Singapore’s throwing an online birthday bash, and you’re invited.
It’s no doubt this year’s annual national day celebrations are going to be a little different due to Covid, but it doesn’t mean that all the fun is cancelled. In fact, we’re taking the party online!
There are a myriad of different activities all over the island, but here are our top picks for you to celebrate with your family and friends.
For the 5th year in a row, the Singapore Sports Hub brings you its annual National Day Fiesta– but this year, with a twist! The celebration goes virtual this year with a 55-minute show which will be broadcasted on their YouTube channel at 1pm on 9th August. What’s more, the Sports Hub has also created an interactive map, adding another dimension to its multi-faceted experience.
Find out more information here!
As a tribute to Singapore’s birthday, these 10 buildings which represent various parts of the nation’s history, values and heritage will be illuminated in red and white from 23 July 2020 to 30 August 2020. These buildings include; the Armenian Church, Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, Central Fire Station, CHIJMES, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, The Arts House, and Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall (VTVCH). They will be bathed in red and white-themed light projections to symbolise how Singaporeans are #UnitedThroughCulture during this National Day period.
23 July – 30 August 2020
Enjoy the long National Day weekend at Gardens by the Bay with a brand new pocket garden display called “A Tale of Orchids” and attractive ticketing deals to the conservatories, or celebrate in the comfort of your home with a star-studded concert on television and social media, virtual workshops, and special promotions on Gardens by the Bay’s e-shop.
Find out more here!
Celebrate Singapore’s 55th birthday with the National Day Concert hosted by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, featuring various young musicians and trailblazers in composition. The acts also include popular Singaporean singer Benjamin Kheng. You can watch the event via a SISTIC livestream at 8 p.m. on 15 August. Head here for more details and ticketing information.
15 August 2020
By Kirstie-mae Baptist, August 2020