Marina Bay Sands Rev Up For Singapore Night Race 2023

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Marina Bay Sands unveils a thrilling world of night race- themed spectaculars across the property, inviting motorsport fans and visitors to revel in a series of exclusive offerings that promise unparalleled excitement and entertainment. From driver activations, premium hotel packages to gastronomic specials, the integrated resort (IR) is revving up for yet another unforgettable Singapore night race season. For more information, visit

1. Fuel up at Miracle Coffee’s race-themed pop-up at ArtScience Museum’s lobby

Come 8 to 17 September, the lobby of ArtScience Museum will be transformed into a racing- themed Miracle Coffee pop-up, an exclusive collaboration between Marina Bay Sands and homegrown pop superstar JJ Lin. Themed Miracle Racing Team, the space will be fully decked in a checkered blue design, symbolic of the flag motif in motorsport racing, and will serve as a pitstop to usher in the exhilirating season as Miracle Coffee celebrates the spirit of racing with friends and fans of coffee and racing alike.

Fans are invited to experience the action off the racetrack and fuel up on signature beverages such as the Singapore-exclusive Kaya Cloud, and an all-new, race-inspired coffee fizz drink “DRS”, and an exclusive dessert menu, all designed specially for Miracle Racing Team. For more information, follow the conversations on social @miraclecoffeesg and @marinabaysands.

2. Scuderia Ferrari inks multi-year deal with Marina Bay Sands 

On 31 July, Marina Bay Sands announced a multi-year partnership with Scuderia Ferrari, which will bring a slate of brand activations across the IR in September. This includes a display of the replica of the Scuderia Ferrari car that raced in the Formula 1 World Championship in 2019, the SF90, at the lobby of Hotel Tower 1 at Marina Bay Sands from 11 to 18 September. The iconic façade of Marina Bay Sands will also be lit up in the vibrant hue of Ferrari red from 14 to 17 September in celebration of the sporting event, creating an impressive focal point amidst the city skyscrapers during the highly anticipated night race season.

3. Experience premium luxury with our specially curated hotel packages

Motorsport fans are invited to experience the thrill of the night race season up close with Marina Bay Sands’ premium hotel packages, tailored for every race enthusiast to bask in the night race atmosphere at the heart of the action. A limited number of hotel packages are available, offering an invitation to experience elevated luxury in our newly refurbished suites from the exquisite Sands and Paiza collections. The top package, priced at S$100,000++, will unlock a world of privileges with a four-night stay at the ultra-luxe Paiza Signature Suite for up to four guests. Exclusive race experiences include an invite-only evening cocktail party with Scuderia Ferrari on 14 September. Guests will also access the Marina Bay Sands Sky Suite for the Singapore night race from 15 to 17 September, and receive merchandise from Scuderia Ferrari, the IR’s official race partner.

Other hotel packages include a suite of bespoke experiences, including passes to the best vantage point to catch the adrenaline-pumping action on the Pit Straight, an exclusive invite to private fan experiences with racing drivers, race-themed merchandise, a table at LAVO Party Brunch, and VIP access to one of the most sought-after afterparties at MARQUEE Singapore on 15 or 16 September.

For more information on hotel packages, please visit

4. Join the race action with Zhou Guanyu and Yuki Tsunoda 

Esteemed racing drivers Zhou Guanyu and Yuki Tsunoda will be involved in exclusive meet and greet opportunities for Marina Bay Sands’ loyalty members on 13 September. They are also working with the IR to create themed merchandise available for purchase at the Gift Shop located at the Hotel Tower 2 lobby.

Chinese racing driver Zhou Guanyu is the first-ever, and only racer from his country to compete in Formula 1. The Shanghai-born Formula 1 driver entered the motorsport world at eight and started his racing career in competitive karting. He joined the ranks of single-seater championships at 15, and made his official Formula 1 debut in 2022. Prior to this, he also made a prominent mark in many other motorsport races, including securing multiple wins and pole positions across three Formula 2 race seasons, clinching first place in the 2021 Formula 3 Asian Championship, and finishing second in the 2015 Italian Formula 4 Championship.

Yuki Tsunoda is a Japanese Formula 1 racing driver who embarked on his karting journey at the age of four. He made his debut in the Formula 3 Championship in 2019, and went on to achieve an impressive four pole positions and three victories in the Formula 2 series a year later. His stellar performance led him to finish third overall, earning him the title of Rookie of the Year. Tsunoda achieved a meteoric rise through the ranks and advanced from racing in Formula 4 to securing a Formula 1 seat in just over three years. Now aged 23, this year marks his third season in the sport, with a personal best record of a fourth-place finish.

5. Get set for spectacular parties and exquisite menus at Marina Bay Sands’ restaurants 

For the first time ever, two of the world’s most acclaimed chefs, Tetsuya Wakuda of two- Michelin-starred Waku Ghin and Wolfgang Puck of one-Michelin-starred CUT by Wolfgang Puck, will collaborate on a four-hands lunch.

