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Mid-Autumn Festival @ Gardens by the Bay
Lanterns + Lights + Online Family Fun!

To keep the tradition of the Mid-Autumn Festival alive and bring cheer to everyone as they adjust to life in the new normal, Gardens by the Bay will be celebrating Mid-Autumn with a mix of onsite and online offerings from September 18 to October 4, 2020.

Illuminating the Gardens will be 6 lantern sets embracing the significance of the Mid-Autumn Festival with the themes of family reunion and unity in the community - qualities that are especially meaningful in these extraordinary times. The main highlight of this year’s light-up is Apricot Grove (杏林送暖), which features apricot flowers in various stages of blooming, enhanced with gobo lighting effect to simulate falling petals. Inspired by the Chinese fable of Dong Feng (董奉), a skilled and generous medical practitioner from the Three Kingdoms period (三国时代), this lantern set at Golden Garden is a floral tribute to healthcare workers.

Other Lantern Sets Highlights:

Water Song (但愿人长久)

Colonnade of Lights (灯廊) and Illuminations of Joy (挂灯结彩)

Royal Family’s Walk (皇室出巡)

10 Prosperity Rats (吉鼠呈祥)

In place of live performances and activities at the Gardens, this year’s celebrations will be brought into your home through a series of online programs. There will be a virtual preview of the lantern displays, performances by award-winning flutist and composer, Rit Xu, and Chinese dance duo, Li Ruimin, and Zheng Long, a snow skin mooncake demonstration conducted by People’s Association, Chinese craft tutorials as well as haiku.

Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens By The Bay with lanterns, online performances, and activities - a mix of onsite and online offerings just for this year.

September 18 to October 4, 2020.

Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953, +65 6420 6848, Website

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