The Singapore Grand Prix is an annual night race held at Marina Bay Street Circuit. A part of the Formula 1 World Championship, it is a great attraction for adventure junkies, motorheads, and racers alike.
The fabulous entertainment lineup, fairs, carnival games, food and beverage joints, and family venues make the Formula 1 Grand Prix Race a great vacation spot for people of all ages. The soaring futuristic skyline of the Garden City adds to the glamour of the zooming racecars as skilled racers navigate through the winding track.
2019: 20 September (Friday) – 22 September (Sunday)
Singapore Grand Prix Tickets
Formula 1 Paddock Club This gives access to all 4 zones within the Circuit Park, the entertainment stages, the Formula 1 Paddock Club suite, The Garden and Broadwalk lifestyle areas, Pit Lane Walk, Grandstand & Bar, Terrace, and dedicated parking lots. Free-flow champagne, fine wines, beers and soft drinks are provided.
Price: Three-day Pass: SGD 9501.60 Single day pass: SGD 2448.16 – 6300.16
3-Day Sky Suite This gives admission to all 4 zones, the entertainment stages, Sky Suite, private viewing gallery, Pit Straight suite locations, Sky Terrace, and provides guests with a Suite Ambassador, free-flow champagne, beers, wines, and personalized menus.
Price: Three-day Pass: SGD 7864.50 Single day pass: SGD 2020.16 – 5230.16
3-Day Twenty3 This ticket provides admittance to all 4 zones of the Singapore Grand Prix, the entertainment stages, Twnety3 viewing gallery, Apex Lounge, Bay Terrace, speciality bars, and also gives patrons two-way ferry service and outdoor seating at different venues.
Price: Three-day pass: SGD 6259.50 Single day pass: SGD 1592.16 – 5016.16
The CUBE – Patio/Mezzanine/Loft Each ticket provides entry to all four zones, the dedicated viewing platforms near Turns 11 and 12, entertainment stages, and access to the designated part of the CUBE – either the Patio, Mezzanine, or Loft based on ticket preference. Free-flow Taitinger Champagne is also provided.
Price: Three day pass: SGD 5000 each Single day pass: SGD 1250 – 2500 each
The Green Room This gives access to all 4 zones, the entertainment stages, The Green Room, and a viewing gallery, and provides guests with a Suite Ambassador and free-flow wines.
Price: SGD 4440.50
3-Day [email protected] 3 This provides entry to all 4 zones, the entertainment stages, dedicated seating at the Turn 3 Premier Grandstand, and daily meal and snack vouchers.
Price: SGD 3156.50
Super Pit This ticket gives admission to all 4 zones and seating at the upper rows between blocks A4 and A16, for great views of the Pit Straight, team garages, and finish line. Patrons also get priority access at Gate 1 and a lanyard.
Price: SGD 1488
Pit Grandstand Pit Grandstand ticket holders are seated opposite the team garages with a view of the Pit Straight. The ticket grants access to all 4 zones.
Price: SGD 1088
Turn Grandstand This ticket grants access to all 4 zones, and provides seating neat Sheares (Turn 1) where visitors can catch the action.
Price: SGD 1288
Padang Grandstand Patrons are seated near the Padang Stage and Turn 10 where they can watch drivers navigate the Singapore Sling. This ticket grants access to Zone 4.
Price: SGD 508
Stamford Grandstand Ticket holders are seated near Turn 7 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. This ticket grants access to Zone 4 only.
Price: SGD 448
Pit Combination This versatile pass grants ticket holders access to the Padang Grandstand (Zone 4) on Friday, Stamford Grandstand (Zone 4) on Saturday, and Pit Grandstand (Zone 1) on Sunday.
Price: SGD 988
Zone 1 Walkabout Combination This combination covers entry to the Pit Grandstand (Zone 1) on Friday and Saturday, and Premier Walkabout on Sunday.
Price: SGD 698
Padang Combination This combination grants admittance to the Stamford Grandstand (Zone 4) on Friday, Pit Grandstand (Zone 1) on Saturday, and Padang Grandstand (Zone 4) on Sunday.
Price: SGD 698
Stamford Combination The Stamford Combination ticket provides access to the Pit Grandstand (Zone 1) on Friday, Padang Grandstand (Zone 4) on Saturday, and Stamford Grandstand (Zone 4) on Sunday.
Price: SGD 598
Single Day Passes
Pit Grandstand - Sunday This pass grants access to all 4 zones and offers seating right opposite the team garages and Pit Straight. This ticket is available for Sunday only.
Price: SGD 888
Empress Grandstand This pass grants admission to seating near Turns 11 and 12 at Singapore’s Civic District in Zone 4, and Pitstop @ Empress Lawn – a wholesome family-friendly venue. Tickets are variably priced, with the cheapest ones on Friday and most expensive ones on Sunday.
Price: SGD 128 - 238
Padang Grandstand Granting access to Zone 4, the Padang Grandstand ticket provides seating near the Singapore Sling at Turn 10 and the Padang Stage. Tickets are variably priced depending on the day.
Price: SGD 138 - 388
Bay Grandstand The Bay Area Grandstand pass grants access to Zones 3 and 4 facing Marina Bay, perfectly placed to witness the post-race fireworks. Uptown entertainment venue access is also provided. Tickers are variably priced.
