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The best things to do in September 2022

September is all about Mid-Autumn Festival, the F1 Grand Prix, concerts and various cultural events

Written by
Time Out Singapore editors
Cheryl Sekkappan
Izza Sofia

September in Singapore has become synonymous with the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. Look forward to the electrifying race and international acts like Green Day, Black Eyed Peas and Suede onstage. Fill your tank with mooncakes and light the lanterns too, as Mid-Autumn Festival is also observed this month. EDM fans can look forward to Alan Walker helming the decks at Marina Bay Sands Expo, or sing along to greatest hits by The Script. There's plenty of online and offline events to occupy this month's schedule – so pick what’s best for you!

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EDM fans listen up, British-Norwegian DJ Alan Walker will be coming to Singapore for a concert this September 9. Singapore will be the first stop of the DJ’s WalkerVerse global tour which will be held at Marina Bay Sands Expo. Fans will be taken on an immersive journey to “uncover a new side of the dance music pioneer” at the event. Tickets are available via Marina Bay Sands’ website as well as Sistic.

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The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is making a comeback this year. The F1 night race was on hiatus for two years but is now back on track at the Marina Bay Street Circuit from September 30 to October 2 – and along with the exciting race is a slew of musical acts and entertainment that will light up the city for three nights.

The final line-up is set to include more than 75 performances over the three-day event that will happen across eight stages in the Circuit Park. Official acts you can look forward to this year include pop-punk act Green Day, boyband Westlife and Grammy-nominated masked electronic act, Marshmello. Stay tuned for more announcements on the line-up and head to for tickets.

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It's F1 season! Not everyone can be an F1 racer, but there's nothing stopping you from getting into the driver's seat yourself at the Karting Arena @ Jurong. This second venue (the first being at Bukit Timah) boasts a new 700 metre track with 11 technical runs to master. Power down the track at speeds of up to 30 km/h or 50 km/h (with a valid drivers' license) in the Karting Arena's new fleet of BirelArt petroleum-powered go-karts. Grab your friends and head down to the races. 

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