Singapore’s 2015 calendar of events

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January 24: Laneway Music Festival at The Meadows at Gardens by the Bay (Featuring a mix of Singaporean and international acts, the music festival into its eleventh year will have its strongest line-up to date)

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February 27 to 28: Chingay Parade at the F1 Pit Building (To be presented by 11,000 beautiful, multi-cultural performers, the parade promises to be the grandest ever specially choreographed to celebrate SG 50 with the theme “We Love Singapore” and “Dreams and Hope Singapore.”)

March 7 to 14: Singapore Cocktail Week at various participating bars (The week-long inaugural event marks the rise the cocktail culture in the country.)

April 8 to 12: World Street Food Congress at the open green field across Parco Bugis (Presents events like Food Awards, Food Jamboree and Food Dialogue.)

May: Pinacotheque Paris, the largest private art museum in Paris, will open its first venue outside of Europe in Singapore.

June 5 to 16: 28th South East Asian Games at Singapore Sports Hub (SEAG returns to Singapore after 22 years of hiatus.)

July: Singapore Food Festival (Into its 21st year, the festival is a fixture in the culinary calendars worldwide.)

August 9: SG 50 National Day Parade at The Padang (A stunning spectacle of military parades, multi-cultural song and dance performances, and breathtaking firework extravaganza set against the stunning cityscape.)

September 18 to 20: Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit (Watch out for the full-throttle race, the first to be held at night and the first street race in Asia.)

October: BNP Paribas Women’s Tennis Association Finals at Singapore Sports Hub (The finale is the highlight of the women’s tennis season.)

November: ‘Singapore: Inside Out’ (The culmination of a travelling showcase of the nation’s contemporary creative talents.)

December: ZoukOut 2015 at Zouk Club (The world’s only sunrise beach festival.)

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