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 ‘Modern Traditions’ 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 “xiangsheng” 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!