1. AMBER LOUNGE
Perfect for: A full-blown glam bash with the A-listers.
What to expect: Lavish spectacles fit for glitzy, adrenaline-charged junkies. Having hosted the likes of Kim Kardashian and Prince Harry, Amber Lounge is attuned to the most demanding of partygoers. This year, they're debuting the Magnum Pleasure Bar, where guests can customize Magnum ice creams with a variety of toppings. You can look forward to performances by KELIS and DJ Ono of Bangkok Raiders.
When and where: 17-18 September, 11pm-6am at Temasek Reflection.

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2. HOTEL VAGABOND'S EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Perfect for: A venturesome dip into the unorthodox.
What to expect: Everything except a classic dinner-and-drinks combo. Setting foot in French designer Jacques Garcia's Art Deco wonderland will take you into the dramatic plunge of a theatrical five-course dinner choreographed by the fiendishly talented artist Kate March. And after dinner, the Vagabond Salon is all set to blare the beats of certified turntable spinners — including DJ Erok, F1 Red Bull team's official DJ.
When and where: 16-17 September, 8pm-4am at Hotel Vagabond.
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3. THE PODIUM LOUNGE'S A-LIST AFTER-PARTIES
Perfect for: Elbow-rubbing with the GP podium winners (Lewis Hamilton to Nico Rosberg, you name it) under a ceiling of twirling acrobats.
What to expect: The crème de la crème of luxe. Situated within the track, the afterparties boast a high-octane music line-up. The Podium Lounge hails Grammy-approved Estelle, the British pop duo sensation Me & Mrs Jones with Sophie Ellis-Bextor on vocals and Richard Jones on the deck. There's also a much-awaited comeback of Mark Doyle and the Fierce Angel Collective. 
When and where: 16-18 September, 10pm at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia.
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4. 
CATO'S REHYDERATE
Perfect for: Swapping the mad F1 multitude with underground beats.
What to expect: Known for its fervour to go against the grain, the restaurant-bar offers a selection of minimal techno, soulful house and groovy electro from DJs Tristan Kino, Christophe Pierre and Jeck Hyde respectively. Although a power triplet in their own right, it is Hyde who takes the cake as the renowned French DJ who's been making waves with his warmly hypnotic sound since the early '90s.
When and where: 17 September, 10pm at CATO.
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5. 1919 WATERBOAT HOUSE'S ROOFTOP AFFAIR
Perfect for: Race enthusiasts looking for a splendid vantage point of the hairpin Turn 13.
What to expect: In the company of well-curated amuse bouches and free flow wine, immerse yourself in the heart stopping onsite action as you watch the thrills of the racetrack amidst the panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline. Make your way up after dinner to The Rooftop Bar for an evening alongside premium tipples and jazzy performances. Don't worry if you can't secure a good spot, the practice, qualifying and actual races are screened live.
When and where: 16-18 September, at 5pm-12.30am at 1919 Waterboat House.
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6. CÉ LA VI'S NIGHT RACE WEEK
Perfect for: A music jamboree against the panoramic cityscape view of the twinkling racing horizon.
What to expect: With a champagne flute in hand, get all revved up with the 88-hour raging sets of international DJ acts: Grammy-nominated Gregor Salto's original dance music, Red Bull Racing official DJ Erok's hip hop drops and Swiss tropical master Gil Glaze's deep future house.
When and where: 15-18 September, 6pm at CÉ LA VI.
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7. KYO'S AFTERBURNER
Perfect for: Getting you sorted with the top dogs of the clandestine music scene.
What to expect: An affair of local and international DJ acts spinning techno to house. Southeast Asian DJs Shigeki, Nandi and Victor G are on the bill, and if one day isn't enough, the following night presents a collaboration between Franc-based producer Sebastian Léger and residents of the club, DJs Haan and Zig Zach.
When: 16-17 September, 10pm at kyo.
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8. 1-ALTITUDE'S THE CIRCUIT
Perfect for: A 282-metre perch above the sea that comes with 360-degree views of the track.
What to expect: Descending upon 1-Altitude to get the beats going for three nights are big-name doyennes KimKat, Katty Q and Kenneth G. And if you're not a party animal or an F1 fiend, the farmers' market down at 1-Altitude's restaurant Stellar has got you covered. With 25 vendors setting up shops of artisanal gins, Italian produce, wines and desserts, there's a splendour of treats to see and eat.
When: 16-18 September, 6pm-4am at 1-Altitude.
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9. TIGER MILK'S F1 ROOFTOP PARTY
Perfect for: A discreetly laid-back barbecue and booze night.
What to expect: Looking for a hideaway from the self-proclaimed race pundits? The Peruvian rooftop bar of The Club Hotel joins in the racing fever for low-key revelry of the sporting event with barbecue and beats aplenty. It's alfresco, so dress down, gather your mates and kick back with a beer or three while watching the live screening of the race.
When and where: 15-17 September, 6pm at Tiger's Milk.
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10. KULT GALLERY'S POWER RECORDS
Perfect for: A sweet escape from racetrack junkies and a much-needed break from EDM and its friends. 
What to expect: The gallery is bringing the '80s back with a transformation into a record store right out of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. With a cultivation of over 20 artists' reinterpretation, think: Remixed album art, deconstructed vinyls and installations inspired by David Bowie. While all you crate-digging old-schoolers scour for vinyl records, intimate acoustic sets by homegrown musicians will get feet tapping and heads bobbing to the era's rad jams.
When and where: 16 September, 7-11pm at Kult Gallery.
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