Sentosa Buskers Festival 2011

Check out the official website for this exciting event at!

You can take a leisurely stroll (highly recommended!!) from VivoCity Shopping Mall’s waterfront promenade, made easy by two-way canopy-covered travellators. Guests are encouraged to leave their cars behind on mainland Singapore and take the MRT to HarbourFront station at VivoCity Shopping Mall, before making their way to the Sentosa Boardwalk. Of course you can also use Sentosa Express, a taxi or your own car.

Here's the map of the event, Sentosa Buskers Festival 2011:

Screenshot of Sentosa Buskers Map

Do refer to this Daily Buskers Performance schedule.

Darn. I'm so interested to check out this festival & to snap a lot of photos & to blog about it under a very predictable post titled, "Sentosa Buskers Festival 2011 - Photos Galore". Sigh. Iwanttogo. Iwanttogo. Iwanttogo.

The Sentosa Buskers Festival is back and it promises a bigger ensemble with a focus on charity.

The Festival, which is now in its second year, will bring in 13 acts between September 3 and 11.

From traditional Japanese juggling teapots and cups to circus performers, the Festival's more than 180 performances promise to entertain.

All donations at the end of the performances will go to the Community Chest.

The Festival's charity component is in conjunction with the launch of Sentosa's inaugural charity initiative - Sentosa Gives.

The Festival is free of charge and is open to the public between 4pm and 10pm daily at four locations around Sentosa.

The four locations are: Merlion Plaza, Imbiah Garden (Amphitheatre), Songs of the Sea (Forecourt) and Siloso Beach (Area opposite Skyline Luge Sentosa).

Island admission charges apply.

The Festival expects to attract some 110,000 spectators this year.

From Channel NewsAsia, "The Sentosa Buskers Festival returns".


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