The Grand Prix Season Singapore (GPSS) returns from 8 to 17 September 2023, featuring electrifying precinct parties spread across four distinctive locations and an array of race-themed lifestyle experiences throughout the city. GPSS offers an array of experiences that inspire both locals and visiting travellers. GPSS, along with the F1 Singapore race, brings a wealth of themed parties and celebrations to the F1 period.
GB Srithar, Regional Director, India, Middle East, South Asia & Africa, Singapore Tourism Board (STB), says “Singapore is all set and ready to flag off the latest edition of Grand Prix Season Singapore (GPSS). The night race continues to enthral fans from the world over. The fusion of high-speed Formula 1 racing with electrifying entertainment brings both a thrilling sporting spectacle and a vibrant buzz across the city, making it a truly iconic way to experience how Singapore – as one of the most dynamic lifestyle capitals of the region – celebrates such events. GPSS is an unmissable experience for those seeking our unique blend of speed, spectacle and entertainment.”
“The GPSS is back for its 14th edition, revving up more excitement and festivities across Singapore for an action-packed 10-day period. The curated line-up of offerings across multiple facets such as dining, entertainment and retail showcase the best of Singapore’s lifestyle experiences, which both locals and visitors can enjoy,” said Ms Ong Ling Lee, Executive Director, Sports and Wellness, Singapore Tourism Board.
Themed ‘Circuit of Festivity’, this year’s precinct parties promise unique race-themed offerings at four different yet interconnected locations. Feel the buzz of the race season at Orchard Road, Clarke Quay, Kampong Gelam and Sentosa – each with its own distinctive and extensive programming, allowing visitors to spend more time exploring each location’s offerings in depth.
Singapore’s famous shopping belt, Orchard Road, will transform into a multifaceted epicentre of excitement during the Grand Prix Season Singapore (GPSS). At the heart of this transformation lies “Revolutions: The GPSS Immersive Experience,” a high-tech light and sound show curated by local artist Brandon Tay. Alongside this immersive show, visitors can explore the Orchard Pit Shops: GPSS Lifestyle Bazaar, featuring over 24 stalls offering an array of local artisanal products, delectable food and beverages, live music, and captivating art installations. Furthermore, shoppers will be delighted to discover a retail haven at Design Orchard, where limited-edition merchandise, exclusively curated for GPSS, awaits shoppers.
Clarke Quay seamlessly transitions from day to night during GPSS, offering a wide range of entertainment options that bring a buzz to the area. From the bustling CQ Street Market to the GPSS Fitness Fest featuring Les Mills, fitness enthusiasts enjoy dynamic workouts with music and captivating lights. Motorsports fans can compete in the Teleios Race Sims Grand Slam for the GPSS Sims Championship. At OutDrive GP, meet Formula 1 and Formula 2 drivers like Nico Hülkenberg and witness live racing against local stimulated racing talent. Music lovers can immerse themselves in the Asia’s premier independent music festival, Music Matters Live, featuring a diverse lineup including Kiwi singer-songwriter Paige, Indonesian sensation Teddy Adhitya, Korean electro pop acts like Love x Stereo, and more, alongside local talents.
A vibrant and fun-packed GPSS 2023 awaits visitors to Singapore until September 30, including ample opportunities to party with MARQUEE Singapore Race Weekend’s star-studded line-up of international DJs including Alan Walker and Hardwell.