Expect a Festival at the Singapore Smash 2023!



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Those in the Singapore Sports Hub vicinity from 7 to 19 March are in for a delightful treat, with the area to be transformed into a festival-like atmosphere for the Singapore Smash 2023.

Venue: Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Arena
Dates: 7 - 19 March 2023
Admission: Free to the Singapore Smash Zone, tickets required for other activities

With one of world table tennis’ most prestigious events returning from 7 - 19 March, Singapore Smash 2023 is going all out to ensure that everyone can join this party, which is set to be bigger and better than before.

Music, dance, community activation, games and more are among the highlights of a packed entertainment roster, with these activities taking place across Singapore Sports Hub while fiery table tennis contests are fought on the Infinity Arena inside OCBC Arena. 

Singapore Smash Park

Ticket holders can enjoy exclusive access and premium lifestyle offerings at the newly introduced Singapore Smash Park located outside Hall 1 and Hall 2 of the OCBC Arena. After entering the Singapore Smash Park via a specially-built shipping container entrance, an extensive range of entertainment options and an unparalleled experience awaits. 

Visitors can choose to play virtual reality table tennis at the Eleven VR Booth in partnership with Alibaba Cloud or challenge their friends to play for real on the DHS tables spread around Singapore Smash Park. Fans can unleash their creative side by creating their best catwalk impressions at a replica of the famed Infinity Arena, grab an autograph from their favourite stars or simply unwind and enjoy the evening with live music performances. Homegrown talent include Mandopop singer-songwriter Jeff Ng, bilingual singing duo Zerlene & Mun, and local band TNT Live. 

Singapore Smash organisers have also lined up a host of thrilling performances before selected sessions on both event weekends, adding to the festive and celebratory atmosphere of the event. Performers include Singapore’s first acrobatic circus company Circus of Altrades and dance group Limited Edition, who represented Singapore at the World Hip Hip Internationals and are known for their feisty and unique dance moves in the street dance scene. Performing on the final day of the event on 19 March is Singapore’s very own pop darling, RRILEY!

Tickets to the Singapore Smash Park start from just $18, with gates opening from 4.30pm to allow fans ample time to make the most of the wide array of activities. The performance schedule for Singapore Smash Park is available at instagram.com/singaporesmash. 

Singapore Smash Zone

The Singapore Smash Zone also returns at the newly-renovated OCBC Square outside Kallang Wave Mall. The Singapore Smash Zone is free for all to enter, with free play tables and community competitions that allow members of the public to play some table tennis regardless of age, gender and skill level. The community age group competitions are a returning favourite from the first-ever Singapore Smash in 2022, with this year’s edition estimated to attract over 300 participants across 5 categories: Open, Under-10, Under-14, Newbie Singles and Newbie Doubles. There will also be a showcase by non-profit group Table Tennis For Good, which aims to use table tennis to promote brain and general health while having fun playing. The public can also catch a glimpse of some of the sport’s best players and rising stars, with meet and greet sessions to take place at the Singapore Smash Zone. 

Ticketing and Details

Tickets to the qualifying rounds, which take place from 7-9 March, start at S$18 while ticket prices for main draw from 11-19 March start from $28. Tickets are available at https://ticketmaster.sg/activity/detail/23_sgsmash2023. Event updates and information are available at singaporesmash.com and instagram.com/singaporesmash.



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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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