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The Coolest September 2018 Parties We're Definitely Rocking Up To

What better way to start the month of September than with our edit of the most kick-ass parties to be spotted at? Ahead, our picks.
Demo: The Fashion Party, 7 September (Friday)
Spearheaded by a bunch of creatives who have formed a collective known as Demo, this new concept party is dedicated to those who wish to challenge and push their own creative boundaries, as well as for the love of hip-hop music. Helming the decks at its first installation are resident DJ Knrck together with Fvder, Sounds of Fai (S.O.F) and MC Mr. Boo. P.S.: come dressed in your best to get a chance to be featured. 20 Upper Circular Road, Canvas Singapore. Tickets are priced at $20 before midnight and $25 after. 11pm-3am Tanjong Beach Club presents Smack My Beach Up: Fuel for F1, 9 September (Sunday)
In anticipation of the Grand Prix, Tanjong Beach Club will be throwing a huge bash to celebrate the commencement of the highly anticipated race. You can indulge in a variety of games (and booze, naturally) with DJ Jon White on decks spinning your favourite tracks of electronic music, progressive house, tech-house and more. 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa Island. Admission is free. 1pm till late Sky Grande Prix Glamour Pit Stop, 12 September (Wednesday)
Singapore‘s homegrown Formula 1 extravaganza Sky Grande Prix is back for its seventh edition with five nights of themed parties from 12 to 16 September. One to check out is the Glamour Pit Stop, which is a night dedicated to the ladies. What to expect: a ton of booze, vouchers from Canadian fashion brand Joseph Ribkoff, and even a showcase of jewellery brand Fervor Montreal’s latest collection. 10 Scotts Rd, Martini Bar at Grand Hyatt Singapore. 5pm till 3am Liquid State x Zouk presents Alan Walker, Seungri & Corsak, supported by Ghetto, 12 September (Wednesday)
To end off Music Matters Live 2018 Festival, our city’s superclub will be throwing an extravagant party featuring a lineup that will entice all EDM lovers. Alongside house music maestro Alan Walker will be Big Bang‘s Seungri, as well as Liquid State’s (it had its first sold-out show in Seoul earlier in May) brand new signee Corsak. PSA: there will also be several other surprise live performances set to run throughout the night. 3C River Valley Road, 9pm-4am.Tickets are sold here Johnie Walker Gold Label Reserve presents R3HAB, with Hong & Jeremy Boon, 15 September (Saturday)
Fadil El Ghoul (better known by his stage name R3hab) will finally be returning to Singapore this month at Zouk. The Dutch DJ is known for his pop savvy tunes and club bangers and has already helmed the decks of huge music festivals like Tomorrowland and Zoukout. 3C River Valley Road, 9pm-4am.Tickets are priced at $60 for both men and women Bang Bang DJ Agent SMTH, 15 September (Saturday)
Besides spinning at mega clubs in Hollywood such as Supperclub, Playhouse and Greystone Manor, he has also helmed the decks at some of Asia’s biggest music festivals like Ultra Japan and Korea, Storm Festival in Shanghai and Blohkparty in Hong Kong. What to expect: an eclectic night of electronic music, hip-hop, indie and, even rock. 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square. Tickets are priced at $45. 10pm till late Ce La Vi "Futurebound" — DJ EDX, 15 September (Saturday)
Not only is this Swiss-Italian a DJ, but he is also a producer, label head and founder of internationally renowned record company Sirup Music. The multi-hyphenated musician is known for hits such as Dharma and Feel The Rush, so expect a night filled with chart toppers and the best of electronic music to groove and boogie to. 1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands Tower 3. Tickets are priced at $38 before 6pm and $48 after 6pm. 6pm till late