Fort Canning Green comes to life with festive music and melodies from 19 to 22 December 2019, 4 pm to 10 pm, with Christmas at the Fort. The festival of music and light features local music talents, fringe activities and mass carolling sessions to celebrate the spirit of Christmas.
Here are some highlights of Christmas at the Fort.
The opening night of Christmas at the Fort featured local singer-songwriter Charlie Lim. Other headlining acts over the next few days include Haneri (formerly known as Daphne Khoo, 20 Dec), Olivia Ong (21 Dec) and jazz vocalist Joanna Dong (22 Dec). These artistes will come on stage from 8 pm to 8.45 pm on the respective evenings.
Besides the headliners, other performers taking to the stage include Sam Driscoll, Bishan North Horn Club and The Jingle Belles.
Buy some grub from one of the stalls set up at Christmas at the Fort and settle down to enjoy it along with the musical performances. It is a chance to chill out and unwind as the sun goes down.
Need to do some last-minute Christmas shopping? Check out products from vendors like Arty8 Gallery, Bamboo Straw Girl, Grateful Dress and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Federation (Singapore) at the Christmas Eco-Market.
Bouncy Castle and Other Fringe Activities
Kids can bounce away at an inflatable castle. Other kid-friendly activities include face painting and shrink art. Popcorn and kachang putih are always welcomed snacks too! What’s more, there is a big screen just beside the bouncy castle – which means that parents can still enjoy the stage performances while keeping an eye on the kids.
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At 9 pm, watch a music and multimedia showcase by Brian Gothong Tan and join in a mass carolling session to get into the festive spirit.
Christmas at the Fort is organised by Wesley Methodist Church and co-organised by The RICE Company Limited. Admission is free and open to all. Get more details here.
Christmas at the Fort
Where: Fort Canning Green
When: 19 to 22 Dec, 4 pm to 10 pm
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