SCCC Lunar New Year Carnival & Concert

SCCC Lunar New Year Carnival & Concert
Event Date & Time

24 – 25 Feb 2018 (Sat & Sun) | 2pm – 8pm

Event Category



SCCC Lunar New Year Carnival:

24 & 25 Feb 2018 (Sat & Sun), 2pm – 8pm

SCCC Lunar New Year Concert:
25 Feb 2018 (Sun), 7pm – 10pm

Concourse, Level 1
Free Admission

In celebration of the Year of the Dog, SCCC is organising its first Lunar New Year Carnival & Concert over the festive weekend this Lunar New Year. From experiencing traditional art forms such as Chinese paper cuttings and wushu showcases to indulging in festive delicacies, more than 20 activities await everyone. Bringing a perfect conclusion to the celebrations will be a special Lunar New Year concert hosted by popular celebrities Marcus Chin, Xu Qiongfang and Lin Ruping, and featuring the brightest talents performing Chinese New Year classics and familiar tunes.


*****Programme Highlights*****


Festive Arts Booths (24 – 25 Feb, 2pm – 8pm)

Chinese Ang Pow Lantern Making, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Knot Making, Chinese Figurine Making, Silkscreen Making, Shrink Film Keychain, Bottle Gourd Calligraphy, Chinese Paper Cutting, Opera Mask Knot Making

Festive Food Booths  (24 – 25 Feb, 2pm – 8pm)

Love Letters (Live Cooking Station), Pineapple Tarts (Live Cooking Station), Nian Gao (Live Cooking Station), Kuih Bahulu (Live Cooking Station), Dragon’s Breath Candy, Dragon’s Beard Candy, Muah Chee, Ting Ting Candy, Malt Candy, Glutinous Rice Ball

Festive Performances (24 Feb, 3pm – 6pm)
Hosted by local actress Michelle Tay

Wushu, Diabolo, Dance, Quick Change Performance, Contortionist Performance, Mask Change Performance, Dragon Dance, Juggling Performance

SCCC Lunar New Year Concert (25 Feb 2018, 7pm – 10pm)

Starting the Lunar New Year on the right note, the SCCC Lunar New Year Concert is set to bring to life a medley of Lunar New Year classics and familiar tunes. Co-hosted by popular celebrities Marcus Chin, Xu Qiongfang and Lin Ruping who are known for their lively and comedic banters, the concert will feature the brightest singing talents from Singapore and Malaysia, including Zhuang Xuezhong, Li Baoen, Sally Yeo and Angie Lau. The audience can also expect first-time duets as well as refreshing renditions of the festive classics.

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