Singapore Festivals 2024

List of all festivals in Singapore in 2024, including cultural festivals, religious festivals, art festivals, celebrations, carnivals and more.

Marine Parade Year End Carnival & Countdown Party 2023 / 2024

Blk 46 Marine Crescent 46 Marine Crescent, Singapore

Marine Parade Year End Carnival & Countdown Party 2023 / 2024 will be held on 31 December 2023 at the hard court beside Blk 46 Marine Crescent. A host of activities from stage performances, live food stations and games await all attendees at this community event. The highlight of the night is none other than the fireworks show that will be set off at midnight.


Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2024

Wan Qing Yuan - Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore

Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2024 (春满人间聚晚晴2024), the annual Chinese New Year celebratory event at Wan Qing Yuan 晚晴园, will be held from 16 January - 25 February 2024. Other than taking photos with life-sized dragon installation at the lawn, a host of ticketed and free activities from dragon & lion dance performances, interaction with God of Fortune, lantern-making workshop, dragon-beard candy making workshop to guided tours await all visitors this festive season.


Dahlia Dreams 2024

Gardens by the Bay 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore, Singapore

Dahlia Dreams 2024 (滨海湾花园大丽花新春花卉2024), the annual floral exhibition held in conjunction with the Chinese New Year, is back at the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay from 19 January - 25 February 2024. Over a thousand dahlias of varied shapes, sizes and colours will be on display, together with a 7-metre tall and 15 metres long dragon that will be partly adorned with cut and preserved flowers.


CNY Family Fun 2024

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore

CNY Family Fun 2024, a series of celebratory activities two weeks before the Chinese New Year, will be held for 3 days from 26 - 28 January 2024 at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC). Visitors can look forward to a cultural quest through both ticketed and free activities such as Chinese opera, traditional Chinese music, lion dance, live busking performances and more at this festival. Other than catching the cultural performances, guests can also shop for new year goodies at the accompanying CNY bazaar and take photos with a dragon-themed art installations at the centre.


Artbox Singapore 2024

Singapore Expo 1 Expo Drive, Singapore, Singapore

Artbox Singapore 2024, the annual pop-up market modelled after the now-defunct Artbox Bangkok, will take place for 2 weekends between 26 January to 4 February 2024 at the Singapore Expo. Themed "Artbox Avenue 2024", visitors will be able to find over 300 stalls of tantalizing street food and artisanal crafts at the 6-day fair. Live music performances, VR & arcade games, hands-on workshops and highly instagrammable artistic décor and structures will also offer patrons a unique shopping and dining experience.


River Hongbao 2024

Gardens by the Bay 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore, Singapore

River Hongbao 2024 (春到河畔 2024), the annual Chinese New Year (CNY) celebrations in the Marina Bay area, will be held from 8 - 17 February 2024 at Gardens by the Bay (GBTB). Apart from taking photos with the giant God of Fortune statue, 140-metre long dragon lantern and various lunar new year lanterns, lightings and decorations, visitors can look forward to nightly stage performances, a local food fair, an exhibition on the history CNY markets in Singapore, and amusement rides at this 10-day CNY carnival.


Marina Bay Dragon Drone Show 2024

Marina Bay

Marina Bay Dragon Drone Show 2024 (The Legend of the Dragon Gate) will take place for 4 nights on 10, 11, 15 & 16 February 2024 in the Marina Bay precinct to celebrate the Chinese New Year (CNY). A fleet of 1500 drones will present the story of the mythical Dragon King in a 10-minute performance, filling the sky with a symphony of lights and music.


Istana Open House 2024 (Chinese New Year)

The Istana The Istana, Orchard Road, Singapore

Istana Open House 2024 Chinese New Year (IOH 2024 CNY) will take place on the 12 February 2024 (CNY Day 3 大年初三) at the presidential residence and office along Orchard Road. On top of multicultural dance and musical performances put together by LASALLE College of the Arts, University of the Arts Singapore, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), Sheng Hong Arts Institute and Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre, visitors will also have the opportunity to catch the symbolic dragon and lion dances that are an integral part of CNY celebrations at this one-day event. Furthermore, an array of engaging activities ranging from Chinese calligraphy, candle-making to guided tours await all attendees. Last but not least, the growling stomachs will find solace in the presence of food trucks, local snacks, and refreshing drinks stalls available throughout the day.


Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts 2024

Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore, Singapore

Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts 2024 (华艺节2024), the annual cultural festival held in conjunction with the Chinese New Year, is back from 16 - 25 February 2024. The 10-day event showcases works of prominent Chinese artists, locally and abroad, through a series workshops, theatre, dances, films, music performances. Highlights of the festival this year include a Cantonese Opera performance by veterans Liza Wang 汪明荃 and Law Ka-ying 罗家英, a concert by Golden Melody award winner 金曲奖 Waa Wei 魏如萱, and a musical performance by Guangdong's indie rock band Wu Tiao Ren 五条人.

Chingay 2024

F1 Pit Building 1 Republic Boulevard, Singapore

Chingay 2024, the 52nd street parade held annually during the Chinese New Year festive period, is back at the F1 Pit Building from 23 - 24 February 2024! Apart from the usual Chingay floats, youths and multicultural street performances in the show, the highlights of this year's event include Singapore's longest-ever (230 metres) interactive floor projection and a PAssionArts Street art exhibition where audiences can take photos, interact and immerse themselves in.


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