10 Worth-Attending Events in Singapore in March 2018

  • 10 Worth-Attending Events in Singapore in March 2018

It’s going to be one eventful month in Singapore this March with a full calendar of activities for everyone!

Dial down the rising heat in the Merlion City with the Disney on Ice’s 25th anniversary celebration. Peppa Pig is also coming to entertain the young and old while the American Ballet Theatre will perform the beloved classic, Swan Lake. Don’t miss the amazing i Light Marina Bay light show which will run from 9th March up to 1st April.

Read on for more information on what’s going on in Singapore this March 2018.

1.
Singapore World Water Day Roadshow
Community Events
For water savers to enjoy the exclusive SWWD premium
Singapore World Water Day Roadshow

March 22nd is World Water Day! This date was designated by the United Nations to raise awareness on the importance of water.

In Singapore, World Water Day is celebrated throughout the month of March. A series of roadshows will be held in various locations around Singapore. If you are a water saver, just go to any roadshow location and bring your Singapore Power bill to receive an exclusive Singapore World Water Day premium.

2.
Supermom Baby Fair 2018
Expo
For parents to get the best deals on maternity and baby products
Supermom Baby Fair 2018

Supermom Baby Fair is dubbed as Asia’s biggest baby fair. The fair will feature over 150,000 brands and products with 90,000 expected visitors. Parents and expectant couples can enjoy up to 90% off on maternity and baby products!

The fair is organized by Supermom, the largest parenting movement in Singapore.

3.
Run for Light 2018
Sports and Fitness
For runners and fitness enthusiasts
Run for Light 2018
  • Date
    March 03, 2018
  • Time
    17:00 – 22:00
  • Location
    Punggol Waterway (Punggol Town Square)
  • Admission
    S$38 – S$108
  • Event website

Run for a worthy cause by joining Run for Light 2018! This running event encourages individuals to be a guiding light in the community. Its chosen beneficiary is Guide Dogs Singapore, an organization that helps enable the visually impaired.

Aside from the 10-km and 5-km run, the event also includes a blindfold walk where one team member leads a blindfolded partner as they walk through the 1-km course.

4.
Garden Beats Festival 2018
Festival
For music lovers & fun seekers
Garden Beats Festival 2018
  • Date
    March 03, 2018
  • Time
    13:00 – 22:30
  • Location
    Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park
  • Admission
    Regular: S$105; Door sale: S$125
  • Event website

Garden Beats is an electronic picnic festival that offers a multi-sensory experience of music, food, and fun games. The main stage is where you can dance all the day to the mixes by international and local DJ’s like Youngr Live, Pomo Live, andhim, Hernandez Bros, and .gif.

If you feel hungry, head to the culinary fields where you can find pop-up stalls of Singapore’s hippest restaurants. Let out your inner child and have some fun through a quick game of lawn bowling or croquet at the play fields.

5.
Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig’s Celebration
Kids & Family Entertainment
For the kids, families, and the young at heart
Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig’s Celebration Image: Vizpro
  • Date
    March 09, 2018 - March 11, 2018
  • Time
    Friday – 18:00; Saturday – 11:00, 14:30 & 17:30; Sunday 11:00 & 14:30
  • Location
    MES Theatre at Mediacorp
  • Admission
    VIP - S$138, Standard - S$58, S$78, S$98, S$118
  • Event website

Peppa Pig is coming to Singapore this March! This live musical show offers guaranteed fun for kids with songs, games, and surprises. VIP ticket holders get to meet Peppa Pig & friends for a photo opportunity after the show.

6.
i Light Marina Bay 2018
Festival
For people of all ages to admire the light art installation
i Light Marina Bay 2018

Be dazzled with this year’s i Light Marina Bay! This amazing lights show is considered as Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival with 22 light art installations by local and international artists. The event aims to promote sustainable habits in daily living. There are also fringe activities for festival goers to enjoy. Admission is free!

7.
I Love 90s Concert
Concert
For music lovers to enjoy the best of 90s songs
I Love 90s Concert

The title says it all! Enjoy 90s music with the decade’s hot acts, 911, 5ive, and S Club. Expect a fun night of dancing and nostalgia with one whole generation! It’s surely going to be a big 90s party!

8.
Disney on Ice
Kids & Family Entertainment
For all of us. Yes! Who doesn't love Micky Mouse & Disney princesses?
Disney on Ice
  • Date
    March 14, 2018 - March 18, 2018
  • Time
    14 &15 March: 19:00
    16 March: 15:00 & 19:00
    17 & 18 March: 10:30, 14:30 & 18:30
  • Location
    Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • Admission
    Magical Moment Package - S$200
    Rinkside - S$120
    VIP - S$95
    CAT 1 - S$65
    CAT 2 - S$45
    CAT 3 - S$25
  • Event website

Disney on Ice celebrates its 25th anniversary in Singapore! Over 50 characters will provide the Disney magic headed by Mickey Mouse himself! Joining Mickey are Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck, and the Disney princesses. Frozen’s Anna, Elsa, and Olaf round out the cast for one big fairy-tale extravaganza!

9.
Swan Lake
Theatre
For American Ballet Theatre lovers
Swan Lake

Witness one of the world’s most beloved ballets in Singapore this March! The production will be presented by the American Ballet Theatre with accompaniment by the Singapore Lyric Opera Orchestra. Don’t miss this timeless classic that is set against the mesmerizing music by Tchaikovsky!

10.
True Colours Festival
Festival
For families & friends looking for a fun playground
True Colours Festival
  • Date
    March 23, 2018 - March 25, 2018
  • Time
    23 March: 20:00; 24 & 25 March: 18:00
  • Location
    Festival Village - OCBC Square
    Concert - Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • Admission
    Festival – Free; Concert - S$30
  • Event website

Show your support for artists with disabilities at the True Colours Festival in Singapore! Everyone is welcome to visit the festival grounds at the OCBC Square to enjoy food, drinks, film screenings, and interactive experience.

The festival is highlighted with a 3-night concert that gathers the world’s most incredible performing artists with disabilities. The amazing line-up includes Australian jazz crooner Tony Dee, violinist Adrian Anantawan from Canada, Malaysian rock group Caliph Buskers, international street dance crew ILL-Abilities, Singaporean pianist Dr Azariah Tan, celebrated ballet dancers Ma Li & Zhai Xiaowei from China, and France’s Got Talent 2016 second runner up Aliénette Coldfire from the Philippines.

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