Published On: November 16, 2020- Last Updated: February 4, 2024- 3 min read-

List Of Mid Autumn Events

In the blink of an eye, it is time for the annual Mid-Autumn Festival Season in Singapore. This year, due to special circumstances, most of the activities and celebrations will be held online.

While virtual activities might not be the best way to celebrate this traditional Chinese festival, it will be one of the more interesting ways of celebrating history.

Without further ado, we present to you a list of the Mid-Autumn Festival events 2020.

Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2020

Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival and reminisce about the heritage of Chinatown and the history of Singapore at the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2020.

While there won’t be any nightly stage shows, there are still exciting dragon dance performances and the festive bazaar to look out for.

There will also be an Online Escape Room with a customised Mid-Autumn festival storyline, an Online Lantern Painting Competition on Facebook and a 360 Virtual Tour of the street light!

Duration: 17 September to 16 October 2020, 7 pm to midnight daily
Location: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge Road
Cost: Free

List Of Mid Autumn Events

Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by The Bay

Illuminating the Gardens will be six lantern sets embracing the significance of Mid-Autumn Festival with the themes of family reunion and unity in the community.

A highlight of this year’s light up is Apricot Grove, which will feature apricot flowers in various stages of blooming.

This lantern set is a floral tribute to healthcare workers, and it is inspired by the Chinese fable of Dong Feng (a skilled and generous medical practitioner from the Three Kingdoms period).

Besides physical activities, there are also online activities. There will be a virtual preview of the lantern displays, performances by award-winning flutist and composer, Rit Xu, and Chinese dance duo Li Ruimin and Zheng Long, snow skin demonstration conducted by People’s Association and Chinese craft tutorials and haiku.

Duration: 18 September to 4 October 2020
Location: Gardens by the Bay website and Gardens by the Bay
Cost: Entrance fees to Gardens by the Bay applies, and free for online activities

List Of Mid Autumn Events

Mid-Autumn Festival at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

To encourage a better appreciation of Chinese Singaporean culture, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has launched a series of online programmes to highlight the customs and traditions of this festival.

You can hone your skills at lantern riddles with riddle enthusiast Qiu Rong as she breaks down the ins and outs of these challenging brain teasers all in an online tutorial.

There will also be a heart-warming animation, Moonlit Memories, produced in collaboration with Nanyang Polytechnic students.

Duration: 11 to 28 September 2020
Location: Online and exhibition held at the Singapore Chinese
Cultural Centre Cost: Free

List Of Mid Autumn Events

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival

The Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is going digital and be held online this year.

Tune in to a variety of family-friendly virtual activities, from cooking classes to storytelling sessions and craft demos. Join the celebration via their Facebook page.

Visitors can also check out a special outdoor lantern installation named “Rolling in Abundance”, featuring four colourful fish lanterns.

Duration: 14 September to 11 October
Location: Online
Cost: Free

List Of Mid Autumn Events

Snowskin Mooncakes Making Workshop

Conducted by Little Forest, grab this golden opportunity to bond with your family over snowskin mooncakes in this hands-on session.

The snowskin mooncake originated from Hong Kong, is a non-baked pastry that can be eaten cold. You will get to learn about the various ingredients that make up the snowskin mooncake, and get to take your beautiful creations home.

Hurry and register your seat today online at the Little Forest site.

Duration: 27 September 2020 10am or 1pm
Location: Little Forest 398 Joo Chiat Place #02-03 Singapore 428080
Cost: $60 per parent-child pair, $20 per additional adult or child

List Of Mid Autumn Events

Well there you have it, List of Mid Autumn Events happening in Singapore.

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