After a two-year hiatus, we’re so happy to see the return of F1 Grand Prix in Singapore! The F1 Singapore 2022 weekend will be filled with champagne, parties, dining and entertainment, from 30 September to 2 October. Here’s a list of Grand Prix parties, where to eat and where to have fun during the Singapore F1 weekend. Places will fill up fast, so make those bookings now!
F1 Singapore 2022: WHERE TO PARTY!
Mandala Weekender @F1
The Mandala Weekender is a mega party experience created by Mandala Club, a private members club. Over the Grand Prix weekend from 30 September to 2 October, members of the club, VIPs and the public will have a taste of this musical extravaganza, held in collaboration with Marina Bay Sands. Each night features different international artists performing from 10.30pm to 4am – Rae Sremmurd and Kellis on Friday; Armand van Heldon, Louie Vega & Anané and Orio on Saturday; Basement Jazz, Kungs and Rudimental on Sunday. Guests can also view the Singapore F1 qualifying race live on Saturday and the full race on Sunday on a 30-metre LED screen with theatre-style state-of-the-art sound system.
Mandala Club is famed for its culinary residencies in conjunction with iconic global chefs and restaurants. The Mandala Weekender is the club’s foray into the world of music.
Advance tickets are $148 for each night, or $168 on the day of the event. VIP tables for 10 people start with a minimum spend of $5,000. The price includes a beverage package of four bottles of champagne and a 1.75-litre bottle of vodka with mixers. For the ultimate VIP experience, including a rooftop view of the race, the Mandala Genesis 250 Pass is the club’s first NFT membership that gives access and benefits that are exclusive for 250 holders, selected through an application process.
Hall C, Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands
Amber Lounge Singapore – Grand Prix party
Following its sold-out success in the Monaco F1 weekend events this May, Amber Lounge relaunches its ultra-luxe post-race events for the Singapore F1 weekend at its new home, The Clifford Pier at The Fullerton Bay Hotel. Party-goers can look forward to flowing champagne, cocktails by award-winning bartenders, international music artists, celebrity guests, members of the F1 Grand Prix racing fraternity, and world-class entertainment including theatrical cabaret and also cirque-themed performances.
Kicking off the festivities on Saturday is Oliver Heldens. The Dutch superstar DJ and electronic music producer will headline a live performance. On Sunday night, Swedish singer-songwriter John Martin – known for his collaborations with Swedish House Mafia – performs alongside music partner, Michel Zitron. Also on Sunday night is Fatman Scoop. This American rapper, DJ and radio personality has collaborated with Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Pitbull, Skrillex and the late Whitney Houston, among others.
For the F1 Singapore 2022, Amber Lounge is introducing new ultra-exclusive suite concepts. Each Suite is a semi-private alcove offering prime views of performances, unlimited table service with flowing Perrier Jouet champagne and Belvedere vodka, as well as select premium liquors.
Prices range from $800 for an individual pass to the Amber Suite at $45,000 for 10 persons, including bespoke table service, a 6-litre bottle of champagne and premium vodka, and selected free-flow house pours. Or go all out with the Noir Suite! This ultra-private suite for 15 to 20 persons comes with a bespoke hospitality package and dedicated VIP table service.
The Clifford Pier, 80 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel
Grand Prix in Singapore: WHERE TO EAT & DRINK
LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
Following a two-year pause in Singapore, LAVO’s Party Brunch series returns on 1 October with a special F1 edition. This champagne-fuelled extravaganza runs from 12 noon to 3pm, with F1-themed dining specials and signature LAVO dishes as well as bottomless house wines and beers! Spinning specially for this event is DJ Gil Glaze. His high-energy music will get everyone dancing and in the mood for the Singapore F1 night racing. Also expect bottle presentations and energetic performances by dancers.
First launched at LAVO New York in 2010, LAVO’s Party Brunch is a themed, bi-monthly party brunch series known for its unique day-club concept.
The LAVO Party Brunch: F1 Race Weekend with Gil Glaze is priced at $248 per person. LAVO suggests getting the tickets online before the event day, as limited tickets are available at the door, if they’re not sold out.
Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 1, Level 57
6688 8591 | email@example.com | lavosingapore.com
Catch the Singapore F1 race at Crossroads Cafe! Experience the exciting night race with a live screening at the popular alfresco cafe in the heart of bustling Orchard Road.
Add to the Grand Prix fun with a celebratory bottle of Henriot champagne, specially priced at $118 for F1 Singapore 2022!
320 Orchard Road, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
6831 4605 | marriott.com
Andaz is your one-stop dining, drinks and party venue for the Grand Prix in Singapore. Start the evening at 665°F. You can to order off their limited à la carte menu; the beef wellington and blue swimmer crab cake are perennial favourites. On 30 September to 2 October, there’s a specially curated six-course dinner set by Chef de Cuisine Poh Boon Neo, including a glass of Delamotte Brut Champagne. The main selections include Patahonian toothfish thermidor and a steak Oscar.
On Saturday and Sunday nights, make your way to the rooftop for Mr Stork’s race party. Groove to tunes by a rotation of live DJ performances from 6pm until 1am, accompanied by themed cocktails, shots and a specially curated snacking platter consisting of Sanchoku wagyu short-rib bao, truffle brie de meaux toast, aburi tuna tartare and deep-fried buffalo wings.
If you need a sumptuous brunch to rev up your energy after a night of partying, sit down at Alley on 25 for the Lazy Breakfast by Chef de Cuisine Tommy Wong. It’s available from 12 noon to 2.30pm on Saturday and Sunday. There’s a F1 Grill & Roast set specially for the F1 Singapore 2022 weekend that includes a main – choose from beef Wellington, ribeye, Australian lamb rack or spring chicken – and unlimited dishes from the buffet spread as well as F1-themed desserts.
Chef’s set menu at 665°F is $195 per guest from 30 September to 2 October. At Mr Stork, the curated platter is $70 and themed cocktails and shots start from $20. Alley on 25’s Lazy Breakfast is $98 per guest for one breakfast main and an unlimited spread from the buffet.
5 Fraser Street
6408 1288 | andazsingapore.com/dining
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