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Largest nightclub in S’pore opens April 12, has photobooth, ferris wheel & 3-storey-high slide

Big opening acts like A$AP Rocky and Tiësto.

Fasiha Nazren | April 12, 04:13 pm

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Marquee Singapore is finally opening its doors to the public on April 12, 2019.

Opening weekend with Tiësto & A$AP Rocky

At 2,300 square metres wide and 30 metres high, Marquee is set to be the largest nightclub in Singapore.

Photo courtesy of TAO Group
It’s so big, some booths can accommodate a party of 40. Photo by Fasiha Nazren

The nightclub located within Marina Bay Sands is also going big with its opening weekend, with world-renowned DJs like Tiësto and Afrojack as well as American rapper A$AP Rocky gracing the stage.

Tickets, inclusive of one drink, goes from S$38 for females and S$48 for males.

Instagrammable nightclub

Were you really at Marquee if you didn’t ‘gram it?

Marquee has a couple of Instagrammable locations, like The Big Q, a 30 meters-high ferris wheel with a photobooth within the club.

Photo by Fasiha Nazren

And to add on the carnival-like theme of the club, there is also The Sunny Slide Up, a thrilling three-storey-high slide that leads one straight to the club’s dance floor.

Photo by Fasiha Nazren
Photo courtesy of TAO Group

Ultra-high definition screens

Marquee also has 8K resolution screens all around the club.

This essentially means that the space is equipped with ultra-high definition screens that can display otherworldly backdrops to make you forget about your life outside the club.

Here’s a peek of what the screens can do:

April lineup

A nightclub isn’t complete without music, so here’s the full April lineup:

  • April 12: Tiësto
  • April 13: Afrojack & A$AP Rocky
  • April 18: Local DJ acts
  • April 19: Above & Beyond
  • April 20: Steve Aoki
  • April 26: Kaskade
  • April 27: Showtek

Where to go: Marina Bay Sand 2 Bayfront Avenue #B1-67 Singapore 018972
When to go: Fridays, Saturdays and eve of Public Holidays: 10pm to late

Top image by Fasiha Nazren

About Fasiha Nazren

Fasiha is only afraid of three things - cockroaches, her parents and the deafening screamos of post hardcore bands.

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