Price: SGD 98 - 188
Premier Walkabout This pass provides entry to all 4 zones, food and beverage joints around the area. Tickets are variably priced.
Price: SGD 128 - 388
Zone 4 Walkabout This ticket grants access to all grandstands and viewpoints on Zone 4, and Padang Stage. Tickets are variably priced.
Price: SGD 98 - 208
Tickets are non-transferable on the day or during the day of presentation, but each pass in a three-day ticket may be used by a different patron. The exact seat within the chosen grandstand is allotted electronically based on the best seating available at the time of booking.
How to Book
Tickets can be booked online from the official Singapore Grand Prix website or the SISTIC website.
Offline tickets can be purchased from the ticket booking hotline (+65 67386738) or at authorized ticket resellers.
Events and Highlights of Singapore Formula 1 Race 2019
The races are spread over three days, with multiple practice sessions and qualifiers.
20 September 2019 -Friday: 2:25 PM – 2:55 PM: Ferrari Challenge – Practice session 3:15 PM – 3:45 PM: Porsche Carrera Cup Asia – Practice session 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM: Formula 1 – First practice session 7:15 PM – 7:45 PM: Ferrari Challenge – Qualifying session 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM: Formula 1 – Second practice session
21 September 2019 - Saturday 2:40 PM – 3:10 PM: Porsche Carrera Cup Asia – Qualifying session 3:40 PM – 4:10 PM: Ferrari Challenge – First race 4:45 PM – 5:20 PM: Porsche Carrera Cup Asia – First race 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Formula 1 – Third practice session 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM: Formula 1 – Qualifying session
22 September 2019 - Sunday: 3:50 PM – 4:20 PM: Ferrari Challenge – Second race 4:45 PM – 5:20 PM: Porsche Carrera Cup Asia – Second race 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM: Formula 1 – Drivers’ Track Parade 8:10 PM – 10:10 PM: Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
The impressive entertainment lineup at the Singapore Grand Prix, spread over three days, consists of headliners, general stage acts, and roving acts.
Headliners The most popular artists and bands at the race, these acts draw crowds and are a must-watch!
20 September 2019 - Friday: Swedish House Mafia, Toots and the Maytals, Wolfgang Flur, J.S. Ondara
21 September 2019 - Saturday: Muse, Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Toots and the Maytals, Larkin Poe, Wolfgang Flur, J.S. Ondara, Lighthouse Family, The Ramona Flowers
20 September 2019 - Sunday: Fatboy Slim, Larkin Poe, Texas, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hans Zimmer, Lighthouse Family, The Ramona Flowers
General Stage Acts With performers like Daryl Knows, William J, DJ Honey, DJ Lizzy, Rah, Fflion, Glen Wee, NJWA, Raja Kumari, Ulysses, Swoon, and the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra, the general acts at the Grand Prix in Singapore are sure to get patrons pumped and raving between races.
Roving Acts These are spread across the four zones on three days. The mix of Singaporean and international performers includes Bloco Singapura, The Rhett & Tilly Show, Odd Socks, Snubby J & Heather Freed, Ming Da, Glitterbelles, Femme Fatale, Neon Pop Art, and The Bubble Pirate.
Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Venue & How to Reach
The Formula 1 Race in Singapore takes place along the Marina Bay Street Circuit. There are 9 gates to enter the venue, and they are all easily accessible by metro. The gates are a short walk away from the stations, and guiding signs are available at every turn.
Gate 1 – Republic Boulevard: Take the Circle Line and alight at Nicoll Highway MRT Station or the East-West Line to Lavender MRT Station. A free shuttle service is available from Lavender MRT Station to Gate 1.
Gate 2 – Temasek Avenue: Take the Downtown Line or Circle Line to Promenade MRT Station and walk to Gate 2.
Gate 3A, 3B – Stamford: Patrons can take the North-South Line or East-West Line to City Hall MRT Station, or the Circle Line to Esplanade MRT Station.
Gate 4 – Empress, Gate 5 – Fullerton, Gate 6 – Jubilee: Ticket holders can take the North-South Line or East-West Line to Raffles Place MRT Station and walk to the desired gate.
Gate 7 – Marina Square: Take the Circle Line to Esplanade MRT Station and walk to Marina Square.
Gate 8 – Helix: Take the Circle Line or Downtown Line to Bayfront MRT Station and walk to the Gate.
Origin of Grand Prix in Singapore
Inaugurated in1961, the Formula 1 Grand Prix used to be managed by Formula Libre, and the race was known as the Orient Year Grand Prix. A year later, the name of this event was changed to the Malaysian Grand Prix. After Singapore attained its independence in 1965, the organisation came up with yet another name, the Singapore Grand Prix. Back then, the race used to be held at the Thomson Road circuit. After the racing event held in 1973 reached completion, it was discontinued after that owing to some reasons, including traffic issues and safety problems.
It was in 2008 when this grand event came back to life as the Formula 1 Grand Prix, after the Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore GP Pte Ltd, and the CEO of the Formula One Management, Bernie Ecclestone signed a five-year contract, and the Government of Singapore decided to co-fund the event. The Formula 1 Grand Prix will certainly be held every year until at least 2021, owing to the extension of the agreement that was signed by the organisers in 2017. In 2012, the previous contract extension was agreed upon between the Formula One Management and the race organisers which lasted till 2017.