Held at WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar on 17 September from 12pm to 2pm, the prestigious collaboration will witness the union of both culinary titans and their extraordinary craft in transforming the finest seasonal produce over a six-course menu (from S$188++). Diners can expect the best of modern Japanese classics from WAKUDA, exclusive creations by CUT, and choose to elevate their lunch with a sake and wine pairing (additional S$108++ per person) from the restaurants’ prized cellars. Stay tuned for more details on WAKUDA’s website and Instagram (@wakudasingapore). For reservations, visit

Gear up for an adrenaline-fuelled weekend at LAVO Italian Restaurant & Bar with the most anticipated daytime party of the year LAVO Party Brunch: Race Edition on 16 September, from 12pm to 4pm. Revellers are set for an extravaganza 57 storeys in the sky starring a delectable array of fresh seafood on ice, oven-baked pizzas and LAVO’s signature brunch favourites including the rigatoni tomato basil, soulful chicken alla cacciatora and a mini version of “The Meatball”. Sweeten the brunch affair with intricately crafted race-themed desserts before partying the afternoon away amidst stilt walkers, dancers and high-energy sets by guest DJ Tim Hox. Tickets are available online and priced at S$248++ per person. For the latest updates, follow LAVO’s Instagram account (@lavosingapore) and website.

The high-octane celebration ensues with a race-themed edition of LAVO’s signature Sunday Champagne Brunch on 17 September, from 12pm to 3pm. Take in unparalleled views of Singapore’s skyline and pair the exceptional experience with LAVO’s sumptuous array of Italian American brunch favourites, succulent live carvings, oven-baked pizzas, specialty cocktails, beverage packages and more. For reservations, visit

Experience authentic French homestyle dining at db Bistro & Oyster Bar over its exquisite four-course dinner menu (S$128++ per person), exclusively crafted for the three-day race weekend from 15 to 17 September. Take your taste buds on a joyous ride with bistro classics such as the marinated Hokkaido diver scallop served on a bed of grilled broccolini chutney topped with delicate pearls of Oscietra caviar, and Chef Daniel Boulud’s iconic beef duo of wagyu striploin and red wine-braised short ribs with spinach subric and potato gratin. Sweeten the evening with the indulgent chocolat cacahuète starring a delectable combination of creamy milk chocolate, crunchy peanuts, and velvety coffee ice cream. For reservations, visit

Fuel up pre-race at Marina Bay Sands’ signature buffet restaurant RISE over popular dishes from around the world. In addition to an all-star variety of premium seafood on ice and Southeast Asian specialties, RISE will be serving up limited-time carvings such as beef wellington with Yorkshire pudding, German sauerbraten with red cabbage, Italian pasta wheel with fresh tagliatelle and Dutch slow cooked veal shoulder. Look forward to themed pastries such as the hot wheel chocolate tart, racing speedometer cake, pinwheel rolls and more. Guests can pair the sumptuous feast with a selection of refreshing limited-time cocktails and mocktails and indulge in a cosy soirée next door at Renku Bar & Lounge. For reservations, visit

Throughout the weekend, fans of Yardbird Southern Table & Bar can choose to get closer to the racing action at The Loft on Level 1 while enjoying Yardbird’s Chicken, Caviar & Champagne. Starring the signature Lewellyn’s fine fried chicken, the platter is served with Oscietra caviar and buttermilk flat pancakes, comes with two glasses of champagne and is good for two persons (S$180++ per platter). Keep the glasses flowing with two hours of free- flow champagne from the House of Devaux (S$80++ per person). Yardbird will also be bringing back The Great American Burger Month this September, presenting guests a special burger each week (S$32++ each). For reservations, visit

Cool off amidst the heat of racing action with Black Tap’s Smoked Watermelon Margarita Slushie (S$21++) available throughout the month of September. Featuring a combination of fresh watermelon, tequila and mezcal, the delightful slushie cocktail is topped with slices of watermelon and lime, and served in a smoked salt-rimmed glass with a dash of sugar for a refreshing burst of flavours. For reservations, visit tap.html.

From 4 to 30 September, race fans can look forward to four innovative cocktails inspired by the Marina Bay Street Circuit at contemporary Chinese restaurant Mott 32 (S$28++ per glass). Leading the lineup is First Lap, a fizzy prosecco featuring a unique blend of sweet and zesty flavours from the beloved Singapore Sling and classic Margarita, complete with an aromatic twist of lemongrass. Next, elevate the classic vodka with the addition of refreshing yuzu and grapefruit juice in Sheares Circuit. Named after the first turn of the race, the cocktail is topped with a sprig of burnt rosemary, creating a perfectly balanced tipple with a touch of smokiness.

