The night lives on for Singapore’s party animals, and the city’s hottest clubs and bars are never short of the best parties. From cracking themed soirées to massive EDM festivals, there are loads of live DJ sets to fill your dance quota. It’s time to book your party schedule with these upcoming late-night shindigs.
Do us a favour, and head down to Zouk for some late-night partying. See the nightlife hotspot transform into an illuminated cave of tech-house and hip-hop-influenced trap music as edgy DJ-producer Party Favor takes over the decks for one night only. Known for club bangers like Bap U, Booty Loose and Baddest Things, expect a bass, trap and hip-hop set that gets your blood pumping for a power move on the dancefloor.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to catch trance veteran Solarstone spinning track after track of revered club classics such as The Calling, Seven Cities, Solarcoaster and Like A Waterfall at Zouk. The ultimate raver's latest 11-minute release A State of Mind solidifies his legacy as a trance legend, so missing out on his ridiculously exhilarating shows, as well as the #PureTrance movement, would result in a serious case of FOMO.
Mark your calendar – the man behind atmospheric dance hits like Shivers (featuring JP Cooper), Holding Back (featuring Gallant) and Aura (featuring J Warner) is about to serve up plenty of chill-out vibes, groovy basslines, and warmly-laced mellow sounds, along with his latest lush release Dusk. The British electronic producer burst into the scene when he remixed Jessie Ware's You & I (Forever) which not only caught the attention of her label PMR Records, but also electronic duo Disclosure. And here he is, catching our attention with his Singapore show announcement.
Started 18 years ago in Amsterdam, Sensation is more than just your average dance party. Dubbed as the 'world's leading dance event', the music festival treats revellers to a celebration of the senses through high-octane electronic music, a spectacular laser light show and jaw-dropping pyrotechnic and acrobatic performances. After travelling across the globe and making appearances in various cities like Mexico City and Jakarta, the music festival finally heads its way to our shores for the very first time. Get ready to immerse yourself in a sea of white – the festival's official dress code – and party alongside the biggest DJ acts in the world. Although the headliners for Singapore's show have not been confirmed, other cities have seen the likes of heavyweight music producers Dash Berlin, Quintino and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano helming the decks – so we have a pretty strong inkling that the lineup's going to be quite impressive.
Known for its glitzy soirées where celebrities, supermodels and F1 drivers get all glammed up, the Podium Lounge is throwing an exclusive, star-studded after-party to mark its 10th year anniversary. This year’s stellar roster features the very first Boyzlife performance featuring Boyzone's Keith Duffy and Westlife's Brian McFadden, a special guest DJ set by Good Charlotte's Joel Madden, and a celebratory race night show by Black Eyed Peas' Taboo. And what's a Podium Lounge after-party without all the fashion and art shebang?
Put on your best jammies and get ready for an epic pillow fight at Bang Bang. Celebrating its fourth anniversary, the nightclub is throwing an electrifying pyjama party like no other – think wild pillow fights, balloon drops and exciting multi-sensory live performances that will turn the heat up from zero to 100 real quick. Making a cheeky cameo this time round in none other than the club's iconic bear mascot Champ.
Party like a true blue Singaporean this National Day at the city's hottest rooftop club Cé La Vi. Kicking off from noon, the red and white-themed event features a plethora of Singapore-style BBQ grub to tuck into, along with interactive, throwback games and activities for all ages, so bring the whole fam down (or rather, up). The birthday bash is also set to the groovy beats of Afro-Latin, as well as house and nu disco tunes to keep the party rolling. But don't leave the rooftop venue just yet – stay to catch the explosive fireworks show from the best seats in the house.