1. Rasa Fiesta Singapura
Till July 15
Rum aficionados, Destination Beverage has brought the Rasa Fiesta Singapura celebration to Jiak Chuan Road, to celebrate the Caribbean, South American and Filipino culture and lifestyle. And of course, to celebrate rum. Sugarhall, Vasco, Potato Head and Lime House are a few of the bars participating in this fiesta, serving Sailor Jerry, Appleton Estate, Don Papa, Abuelo and Saint James Rum.
2. Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza
July 12-Aug 20
Returning to Singapore with a new production – Kooza, a performance on the art of clowning – Cirque du Soleil will be transforming Bayfront Avenue into an arena of mesmerising acrobatic acts, uproarious antics and a live fusion of jazz, funk and Bollywood music. This spellbinding performance and narrative will present an adventure of self-discovery.
3. The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey
Focusing on the power of women with the legend of Meng Jiang Nu, one of China’s four great folktales, in The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey. Held at the National Library Building’s Drama Centre Theatre, this musical adaptation by Singaporean playwright, Jean Tay, will feature Na-Young Jeon from London’s West End and Singapore’s very own singing sensation Nathan Hartono.
4. Singapore Food Festival
Food lovers, The Singapore Food Festival is back once more. This time, with the increasing number of local chef and Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore, this year’s festival promises to be a run for your money and tummy. The event will be a harmonious combination of local culture, spirited tradition, contemporary dining and live music. Don’t miss out on the cooking classes, cultural tours and workshops that lets you take Singapore’s time-honoured recipes home with you.
5. International Championship Cup
July 25, 27, 29
Sure to entice football fans – more so if you’re a fan of Chelsea FC, FC Bayern or FC Internazionale – the International Championship Cup will bring these European teams to our shores for a three-day event, to be held at the National Stadium. The first day will see Bayern first take on Chelsea then Internazionale on the 27th, before Chelsea and Internazionale battle it out on the 29th.
6. Piece of Peace World Tour 2017
July 27-Sept 3
Bringing awareness to World Heritage sites, the Piece of Peace World Tour 2017 exhibition will be coming to Singapore, the first ASEAN country to host this world tour. Offering activities for all ages, a spectacle of world heritage sites built using LEGO bricks will be on display. If you’re bringing your little ones, remember to visit the BuildAmazingSG zone where your kids can explore and create LEGO art.
7. Singtel-Singapore Cancer Society Race Against Cancer 2017
Give back to society at the Singtel-Singapore Cancer Society Race Against Cancer 2017. Organised by the Singapore Cancer Society, the event hopes to raise funds for cancer treatment subsidies, welfare assistance, cancer rehabilitation and help drive programmes such as the SCS Help the Children and Youth Programme.