With the Singapore International Festival of Arts round the corner, the time is perfect for netting air tickets on flights bound for Singapore. Be prepared to relish a world of dance, theatre, music and visual art.

Singapore is one such holiday destination that remains in the good books of worldwide travellers and it really doesn’t have to blow its own trumpet. Colourful festivals and gala events take place throughout 365 days, making it a year-round destination. The perennial viability of this tourist spot is something that sets it apart from other Asian destinations. Travellers who are planning a visit to Singapore during the month of August and September must stay prepared to get thrilled and electrified by a distinct world filled with limitless fun and celebrations. Preparations are on full swing for the extravagant Singapore International Festival of Artsto be held from August 12th to September 21st, 2014. This annual festival is an amazing platform showcasing cutting-edge dance, theatre, music and visual art of international standards. Here are some of the major draws of the carnival that are great enough to overwhelm every holidaymaker who is investing on air tickets on flights during this time.

About the Festival

The much celebrated Singapore International Festival of Arts is basically an annual celebration of performing arts presenting quality works in dance, music and theatre. Moreover, this gala event aims to inspire diverse audiences through great artistic experiences. The 2014 edition of the festival is particularly themed as ‘Legacy and the Expanded Classic’ and will be held over six weekends from 12 August to 21 September 2014 in different venues all over the city. The wonderful theme of the season of SIFA turns the spotlight on the legacies of the 20th century social, political, personal and art legacies.

The O.P.E.N

The O.P.E.N. – Open, Participate, Enrich, Negotiate, is an incredible public engagement initiative luring global travellers to reserve air tickets aboard flights to the city just to be part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts. Much famed as a popular academy, this unique attraction has been designed in a very special manner to make it bit more approachable and inclusive for one and all. The best part of this initiative is that it blends the different ideas, issues and themes with people. A part of this event is a wide variety of platforms that include talks, screenings, workshops, dialogues and performance demonstrations in casual and intimate settings.


The SIFA offers its visitors a wide plethora of performances that are sure to leave them gloating over their decision to book tickets on flights to Singapore. This rebranded and revamped carnival kicks off with a spellbinding opera Facing Goya by well acclaimed composer Michael Nyman. This certainly revolves around the long-lost skull of Goya. The festival will feature in total of 12 works that include Give Me Your Blood and I Will Give You Freedom, Mystery Magnet, Martha@….1963 Interview and Sambaso. Some other shows which promise a perfect treat to Singapore holidays include Disabled Theatre, Listen to the 20th Century, Peter Pan, Amid the Clouds and Festival Heart: Into the Wild. All these unique styled programs promise to make SIFA a big success. Travellers may visit the official website of the festival to book tickets and choose good accommodation options in order to avoid last minute chaos.

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