Gardens By The Bay’s Full Garden Rhapsody Light Show Returns On 8 January 2021

Gardens By The Bay’s Full Garden Rhapsody Light Show Returns On 8 January 2021
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Gardens by the Bay’s popular Garden Rhapsody light and sound show will be returning in full from 8 January 2021.

The free light show at Gardens by the Bay’s Supertree Grove took a break last April when the circuit breaker period started. It then returned in September in a different form, with continuously played gentle background music and soft lights between 7 pm to 10 pm each day.


Return of Full Garden Rhapsody Light Show on 8 January 2021

Now that Singapore has entered into Phase 3, Gardens by the Bay will be reinstating the full version of the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show at its original show times of 7.45 p and 8.45 pm.

Each show will last for 15 minutes and features the 12 Supertrees dancing to a musical sound track.


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The musical soundtrack and light display will be changed often and there are 10 shows planned for the whole of 2021.


Garden Waltz in January

Return of Full Garden Rhapsody Light Show on 8 January 2021

For the month of January 2021, visitors will get to experience a light and sound display entitled Garden Waltz. This features an upbeat musical compilation of waltzes from renown composers. The first full Gardens by the Bay special edition light show for 2021 will showcase music such as Frédéric Chopin’s Grande Valse Brilliante, Johann Strauss Junior’s By the Beautiful Blue Danube and Emile Waldteufe’s Skater Waltz.

Even though the full Garden Rhapsody returns, the public is advised to continue to observe safe management measures. Safe Distancing Ambassadors and security officers will be on site to make sure people keeping a safe distance from each other and not congregating in large groups.


Hope for a New Year

Gardens by the Bay Senior Director of Programming and Events Chua Yen Ling said, “Singapore has come through a difficult 2020, and we hope this new year will be a better one for everyone. For the first full version of Gardens Rhapsody at Gardens by the Bay, we chose a particularly rousing soundtrack which we hope will uplift the spirit. Garden Rhapsody is free for all, and with safety measures in place, we hope our visitors will not only enjoy the show, but also receive a boost to morale as they immerse themselves in the magical atmosphere of our magnificent Supertrees.”


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