CQ Streetfest 2024 | Five Days Of Electrifying Performances And Free Family-Friendly Entertainment

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From 17 to 21 April 2024, CQ @ Clarke Quay will transform into a bustling stage hosting world-renowned street artists from Australia, the UK, Mexico, Italy, Japan and Singapore.


Photo Credit: CQ @ Clarke Quay

Venue: CQ @ Clarke Quay
Date: 17 to 21 Apr 2024
Time: 12pm to 1.30pm (Matinee performances on weekends) | 6pm to 10.30pm

CQ @ Clarke Quay, the iconic riverside destination, kickstarts an exciting month of April with a spectacular street festival, CQ Streetfest 2024, promising five days of electrifying performances and free family-friendly entertainment. From 17 to 21 April 2024, CQ @ Clarke Quay will transform into a bustling stage hosting world-renowned street artists from Australia, the UK, Mexico, Italy, Japan and Singapore.

First Day Updates 

The festival's opening day was a vibrant celebration of talent and creativity, featuring a diverse range of performances from escapology to aerial stunts to acrobatics, juggling on a unicycle, hula hoops, art, and music. 

Among the standout acts were the mesmerizing aerial stunts performed by Pancho Libre and Adedance Silk and Hoop Aerialists. Their graceful maneuvers defied gravity, displaying remarkable agility and strength that had the audience on the edge of their seats.

Akira from Japan showcased a triple act of painting, dancing, and DJing, while Rob Roy Collins stunned the crowd with his daring escapology feats, escaping from cuffs and chains. Satya Bella made hula hoop history with one of the most difficult moves ever performed - hula-hooping and cyr-wheeling both at the same time. 

Photo Credits: Stanley Chee

What truly set this festival apart was the high level of audience interaction. Children were particularly enchanted by the performances, gathering around CQ @ Clarke Quay’s Fountain Square with wide-eyed fascination and waiting for their chance to become assistants to the artists, adding spontaneity and excitement to the show. Their faces lit up with excitement as they watched the artists weave their magic, leaving a lasting impression on the young audience.

For more information about the festival schedule and featured artists, please visit https://www.capitaland.com/sg/malls/clarkequay/en/CQ-StreetFest2024.html 

Exciting Line-Up Of Renowned Street Artists From Singapore & All Over The World

Rob Roy Collins

Headlining the event is Rob Roy Collins, the UK’s premier escapologist, renowned for his Guinness World Record-breaking feats and daring stunts. Collins, whose performances include gravity-defying straitjacket escapes and handcuff challenges, promises to captivate audiences with his unparalleled showmanship and humor.

Richard Garaghty

Joining him is Richard Garaghty, the beloved entertainer from Covent Garden who resides in Italy, known for his comedic juggling routines and remarkable skills on a 10-foot unicycle. With appearances on esteemed platforms like Dumbo, Doctor Who and Star Wars, Garaghty is set to enchant spectators with his infectious energy and crowd-pleasing antics.

Satya Bella

Hailing from Australia, the enigmatic Satya Bella brings a mesmerizing display of hula hooping prowess, blending grace, flexibility, and multi-hooping mastery garnered from performances across 42 countries worldwide.


From Japan, Akira astounds with his high-energy act combining dance, DJ mixing, and live artwork creation, promising an unforgettable sensory experience for spectators of all ages.

Pancho Libre

Pancho Libre, originating from Mexico City, showcases his acrobatic finesse on the cyr wheel and pole, embodying the spirit of global street performance with his infectious charm and skillful technique.


Complementing the international lineup is Adelene from Adedance Hoop and Silk Aerialists, Singapore's own aerial performance troupe, renowned for their breathtaking displays at prestigious events across Asia.


CQ Streetfest is organised by CQ @ Clarke Quay in conjunction with Covent Garden Entertainment featuring 45 shows spanning five days from Wednesday to Sunday from 6pm to 10.30pm. Additionally, there are matinee performances on the weekends from noon to 1.30pm.

For more information and performance schedules, visit this link.


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This article is prepared by

Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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