Mid-Autumn Family FUN at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

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The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and the Singapore Chinese Orchestra is organising a family-friendly Mid-Autumn Family FUN over 3 days!

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Dates: 29 Sep - 1 Oct 2023
Admission: Free with paid activities

For the first time, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) and the
Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO) are will be organising the Mid-Autumn Family FUN to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival with families at the cultural hub in the heart of Shenton Way.

Mid-Autumn Family FUN will span three days at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and Singapore Conference Hall 

A Cultural Celebration with a Modern Twist

The theme¬†‚ÄėModern Traditions‚Äô encourages families to celebrate Mid-Autumn traditions with a modern¬†twist with¬†14 activities specially curated for families and children.¬†Expect¬†inter-generational activities, workshops and programmes¬†designed for families and suitable for all ages.

Highlights include ‚Äúxiangsheng‚ÄĚ performances, The Autumn Fair with more than 50 local¬†and overseas creative makers, performances by local and overseas indie artistes and food¬†trucks, guided lantern walks, stargazing and concerts by SCO and the Asian Cultural Symphony¬†Orchestra.

The activities include a mix of free and paid options. Families who purchase any 4 tickets to any of the paid events will also get to redeem a limited edition tote-bag! Get the details here! 

Free Cultural Snacks and More

On 29 Sep, families can expect free coffee & tea with traditional Mid-Autumn piglet baskets and free lanterns, limited to the first 200 redemptions. There will also be free ice-cream, kachang puteh, popcorn, candy floss, cookies and biscuits (while stocks last) across the entire event!


Venue and Dates

The Mid-Autumn Family Fun will be happening at the Singapore Cultural Centre from 29 Sep to 1 Oct with timings for specific events. So come on down to personalise your own ocarina, learn how to play Chinese classic tunes, and cap off the evening with a lantern walk under the moonlight as you search for the celestial rabbit, Tu Zai!



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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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