For the first time ever, you can experience the traditional Songkran festival right here in Singapore! Known and celebrated as the traditional New Year’s Day in Thailand, Songkran is a festival which often involves throwing of water upon others, signifying a time for cleaning and renewal.
This April, Celebrate Songkran 2014 will give people the opportunity to understand more about Thai traditions, heritage as well as its entertainment culture, and it comes with a twist of international flavor!
There will also be a 2-day H2O music extravaganza set in the evenings, headlined by electro-hop act Far East Movement and will also feature top DJs including the likes of DJ Visionaire, Nam Gyu Ri (popular South Korean Actress), Inquisitive, Celeste Siam, Nicole Chen, as well as hugely popular performing artists from Thailand such as Film Rattapoom, 3.2.1, Four Mod, Faye Fang Kaew (FFK), Neko Jump, Knomjean and Waii, among others, and international acts including Krista K, Viva Starr and Ming Bridges.
Celebrate Songkran 2014
Dates: April 12 & 13, 2014 (Saturday & Sunday)
Venue: Wavehouse @ Sentosa
General Opening Hours: 1PM (12 April) | 11AM (13 April)
General Admission: Free Entry
H2O Music Fest (*Only admits 18 & above)
Ticket Pricings: (Exclude booking fee)
- One-Day General Access Pass: S$35
- Two-Day General Access Pass: S$60
- One-Day VIP Access Pass: S$75
- Two-Day VIP Access Pass: S$140
(VIP pass is entitled access to VIP & General areas and includes 2 drinks for one-day pass/4 drinks for two-day pass)
Tickets are now available for sale at www.celebratesongkran.com.
The Bazaar (FREE ENTRY – all ages)
Take your pick of authentic handicrafts, souvenirs, clothing, pottery, furniture, lamps, books, paintings, arts, plants and much more! It doesn’t stop there; you can also feast on authentic Thai food & dessert. Expect to find other unique products at the Bazaar.
The Carnival (FREE ENTRY – all ages)
Consisting of fun carnival games that people can play to win prizes or simply to have fun! Definitely a haven for the children, and adults alike.
Muaythai Exhibition Tournament (FREE ENTRY – all ages)
Creating an outdoor arena and jointly organized with the Amateur Muaythai Association of Singapore (AMAS), local fighters will showcase their skills featuring a total of 14 male bouts and 1 female bout.