Away from the track, Singapore is hosting several exclusive and happening F1 parties during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend to dance the night away.
Following the sold-out success of Amber Lounge’s Monaco F1 weekend events in May this year, for its relaunch in Singapore, the ultra-luxe post-race event will be held within the iconic waterfront jewel of the Fullerton Heritage precinct, unveiling its grand and luxurious new home at The Fullerton Bay Hotel’s, The Clifford Pier.
For this year’s highly anticipated return to Singapore, the Saturday opening night on 1 October is set to sizzle with a live performance headlined by acclaimed DJ and electronic music producer, Oliver Heldens. Guests can expect a spectacular Sunday night on 2 October with Swedish singer-songwriter John Martin best known for his collaborations with Swedish House Mafia, and the lead vocalist on their international super chart-topping hits Don’t You Worry Child and Save The World. Martins will perform alongside music partner Michel Zitron, renowned as a record producer and singer-songwriter.
Sunday night also features Fatman Scoop, an American rapper, DJ, promoter and radio personality famed for collaborating with Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Pitbull, and Skrillex.
The most expensive suite is the Noir Suite, which comes with a hefty price tag of over S$100,000 and offers up Perrier Jouet champagne and Belvedere vodka, along with special presentations of Royal Salute whisky 21, Codigo 1530’s newly launched Sherry Cask Anejo tequila, The Orientalist’s Gunpowder Gin and exquisite Nomad Caviar.
After a two-year hiatus from the Singapore Grand Prix, music is set to make a major comeback with the inaugural ‘Mandala Weekender’ held at the iconic Marina Bay Sands from 30 September to 2 October. Private members club, Mandala Club, in collaboration with Marina Bay Sands, will be taking over Hall C at Sands Expo and Convention Centre to create a world-class race viewing and party experience for members, VIPs and the public.
Held over three nights, international artists Rae Sremmurd and Kelis (Friday), Armand van Helden and Louie Vega with Anané (Saturday), and Basement Jaxx and Rudimental (Sunday) will perform for up to 2,000 people each night with ticket prices starting at S$118 (plus booking fee) for general admission, and S$5,000 for VIP tables. Doors open to the mega-party from 10.30pm, and guests will be given the full Mandala hospitality experience until 4.00am each day.
For the ultimate VIP experience, the Mandala Genesis 250 Pass, the Club’s first NFT launching on Thursday 8 September, will offer a glimpse into extraordinary IRL access and benefits, including a rooftop view of the race itself, exclusively for 250 holders.
Tickets go on sale now via: Mandala Weekender at www.mandalaweekender.com
Cé La Vi Presents Grand Prix Cyber Rally 2022
Iconic rooftop destination Cé La Vi is all geared up for her massive comeback with a four-day futuristic race-themed celebration that starts on 28 September. The venue has partnered with a number of guest DJs, including the internationally acclaimed DJ Danny Tenaglia, to headline the live act at the Club Lounge on 1st October.
The all-day DJ line-up includes Malaysia’s veteran DJ Alam and local heavy-weights like Anand, Arsit P, Brendon, Dave Tan, Godwin P, James Selva, Kenneth F, Leonard T, Ramesh K, Shigeki, Suren, Tony Tay, Vinnie Q and Zafirah.
The most expensive VIP table is going for S$20,000 for 20 pax, and guests are encouraged to step out in LED, neon-punk and race-inspired attire for the party.
For more info and ticketing, head to: https://celaviraceweek1oct.peatix.com/
Marquee Singapore 2022 Race Weekend
Marquee Singapore is throwing a stellar party with international DJs Steve Aoki and Afrojack headlining the race weekend. American electro house legend Steve Aoki returns to Marquee to helm the decks on Friday, 30 September, while Dutch DJ and music producer Afrojack will perform on Saturday, 1 October.
Online tickets are priced at S$80 (excluding booking fee) for ladies and S$100 (excluding booking fee) for gentlemen. Expedited entry tickets are also available online at S$250 (excluding booking fee). Limited tickets will be available at the door on the event day. For more updates, visit the website to pre-purchase tickets.
Hotel stays in Singapore during F1 weekend
Now that you've sorted your party plans, don't forget to book your stay in Singapore before rooms run out! (A quick check shows Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza, The Warehouse, The Ritz-Carlton and The Westin Singapore are sold out during that weekend).
Here are a couple of luxe hotels we'd love to crash in after a night (or two) of dancing.
The St. Regis Singapore
Located at the crossroads of the embassy district, Singapore Botanic Gardens and the prime shopping district of Orchard, The St. Regis Singapore is an eminent spot where luxury resides.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
Located in the heart of the city's art and culture district, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is located in downtown City Hall near Marina Bay. It's connected to two MRT stations and close to Clarke Quay, Chinatown and Little India.
Orchard Hotel Singapore
Orchard Hotel Singapore is located conveniently along Singapore’s busiest shopping street, with easy access to the bountiful shopping malls around. On top of that, it's just a short 10-minute walk from Orchard MRT station.
Duxton Reserve Singapore
The award-winning Duxton Reserve, Autograph Collection is perfectly situated in the island's city centre of Tanjong Pagar, and the heart of Chinatown where guests can seek respite from the heat in one of the 49 guestrooms and suites, each designed uniquely, so no two are the same.
Hilton Singapore Orchard
Located in the centre of Orchard Road, Hilton Singapore Orchard offers a prime spot for exploring the city's premium shopping and entertainment district. The hotel is well within walking distance of subway stations with connections to Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and Universal Studios Singapore.