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Festival season is here.

Discover exciting art and performance events in the month of July and August 2019 in Singapore. Bring your friends and family, immerse yourself in the festival of music and art.

 

1. Aladdin the Musical

Aladdin the Musical at Marina Bay Sands - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credit: Marina Bay Sands

Get ready to sing and dance with the Genie, ride across the lands on a magic carpet ride, and witness one of the most iconic romantic pursuits in Disneyverse. Aladdin returns to Singapore as a musical from 21 July to 1 September 2019. It’ll feature songs from the original soundtrack, including A Whole New World, and Arabian Nights, Prince Ali and more.

Price: From $68

Date: 21 July to 1 Sept 2019

Time:

Sun, 21 Jul - Sun, 1 Sep 2019

Tue - Fri: 7.30pm
Sat: 2pm & 7.30pm
Sun: 1pm & 6.30pm

Reserve tickets here

 

2. Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture

Guo Pei Chinese Art and Couture - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credits: SISTIC

Remember the iconic omelette dress worn by Rihanna during 2015’s Met Gala? Find out more about the creative process behind the cape and view other contemporary embroidered works by the artist, Guo Pei, in the exhibition Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture. The exhibition will be held in Singapore’s Asian Civilisations Museum from 15 June to 15 September.

Price: $12 for Singaporeans & Permanent Residents | $20 for Foreign Residents & Tourists

Date: 15 June to 15 Sept 2019

Time: Sat – Thu 10.00 - 7.00 PM | Fri 10.00 - 9.00 PM

More details here

 

3. Eat Duck

Eat Duck at Checkpoint Theatre - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

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Funerals are more often a reflection of the ones left behind than the ones who have left. Playwright Zenda Tan and director Claire Wong attempts to explore complicated familial themes, including kinship, love and loss through the theatrical reimagination of Singaporean funerals in “Eat Duck”.

*Get 10% discount

Price: $45 standard fare

Date: 29 August to 8 September 2019

Time: Thu – Sat: 8PM | Sat – Sun: 3PM

Venue: SOTA Studio Theatre

Buy tickets here

 

4. Singapore Night Festival 2019

Singapore Night Festival is back! Held along the streets of Bras Basah to Bugis, expect an exciting line-up of performances, including the internationally renown Fuerza Bruta, an interactive show which allows you to be part of the performance. General entry for the festival is free.

Stay tuned to Singapore Night Festival’s facebook page for more updates on this year’s line-up.

 

5. Rupaul’s Drag Race’s Alaska 5000 Live in Singapore

Fans of Rupaul’s Drag Race may remember the sassy and fierce Alaska 5000 from All-stars season 2. Get a chance to catch her live in Singapore on 27 August 2019! Tickets start from $98.

Price: from $98

Date: 27 August 2019

Time: 8PM

Buy tickets here

 

6. Aliwal Arts Night Crawl

Aliwal Arts Night Crawl Singapore 2019 - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credit: Aliwal Arts Centre

Get a detailed heritage and cultural tour of the Kampong Glam district, watch a vibrant cultural performance featuring different types of Malay drums and percussion instruments, or “adopt” your very own DIY mini cat figurine for $15 at the seventh run of Aliwal Arts Night Crawl. 

Price: Free Admission

Date: 13 July 2019

Time: 1PM – 10PM

More event details here

 

7. G-Session: Gochella Music Festival 2019

G-Session- Gochella Music Festival Singapore 2019 - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credit: Glochella Facebook 

Join in the party at Gochella, a one-day festival which combines fashion, arts and music in one cultural hotpot. Bounce to mixed tunes by DJ KiDG and get a tattoo from local tattoo artist Samuel Yar (@of.gods.and.monsters)

Price: Free

Date: 10 July 2019

Time: 7PM till late

*Valid for 18 and above only

More details here

 

8. M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play

Singapore’s long-standing bilingual theatre, The Theatre Practice, presents a slew of impressive productions, events, and workshops in M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play. Here are some of the highlights.

M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credit: Practice Theatre SG

C o o p – an experiential installation which consists lego-like malleable wooden structures that can be shifted around based on the user’s exploration and imagination.

Price: Free

Date: From July onwards

Venue: The Theatre Practice

 

Farm Artist- A Theatre Festival of Artful Play - Art and Performance Singapore - SENIIKU Art Market

Image credit: Practice Theatre SG

Artist Farm – a 3-day workshop for budding and experienced artists to engage and exchange ideas, innovations, and skills to build a meaningful collaborative project together.

Price: $30 for 3-day ticket | $18 for 1-day ticket

Date: 30 August to 1 September 2019

Time: Fri to Sat – 8PM | Sun – 3PM

Detailed programme schedule here

 

9. IGNITE! Music Festival 2019

Avid supporters of local music would be pleased to know that IGNITE! Music Festival is returning to Republic Polytechnic once more with old and new artists rocking out on stage.

 

The line-up this year includes familiar hip-hop act ShiGGa Shay and upcoming indie band Astronauts.

Check out the event’s social media pages for more details on the event.

Price: Free

Date: 26 to 27 July 2019

Time: 5PM onwards

Event details here

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