Fuel up with a delightful interplay of flavours in Pit Lane, which combines tequila, lime juice and Chartreuse to result in an electrifying orange-hued concoction boasting earthy botanical flavours. Bearing the black and white colours of the checkered flag is Last Stop, an indulgent treat that pairs the creaminess of kahlua, coconut rum and coffee liqueur with heavy cream and fresh milk. Finished with a cloud of whipped cream and cocoa powder, this cocktail is set to round off your night on a euphoric high. For reservations, visit

 Finally, come home to WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar, nestled in the lobby of Marina Bay Sands’ Hotel Tower 2. Available at its bar & lounge throughout the weekend, the special racing- themed cocktail titled Cavallino (S$19++ per glass) pays tribute to Ferrari’s distinctive prancing horse motif. Beneath this aperitif is the prized Taketsuru pure malt whisky shaken with Campari, sweet vermouth and burnt orange, aged for 30 days in an oak barrel to release gentle notes of oak and vanilla.

Keep the glasses flowing post-race weekend with WAKUDA’s Negroni week (S$19++ per glass), available at the bar all day from 18 to 24 September. In addition to the classic Negroni comprising a Tanqueray dry gin base shaken with Campari and sweet vermouth, guests can relish a refreshing rendition of the Negroni Highball stirred with yuzu and grapefruit soda. Adventurers can take the tipple up a notch with the Tsokoklate Negroni, which features a Brass Lion Singapore gin base elevated with cacao. For reservations, visit

6. Make a pit stop at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Celebrate the return of the highly anticipated night race with an exciting line-up of dining specials at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Sip on TWG Tea’s Race Day Tea (S$49), an exclusive teatime treat featuring sparkling notes of citrus fruits and chocolate,

or enjoy Punjab Grill’s special in-house cocktail, the Red Bull Speed Demon (S$18++), available from 28 August to 17 September. From 11 to 17 September, guests sporting their favourite racing team apparel can enjoy 5 per cent off gelato with Venchi’s Racer’s Delight promotion, offered exclusively at The Shoppes.

After the adrenaline pumping paddock action, dive into the ultimate after-party extravaganza and celebrate the grandeur of the night race 57 storeys in the sky at CÉ LA VI Singapore with Race Revolutions. The Club Lounge will be coming alive with a marathon of sets by Grammy Award winning DJ Dubfire and DJ Apsara, who will be spinning all night long from 12pm to 8am on 16 and 17 September.

7. Experience Night Race in the Sky

On 16 and 17 September, night race fever hits a new high as guests are invited to experience the exhilarating night race from 56-stories atop Marina Bay Sands’ iconic SkyPark Observation Deck. With a bird’s eye view of the Marina Bay street circuit, guests can relish the thrill and celebrate the exciting action in the skies. Priced at S$108 per ticket, guests can enjoy complimentary Avocado Sushi Roll, with a choice of Prosecco, red or white wine, or a non- alcoholic beverage, while watching the live feed of the night race.

For more ticketing information, please refer to the table below:

Prices for Online Tickets (Prices are inclusive of booking fees & GST)
Event Dates and Timings Prices
Night Race in the Sky 16 to 17 September 2023 5.30pm – 11.00pm S$108 per ticket

8. The party continues at MARQUEE Singapore

The night race excitement continues late into the night with two epic afterparties at MARQUEE Singapore on 15 and 16 September. MARQUEE is bringing back two of electronic music industry’s most popular artists – Hardwell and Alan Walker – to present two back-to- back nights of electrifying performances, bringing even more firepower to the roster of festivities at the IR.

Hardwell is set to dominate the mainstage for a rousing performance at MARQUEE on 15 September. The Dutch superstar capped off his storied career in 2013 when he was crowned World’s Number 1 DJ for two consecutive years and is one of the most acclaimed stars in the modern era of electronic music today. He is best known for his headlining acts at the most significant music festivals worldwide, as well as for his ground-breaking album “United We Are”, which secured number two on the iTunes worldwide album chart.

On 16 September, Alan Walker will take centre-stage at MARQUEE to deliver a high-octane set, bringing his synth-driven excellence to the night race afterparty. The British-Norwegian multi-platinum artist has released a string of chart-toppers since his arrival on the music scene in 2015, and has bagged a prestigious Norwegian Grammy for Song of the Year. His highly successful release “Faded” topped music charts globally, and was certified platinum across 14 countries, earning him recognition as one of the most talented DJs in the world.

For more ticketing information, please refer to the table below.

MARQUEE presents Hardwell General Admission:

·       General admission tickets have sold out.

·       Limited tickets will be made available at the door on the event day.


Table reservations:

·       Tables are available for reservation.

·       For table reservations and enquiries, e-mail [email protected] or call

+65 6688 8660.

15 September 2023, Friday
Doors open at 10pm
MARQUEE presents Alan
16 September 2023, Saturday
Doors open at 10PM

For more details and updates on MARQUEE’s event lineup, follow MARQUEE Singapore on Instagram and Facebook, or visit

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