It’s an exciting weekend from 31 March to 2 April, as Coldplay returns to Singapore as part of their A Head Full of Dreams Tour and the Singapore Jazz Festival returns to Marina Bay Sands with an exciting line-up. 1. Coldplay – A Head Full of Dreams Tour Coldplay returns to Singapore after eight years to perform at the National Stadium on 31 March and 1 April. The highly-anticipated concert sold out all of its tickets for both shows. The last time a sold-out two-day concert happened at the Singapore National Stadium was in 1994 when the late Michael Jackson had his “Dangerous” show here. ...
Whether you’re a couple looking to spend some quality time together or a bunch of friends looking for some entertainment, this weekend has something in store for you. Indie film aficionados, boxing fanatics, history buffs and avid runners will also be well served.
Although the next public holiday may not be till April (which also brings along another extended weekend), this upcoming weekend has enough activities laid out to make you feel like you’re on a lengthy holiday. The annual Chingay Parade, FTISLAND (The Truth) Live in Singapore and Swapaholic Day are just some of the highlights this weekend.
Still recovering from the long weekend? Well, the Chinese New Year (CNY) festivities have only just got started with Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts and Gardens by the Bay’s Spring Surprise the highlights of this coming weekend, along with a shophouse hip-hop party and a flea market.
The Chinese New Year (CNY) celebrations also bring along with them the first extended weekend of 2017, packed with festivities and celebrations all across the island. The annual River Hongbao, Sentosa’s Love in Springtime and a tour of the Istana are just some of the highlights this weekend. Since 1987, the River Hongbao has been the annual welcoming party for the Lunar New Year.
Singapore Art Week (SAW) has more activities in store this week. If you’re not an art aficionado, fret not as there’s definitely something to entertain you this weekend. Metallica comes to Singapore, along with the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival and if you’re into fitness, there’s a bootcamp by the beach that’s bound to get your heart pumping.
The M1 Fringe Festival, which encompasses several art-related activities and showcases, has yet to conclude, and another art festival is all set to kick-off this week. The Singapore Art Week (SAW) promises 12 days of non-stop arts entertainment with several events lined up. Aside from that, the upcoming weekend also has a wide range of activities that will have you spoilt for choice. Options range from the Aliwal Urban Art Festival boasting contemporary art, street dancing and skateboarding, to a nature trek at Bukit Brown cemetery and a motor show.
The work week may have just started, but the scent of the upcoming weekend is already around the corner. Promising to be a blast of a year, the inaugural weekend of 2017 kicks of the preparations for the upcoming Chinese New Year, with several events lined up to welcome the year of the Rooster. The arts scene in Singapore also amps up with the Fringe Festival boasting several events over two weeks.
Celebrate Deepavali, admire the Asian contemporary art at the Singapore Biennale, catch the catwalk shows of Singapore Fashion Week, get a night full of laughs at Happy Ever Laughter with local comedians, join Halloween-themed events and more things you can do this weekend.