This October and November, gear up for Singapore River Festival 2018 (SRF) as it kicks off its fourth edition that’s bound to be bigger and better.

Instead of just a weekend, the Singapore River Festival will stretch over a month this time, so visitors can enjoy the street bazaar, live performances as well as an aerial kite show.

singapore river festival 2018
Image Credit: Singapore River Facebook

Your River, Your Vibe

Happening from 16 October to 11 November 2018 across all three quays – Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Boat Quay, SRF is bringing a larger dose of local goodness, with an exciting line-up of locally themed performances and activities.

Here are some of the events you can’t miss at the Singapore River Festival 2018:

1. LAH Bazaar

Kicking off the festival is LAH Bazaar – Singapore’s first ever riverside e-payment driven outdoor market.

Singapore River Festival 2018
Image Credit: Singapore River Festival

LAH stands for “Local At Heart” or colloquially, “Long Zong Also Have” to reflect the heartland personality of the Bazaar.

Open throughout the festival period, on Tuesdays to Sundays, the outdoor marketplace boasts over 100 vendors and and activities selling all things uniquely Singaporean.

Feeling hungry? Take your pick from their range of F&B stalls. Choose from local favourites such as Ramly burger – perfect for any time of the day or the famous Taiwanese style blow torched beef cubes from Beef Bro SG.

Go cashless at this event as payment can be made with your EZ-Link cards! EZ-Link cards are available for purchase on-site, and cash top ups can be made via on-site top up stations.

Alternatively, you can top-up your cards via the EZ-Link mobile application and earn 8x Linkpoint when you tap and pay with your EZ-Link.

LAH Bazaar
Venue: Across Clarke Quay
Date: 16 October – 11 November 2018
Time: 3pm – 10.30pm

2. SR Day Out

Held at the open field beside Fort Canning MRT, SR Day Out is a family friendly activity area with carnival games, bouncy castles and movie screenings so there’s something for everyone to look forward to.

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Image Credit: Singapore River Facebook

Lay out your picnic mats and gear up for some outdoor fun as it’s a great place to spend time with your families, especially with the LAH Bazaar F&B options just right beside.

Be sure to look out for the Instagram-worthy photo booth projections on the building walls which will make any photographers squeal in delight!

SR Day Out
Venue: Open Field Beside Fort Canning MRT (beside Liang Court)
Date: Movie Screening: 26-27 Oct & 2-3 Nov

3. Sky Aquarium

Watch with awe as the Singapore skyline lights up once again!

The last festival weekend marks the return of the much-loved synchronised LED Kite display by Singaporean kite creators –  GoFlyKite, which debuted at Singapore River Festival 2017.

singapore river festival 2018
Image Credit: Singapore River Facebook

Taking on a marine theme this year, watch as the LED kites drift through the sky elegantly to the music and be sure to whip your cameras out for a super Insta-worthy scene!

Sky Aquarium
Venue: Boat Quay
Date: 2 – 3 November
Time: 7pm – 10pm

4. Riverfront Spectacular

Clarke Quay Central’s iconic promenade becomes the stage for stellar performances by Singaporean talents.

Look out for the jaw-dropping laser acts by Circus in Motion and “modern magic” performed by TK Jiang all against the backdrop of the Singapore River.

singapore river festival 2018
Image Credit: Singapore River Facebook

Mascots and Puppets by Streets of Singapore! and The Annoying Brothers will also add on to the colourful acts that are to come.

Riverfront Spectacular
Venue: Clarke Quay Central
Date: 26-27 Oct & 2-3 Nov
Time: Fri: 6-10pm, Sat: 3-10pm

5. Master Brain at Singapore River Festival

Put your general knowledge to the test at Master Brain at Singapore River Festival. Pit yourself to a trivia game that will test both your memory and wits!

Held in partnership with live streaming platform BeLive, they are bringing the platform’s popular online streaming game – Master Brain, to the banks of Robertson Quay.

To play, you simply need to download the BeLive application on your mobile device and get ready to be tested on topics ranging from general knowledge, pop culture and local history across ten trivia rounds.

Image Credit: BeLive

From 26 – 27 October and 2 – 3 November 2018, each festival day will consist of 2 sessions of Master Brain games (7.00pm & 9.00pm). The Master Brain grand finales will be held on 3

November and participants can stand a chance to win a whopping $10,000 cash prize!

Here’s how you can stand a better chance at winning:

1. Look out for the Bonus Question. 1 out of 10 questions will be released at Robertson Walk earlier in the day so participants will have ample of time to search for the answer.

2. Invite a friend to earn an Extra Revive. This gives you an advantage to continue playing whenever you get a question wrong

3. Keep your eyes peeled for Hint Cards that will be given at site as a form of incentive.

Image Credit: BeLive

4. Alternatively, you can read our previous article on hacks to help you survive all 10 rounds of Master Brain!

BeLive Master Brain
Venue: Robertson Walk
Time: 7.00pm & 9.00pm
Date:  26 – 27 Oct & 2 – 3 Nov
Website

The Singapore River Festival is back with more lights and riverside fun!

Head on down to the festival with your friends and family to explore the plethora of activities and events that will be happening this October and November.

Singapore River Festival 2018
When: 16 October – 11 November 2018
Where: Singapore River, across Boat, Clarke and Robertson Quay
Website

(Header Image Source: Singapore River)

 
 
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