1st – 18th August 2024

Singapore's premier open-air cinema celebrates its 10th anniversary this August.

Glenfiddich Films At The Fort combines award winning films with gourmet food and cocktails at the historic Fort Canning Green.

Only open from 1st-18th August 2024, experience what the Singapore media have described as "a must attend event" and "annual pilgrimage for its many loyal fans."

Tickets to the 10th edition of Glenfiddich Films At The Fort are now on sale and expected to sell quickly again.

A curated programme where every film's a winner

The 2024 programme has been curated so that every film is worthy of a night out with friends.

Be enthralled by CHALLENGERS, jam to BOB MARLEY: ONE LOVE or laugh out loud to THE FALL GUY. Explore the full programme here.

A social cinema that's made for friends

Glenfiddich Films At The Fort offers cinemagoers a completely different experience to an indoor cinema.

Instead of arriving late into a dark cinema, arrive early, picnic on the lawn and enjoy the pre film ambience with friends.

DJ's and instrumentalists set the vibe from 5:30PM until the film starts at 7:45PM.

With everything from charcuterie boards to cocktails, you won't need to lift a finger

The Providore has been our trusted food partner for years and for good reason!

Serving up a freshly prepared menu of delicious dinner and dessert options every night of the event, all you need to do is turn up and relax.

There's also a fully stocked bar at the event selling cocktails, wine, beer and non alcoholic drinks at reasonable prices.

Glenfiddich Whisky

From Hollywood blockbusters to indie films, whisky has long played a starring role in the world of cinema.

We invite you to experience the perfect blend of cinematic enchantment and unrivalled indulgence at the inaugural edition of Glenfiddich Films At The Fort.

Come and capture the magic of the silver screen with the world’s most awarded single malt Scotch whisky.

A tranquil escape overlooking Singapore's skyline.

Fort Canning Park is an iconic hilltop landmark that has witnessed many of Singapore’s historical milestones. The hill once sited the palaces of 14th century Malay Kings and served as the Headquarters of the Far East Command Centre and British Army Barracks.

The park is now a beautifully restored natural amphitheatre surrounded by trees and overlooks the city skyline.


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