Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this September

The Ryan Higa Asian Tour meet and greet session in Singapore (the YouTube star’s first official visit here) will feature a buffet dinner and an intimate Q&A session hosted by Sixx’s Aarika Lee.
This year’s Singapore Toy, Games, Comic Convention (STGCC), will see guests like Kaiju toy creator Mark Nagata (pictured in slideshow) and street artist Tristan Eaton gracing a program filled with cosplay, meet and greet sessions with famous illustrators, and even music performances. 
Whether you love or hate the Harry Potter series, the spoof production Potted Potter helps make sense of it all.

One of the best things about Singapore is its abundance of cultural festivals and a big happening is just around the corner—the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival. See lanterns in all shapes and sizes hanging from the tent rafters as you browse kitschy knick knacks and sample new mooncake flavors at the fair.
Home spa concierge Sole Service officially launches at the Tanjong Beach Club with The Beach Rubdown, where you can sip cocktails in between free foot, back, neck and full-body massages.
The final Smack My Beach Up party in Evian’s Live Young series will feature a Daytona Simulator right on the beach. Time to get your drink on.
Join in the merriment as Velvet Underground’s lounge and dance rooms transform into whimsically verdant playgrounds for the Midnight Garden: Velvet Underground’s 18th Anniversary party. 

The key event in September is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2012, but that can get a little tricky to navigate around. Here’s a quick guide on what’s happening during the three-day high-octane season.
If you’re a fan of American indie pop songstress Ingrid Michaelson, definitely be there for her concert—we look forward to hearing the melodious “The Way I Am” (see music video below) from her debut album Girls and Boys, live!

Robyn fans—go on an electropop power trip as the pixie cut blonde performs songs like “Dancing on My Own” (see music video below) live, for the first time in Singapore.