ll get to rub shoulders with international stars and the F1 drivers themselves on the dance floor. Look forward to a night fuelled with iconic live acts, DJ’s and don’t forget, free-flow champagne.

The entertainment and electric atmosphere will keep you partying until the early hours of the morning!

Amber Lounge
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, Temasek Reflections,S039596
Contact No.: +377 9777 1634

2. Sky Grandé Prix

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Image Credit: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Held at the Martini Bar, Grand Hyatt, Singapore’s homegrown Formula 1 extravaganza is back for its 7th year bringing you 5 nights of themed parties from 12th to 16th September.

Kicking off as early as 12 September, is a ladies’ night dedicated to fashion and beauty (complimentary entry for the ladies). Luxurious and affordable fashion jewellery brand, Fervor Montreal, will be showcasing their latest collection.

Booze, of course, isn’t left out of the equation. On 13 September, the party will launch the Dunhill CENTURY fragrance where guests will be able to enjoy cocktails inspired by the scent.

Tickets starts from $48 per person with table bookings available from $488++ for four.

Sky Grande Prix
Address: Martini Bar at Mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
Contact No.: +65 6738 1234

3. The Podium Lounge

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Image Credit: The Podium Lounge

Arguably one of the hottest F1 after parties, The Podium Lounge promises a sensational soiree just as iconic as the night race. Podium Lounge is returning the Grand Ballroom of the Ritz Carlton after a successful, sold out, celebrity packed event last year.

On opening night, Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden from 90s boy bands Boyzone and Westlife will take to the stage to belt out hits such as “Flying Without Wings” and “No Matter What” and share stories of their successful musical journeys.

Live acts include performances by Good Charlotte frontman Joel Madden and Taboo from The Black Eyed Peas. Individual tickets are priced from $188 ($218 at the door) while Ultra VVIP Tables for 20 go for $28,888.

The Podium Lounge
Address: The Grand Ballroom, Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Ave, S039799
Contact No.: 6337 8888

4. CÉ LA VI

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Image Credit: Cé La Vi Singapore

Fasten your seat belts this Grand Prix Season as CÉ LA VI takes you into the future with a full week of exhilarating parties. Soak in the energy of the Formula 1 night race with an unmatched view of the city scape and the roaring racetracks at CÉ LA VI.

Racing enthusiasts and party aficionados are treated to a week-long of indulgent events spanning from exclusive daytime parties to nightly DJ line-ups.

Tickets starts from $38 on 13 September which also includes 1 premium pour. Or get the 3-Day All Access Pass (14-16 September) for $228 which includes a complimentary glass of champagne each day.

Get your tickets here: https://ticketing.igo.events/o/60/ce-la-vi

CÉ LA VI
Address: 1 Bayfront Ave, SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands, S018971
Contact No.:
6688 7688

5. Lulu’s Lounge

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Image Credit: Lulu’s Lounge Facebook

Lulu’s Lounge makes another perfect party venue with it’s decor which resembles a 1960’s New York backstreet club.

Just for the F1 weekend, Lulu Lounge will be hosting a Va Va Vroom Weekend where you’ll get to see two exclusive burlesque performers, The Sugar Dutchess and Fifi Fontaine, from Australia. They’ll be sharing the stage with  other live musicians, drag queens and homegrown DJ crew Matteblacc.

If you’re looking for something different than the usual parties, then this is the perfect spot for you!

Tickets are priced at $35 for the parties on 14 and 15 September, while entry is complimentary on 16 September. Purchase your limited pre-sale tickets at www.lulus.sg.

Lulu’s Lounge
Address: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
Contact No.: 9829 1922

6. Bang Bang

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Image Credit: Bang Bang Facebook

Bang Bang will be kicking off theGrand Prix Formula 1 weekend on Friday, 14th September. They’ll be pulling out all the stops for a weekend of fun and good music as they bring international DJs Agent SMTH and DJ Metro to town.

Dubbed as one of the best DJs to come out of Chicago, Metro kicks the weekend off on Friday, 14 September with his distinct style of music live on the Bang Bang stage. Agent SMTH takes control of the decks on 15 September to bring Bang Bang’s race weekend festivities to a close.

Advanced tickets are priced at $45 for both days which also includes one drink. Purchase your advanced tickets at https://bangbang.peatix.com/

Bang Bang
Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, 039595
Contact No.: 8127 2808

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!

Also Read Jay Chou, Martin Garrix, And Dua Lipa Part Of Singapore Grand Prix 2018’s Headlining Acts

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