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Singapore River Festival returns on 4th and 5th November with a River Connections theme to celebrate the vibrant culture and lifestyle along Singapore River precinct. The Festival will host a variety of performances and activities across Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Robertson Quay. It's suitable for all ages.
For the first time ever, a tightrope will be extended across the river for Crossings by Underclouds Cie who will have its maiden performance in Asia. This headline act blends tightrope acrobatics, dazzling choreography, music effects and multimedia projections, exploring the extraordinary theme of connections in all our ordinary lives. There'll be two shows each night at 8pm and 9.30pm above the river channel.
Festival-goers will have opportunities to try Silent Disco by Silent Disco Asia for free. It's limited to 200 headsets for each session on both days between 8.30pm to 12.30am at Clarke Quay Fountain Square.
Spend a great time at Circular Road, Boat Quay with arts, music, play and roving activities on 5th November from 3pm to 10pm. Circular Spectacular is a street festival on Circular Road programmed by creative non-profit Hyphen.
Flex creates an interactive and site-specific sound-triggered light art installation. Watch also the main stage visuals by Mike Mystery from 6pm onward.
Ireson blends tradition with contemporary styles by exploring Afro-Latin rhythms and Mexican folklore. Lion Steppaz Sound, the first local handmade reggae sound system, will bring you street vibes. Be entertained by Wobology, Masia One & The Reggae Remedy, and Flame of the Forest.
Channel your inner child with a special marionette performance by Frankie Malachi's Puppet World. If you are keen to join Puppet Making Workshop, please sign up here.
The Barter Market lives up to its name where any transaction is exchanged for goods and services. SKL0 will paint her largest 'My Grandfather Road'. Look out also for Sideshow Takeover!
Justin Shoulder (Australia) will perform using his body and craft to forge connections between queer, migrant, spiritual and intercultural experiences. And shake to the beats of Ritmo do Brasil with the ever sensual and charismatic Samba dancers by Bantus Capoeira Singapore.
Popular local film 7 Letters will be screened at Quayside Cinema. Bring your own mat and watch it for free. Fitness Workshops by the River offers festival-goers exciting fitness workshops at Robertson Quay. Feel free to join Kids Yoga, Barre Bootcamp and Pound Workshop on 5th November from 4pm to 7pm!
Open-air movie screening at Quayside Cinema on 5th November 2016 from 8.30 to 10.30pm
Be wowed by Riverfront Carnival at Clarke Quay Central on 5th November from 6pm to 9pm. Enjoy a bubble performance and catch circus-themed roving performances. Catch Strings on Fire at Clarke Quay Central at 7pm and 9pm.
Singapore River (SR) Signatures will feature 21 winning dishes selected by four local celebrity chefs, Anthony Yeoh, Bjorn Shen, Cheryl Koh and Nixon Low. Some restaurants offer special promotions during the festival. Get an update from SRF Facebook Page.