CQ Streetfest kicks off in April 2024 with daring escapes, hula hoops and aerial performances

, CQ Streetfest kicks off in April 2024 with daring escapes, hula hoops and aerial performances
From left: Pancho Libre, Rob Roy Collins and Akira   

The rejuvenation of CQ @ Clarke Quay has only just begun. The iconic riverside destination, which has been attracting visitors with lunch promotions and new stores and concepts,  kickstarts an exciting month of April with the street festival, CQ Streetfest.

From Apr 17 to 21, look forward to five days of electrifying performances and free family-friendly entertainment by world-renowned street artists from Australia, the UK, Mexico, Italy, Japan and Singapore. 

CQ Streetfest, organised by CQ @ Clarke Quay in conjunction with Covent Garden Entertainment, marks the metamorphosis of the area into a vibrant day to night destination with an array of activities for both locals and tourists to enjoy.

, CQ Streetfest kicks off in April 2024 with daring escapes, hula hoops and aerial performances

From stunts to acrobatics
Rob Roy Collins, the top escapologist in the UK known for his audacious stunts and record-breaking feats, will be the main highlight of the festival. His performances, which feature handcuff challenges and gravity-defying straitjacket escapes, are sure to enthral spectators with his showmanship and charisma.

Richard Garaghty
Richard Garaghty

Joining him is Italy-based performer Richard Garaghty from Covent Garden. Known for his hilarious juggling performances and skills on a 10-foot unicycle, he is set to captivate audiences with his contagious energy and crowd-pleasing antics.

Pancho Libre
Pancho Libre

Mexican circus performer Pancho Libre will showcase his acrobatic finesse on the cyr wheel (a single large metallic ring) and pole, while Australian Satya Bella will display her hula hooping prowess, blending grace, flexibility, and multi-hooping mastery garnered from performances across 42 countries worldwide.

, CQ Streetfest kicks off in April 2024 with daring escapes, hula hoops and aerial performances
Satya Bella

Akira from Japan promises a sensory experience for spectators of all ages with his high-energy act combining dance, DJ mixing, and live artwork creation. 

Akira
Akira

Not forgetting our homegrown talents, Adelene from Adedance Hoop and Silk Aerialists – Singapore’s own aerial performance troupe – will complement the international line-up. The troupe is renowned for its breathtaking displays at prestigious events across Asia.

Adedance Hoop & Silk Aerialists
Adedance Hoop & Silk Aerialists

There will be 45 shows spanning five days from Wednesday to Sunday from 6pm to 1030pm. Additionally, there are matinee performances on the weekends from noon to 130pm.


For more information, visit www.clarkequay.com.sg.