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The Best After Parties During F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Weekend

The Best After Parties During F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Weekend
By Amelia Yeo
September 15, 2019
Accelerate your way into the Grand Prix weekend at some of the city's hottest after-parties below

1/6 Amber Lounge

American singer-songwriter Maya headlining last year's Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix After Party at Amber Lounge (Photo: Courtesy of Amber Lounge)
Photo: Courtesy of Amber Lounge

What: Celebrating its 12th year of bringing the most glamourous parties to the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix festivities, Amber Lounge is going above and beyond this year to impress party-goers and fans of the racing sport. Featuring British singer-songwriter Ella Eyre as the headlining act alongside the Amber Lounge's resident DJ Sigala behind the decks, the duo is bound to enthrall everyone on the dancefloor with their infectious sound and energy. 

The Amber Lounge fashion show also returns with collections from local menswear label Mr. G and Frieda Brides to kick-start the night of celebrations. 

When: September 21 and 22

2/6 The Podium Lounge

The Podium Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore (Photo:

What: Located at the Grand Ballroom of The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, The Podium Lounge is one of the best after-party venues of the Formula 1 Grand Prix season, as it looks forward to hosting an estimated 10,000 guests over three nights of revelry with an epic entertainment line-up. 

Some know her as Sporty Spice from the iconic English pop band, Spice Girls, who dominated the radio pop charts in the 90s. After the group disbanded in 1996, Melanie C embarked on her own solo career and has since co-written 11 number one hits in the United Kingdom—more than any other female artist in chart history. She will be performing alongside other acts such as Raleigh Ritchie—the actor best known for playing Grey Worm in the hit HBO series, Game of Thrones—as well as The Cuban Brothers, Daniel Jones, Kathleen De Leon, and rising homegrown artist, Maya Davidov

Celebrity artist Jan Larsen, famous for his abstract neo-pop works, will also be debuting his one-of-a-kind multi-media presentation in the Grand Ballroom of the hotel. 

When: September 20—22

3/6 LuLu's Lounge

Photo: Courtesy of LuLu's Lounge
Photo: Courtesy of LuLu's Lounge

What: Celebrating a night to remember with all things burlesque this Grand Prix weekend, LuLu's Lounge returns with its annual Va Va Vroom party, with glamorous and sultry performances guaranteed to spice up your night.

Flown in exclusively for the evening, Australia-based Burlesque performers Porcelain Alice and Memphis Mae will entertain with their sensational routines, interspersed with unique vintage circus trickery. Local DJ-run collective, Matteblacc, will also be helming the decks, dishing out some serious tunes to get the celebrations going.

When: September 20—23

4/6 Marquee Race Weekend

Photo: Courtesy of Marquee Singapore

What: Since its opening in April, Marquee has become one of the hottest clubs in Singapore that has brought in a steady stream of major headlining acts, including Alan Walker and most recently, Alesso.

With the Grand Prix weekend right around the corner, you can bet that the establishment will keep up its star-studded streak as Los Angeles-based DJ Ruckus and Guatemalan-American DJ Carnage will grace the decks with their exciting mix of electronic dance music and familiar hit songs to keep the race spirit up. 

When: September 20 and 21

5/6 Bang Bang

Photo: Courtesy of Bang Bang Singapore
Photo: Courtesy of Bang Bang Singapore

What: Raising the bar from its usual club nights, Bang Bang's turntables will be taken over by two of the latest winners of the Red Bull's 3Style DJ competition—one of the most prestigious DJ competitions in the world.

Two-time US champion DJ Trentino, who has headlined internationally in cities such as Zurich and Beijing, as well as with artists such as T-Pain, Wiz Khalifa and Kelly Clarkson, will keep you pumped throughout the night with his stellar mixes. 

Red Bull world champion, J.Espinosa, will set the dancefloor ablaze, blending the genres of hip-hop, pop, and rock seamlessly in his set. As one of the world's most highly sought after DJs, his versatility has allowed him to spin alongside some of R&B and hip hop's biggest names including Drake, Rihanna, and Snoop Dogg.

When: September 20 and 21

6/6 Singapore Race Week at Cé La Vi

Photo: Courtesy of Ce La Vi
Photo: Courtesy of Ce La Vi

What: Situated 57 floors above the Marina Bay area, soak in the energy of the race from a soaring vantage point at Cé La Vi, one of Singapore's best spots to witness the city skyline as you party the night away. Starting the celebrations early, Amsterdam-based DJ Irwan will be the first to commence Cé La Vi's race week on Wednesday night, with his infectious mix of hip-hop and R&B. On Friday evening, Babey Drew, who is also the official tour DJ for American singer Chris Brown, will continue the weekend of celebrations with his explosive mix of dubstep and house music.

New York-based DJ Dennis Ferrer will then take over the DJ booth with Berlin-based record producer, Oliver Dollar and London-based artist Offaiah on Saturday evening. To top it all off, DJ Mr. White, who headlined Sensation Festival in Amsterdam this year, will take party-goers through Sunday night with his energetic house and tech beats. 

When: September 18—22

See also: F1 Singapore 2019: Where To Eat And Drink Before And After The Concerts


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