• Civic District Programming

    Various locations 31 Dec 2016, 4pm - 12am

    Refer to map for details of the activities taking place in the Civic District on New Year’s Eve.

  • HPB Fitness Countdown Workout Extravaganza

    St Andrew’s Rd (Outside National Gallery Singapore) 31 Dec 2016, 9pm - 12am (Registration starts at 8pm)

    End the year with a memorable workout that guarantees a night of fun for everyone! Join in the party with your families and friends for an extraordinary night out and count down to 2017 with a stunning fireworks display! National Steps ChallengeTM Season 2 Participants are also invited to join the party to clock their 10K step target & win attractive prizes*!

    All participants are also entitled to free 100-Plus beverages and limited edition fitness party packs*!  Hurry and sign up with your family & friends now!

    Programme Highlights

    9pm – 10pm
    Firedance Performance
    Glow Dance Fitness Workout and K-Kardio Dance

    10pm – 12am
    Zumba Fitness Party Countdown

    *Terms & conditions apply. While stocks last.

  • Countdown Market

    Connaught Drive 31 Dec 2016, 4pm - 12am

    Maker’s Market and Unearthed Productions presents “Countdown Market”, supported by Fleawhere and Megafash.

    What better way to kick start your New Year with street food, artisan shopping and fireworks-watching! You will be spoiled for choice with over 80 local craftsmen and food stalls!

  • Movie Screenings

    Empress Lawn & Esplanade Park 31 Dec 2016, 7.45pm to 12am

    Presenting back to back movies under the stars! Camp out with us to enjoy a variety of films on an 8-metre giant inflatable screen and the dazzling fireworks to end the night!

    Empress Lawn
    7.45pm: Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
    9.25pm: X-Men: Days of Future Past

    Esplanade Park
    7.45pm: Kung Fu Panda 3
    9.25pm: The Magnificent Seven

  • Family Fun Zone @ Esplanade Park

    Esplanade Park 31 Dec 2016, 4pm – 8pm

    The signature Families for Life (FFL) mobile café will be at the Esplanade Park with complimentary snacks and drinks! Have loads of family fun with our ever popular FFL bouncy castles as well as the Lego family activity booth! If you don’t have a picnic mat, follow a few simple steps, sign up for our e-newsletter onsite to redeem a FREE picnic mat, while stocks last!

  • Music @ Empress

    Empress Lawn 31 Dec 2016, 6pm - 7.30pm

    Music lovers can catch the inaugural edition of Music@Empress, the National Arts Council’s latest free outdoor concert series at Empress Lawn this New Year’s Eve! Spend the last evening of the year amidst the beautiful heritage sites in the Civic District, relaxing to live music from home-grown artists. Don’t miss Singapore’s favourite a capella group, Vocaluptuous, pop rock and party tunes by The Common People, and post-acoustic covers and originals by the HubbaBubbas.

  • GET READY for 2017 with Yoga Seeds

    The Padang (Singapore Recreation Club) 31 Dec 2016, 5:30pm - 7:30pm

    What better way to end the year than to renew your sense of strength, energy, clarity and focus? Let this specially designed 90-min Sunset Yoga Flow help you let go of the past, ground and motivate you in taking on new challenges physically, mentally and emotionally in 2017!

    Let’s emerge from the festive slump and open ourselves up to the vastness within, making space for new experiences in 2017!

    Book your free tickets now at https://getreadyfor2017withyogaseeds.eventbrite.sg
    For enquiries, email recharge@yogaseeds.com.sg or WhatsApp/SMS (65) 8322 1251.

  • Museums & Galleries

    National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall Extended opening hours until 12am

    Head down to the National Gallery to enjoy late night bites and drinks at Gallery & Co and Owl Café; and extended hours at the Iskandar Jalil: Kebara Tanah Liat (Clay Travels) exhibition, to trace the journeys and diverse cultural sources that has shaped the career of the leading Singapore ceramicist and Cultural Medallion recipient.

    Over at the Asian Civilisations Museum, explore stories of port cities in Asia through costumes, paintings, photographs, jewellery; and see ancient treasures from Myanmar on show for the first time ever in Singapore. In addition, be entertained by performances at the Shaw Foyer. Free admission.