Street Light-Up 牛车水庆中秋亮灯
26 August – 25 September, 7:00pm – 12:00mn
New Bridge Road, South Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street, (NEW) Upper Cross Street
A spectacular display of lighted sculptures and colourful street lanterns featuring designs that combine mooncakes with jade rabbits of popular folklore. This year’s signature light-up features larger-than-life lantern sculptures of mooncakes from Singapore’s main Chinese dialect groups: the Cantonese, Hainanese, Hakkas, Hokkiens and Teochews. The main centrepiece is displayed at Eu Tong Sen Street: a 10m-tall candy-coloured sculpture of snowskin mooncakes accompanied by lovable jade rabbits.
Food Fair 美食坊
26 August – 10 September, 12:00nn – 10:00pm
Smith Street (Former Chinatown Food Street)
The Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival presents its first-ever Food Fair, which will see the former Chinatown Food Street transformed into a nostalgic, bustling bazaar with 16 stalls offering an array of street-style delights.
Trade Fair 市集
26 August – 24 September, 10:00am – 10:00pm
Outside People Park’s Complex
The annual Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Trade Fair makes its long-awaited return with 12 stalls offering a variety of clothing and lifestyle accessories – there’s something for everyone!
Stage Shows 舞台表演
27 – 28 August, 3, 4, 10 September, 7:00pm – 8.30pm
Kreta Ayer Square
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Chinatown over the weekends with free stage shows presenting a stellar line-up of performances perfect for the whole family, from a demonstration of the ancient Chinese art of Mask Changing (变脸) to Chinese cultural dances, dialect song presentations and more.
Lantern Painting Competition 灯笼彩绘比赛
4 September 2022, 9:00am – 2:00pm
The ever-popular Lantern Painting Competition returns this year and invites all budding young artists aged 6 – 18 years old to present their best creative takes on a Mid-Autumn Festival lantern, with attractive prizes to be won. Participation is free and pre-registration is required. Click here to register. Winning lanterns will be displayed at Chinatown Point.