|Portugese singer Lura from Cape Verde entertains at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre|
|Vintage cars on display during the F1 weekend|
|Fabulous outdoor theatre Lady in the Moon performed at the Padang just before the race|
|Standing on equal ground with the audience in the rain !|
|What a sport !|
For these past few years , the Singapore night race has been described as a jewel in the crown of the F1 grand prix circuit . Unique because it is the only night race of its kind in the world and rousing because all kinds of festivities come together with the race as the main attraction.Before Hamilton, Rosberg, Alonso and the rest rev it up on the tracks, the Padang, the Esplanade and the surrounding areas host the performances of magicians, outdoor theatre and exotic sounds of world class performers. I was basking in the glorious night light that lit the grounds of the Marina Bay area, moving from the performance of Portuguese singer Lura at the Esplanade outdoor theatre to the fabulous outdoor performance of Lady in the Moon at the Padang. It was breathtaking to take in the sights of red balloons in the air with a mascular performer doing his twirls in mid-air above the crowd and in contrast, a lady doing likewise with grace and femininity.
The highlight of the evening right after the race was Robbie Williams in concert . But just as he stepped onto the stage at 10.30, the skies let it go with torrential rain. The bright stage lights dramatized the impact of the rain which cooled the humid air all around. Feeling the raindrops come down on me and watching Robbie (who chose to perform in the rain) made it all so surreal. At this point, 2 beautiful English lasses pulled me up to the front of the crowd knowing how I was blocked by the much taller Europeans who were all around. I never had such an enjoyable time at a concert despite being soaked all he way ! Robbie let it go his way with his hits Come Undone, Let me Entertain you and even jazz classics ! By the time Robbie belted out Angel, the crowd was totally won over despite what the elements threw at them.