This weekend is all Christmas and holiday fun for everyone, from A Universal Christmas at Universal Studios Singapore to The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival. For something a bit more low-key, there is Yoga and Movie Under the Stars. A Universal Christmas Head down to the Universal Studios Singapore theme park at Sentosa to partake in some merry-making with Christmas fantasies brought to life. Explore Santa’s Workshop, and enjoy both an aerial acrobatics display as well as a Santa’s sleigh parade. Visitors can also watch a special Christmas live show set against the New York Zone. ...
There’s more Christmas fun this weekend for the whole family with Christmas markets at South Beach and Keong Saik Road. If you are not feeling the festive spirit, there is still fun to be had, such as at the Bee Gees Tribute Concert and launch of a new Freitag corner at Gallery & Co. at National Gallery Singapore. Santa’s Workshop at The South Pole The Local People, known for their art markets, descends this weekend on South Beach Avenue creating a Christmas Party for everyone in the heart of the Civic District. ...
This coming weekend brings us all kinds of end-of-year December fun from mainstay nightlife event ZoukOut to Christmas fairs and even a Santa Run.
This first weekend of December brings us the festivities of the holiday season, from the highly-anticipated Christmas Wonderland 2017 at Gardens by the Bay, to a festival book fair. There is also Disney in Concert: Frozen for some fun for the whole family. Christmas Wonderland 2017 Singapore’s biggest yuletide fair returns for its fourth edition with a giant luminous Christmas Tree, part of the Italian luminarie – Sculptures of Light throughout the fairground. ...
School’s out, and there’s plenty of fun to be had around Singapore this weekend. Look forward to a host of activities for kids, while adults can indulge in everything from raves to workshops.
It's going to be a big weekend for fans of Korean hit drama Goblin with one if its lead actors, Lee Dong Wook coming to our shores for a fanmeet. Shopaholics who love flea markets - especially the ones in Thailand - can also brace for the inaugural Artbox Singapore market.
It’s going to be a big weekend for fans of American pop group Fifth Harmony, snack lovers and shopaholic mothers.
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. ...
Here’s what’s happening in Singapore this weekend, from Friday (24 March) to Sunday (26 March).
Here’s what’s happening in our little red dot this weekend, from Friday (17 March) to Sunday (19 March). Arts in Your Neighbourhood Arts in Your Neighbourhood by the National Arts Council will be hosting art performances and activities at various heartlands across Singapore. While all of the activities are free, be sure to register online. When: Till 26 March Where: Islandwide Price: Admission is free NUS Arts Festival Take part in the 12th edition of the NUS Arts Festival with over 25 events in store, ranging from dance, music, film, and theatre. ...
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.
The city offers many options to usher in the New Year, including a rave party at Siloso Beach, fireworks at Marina Bay, a hip-hop street party at Haji Lane and two parties under one roof just across the road at Aryaa. For the non-party animals, there are also laid-back activities such as a trip to Singapore’s very own vegetable farm Bollywood Veggies, contemporary art exhibitions at the Singapore Art Museum or Singapore’s quietest beaches at St. John’s and Lazarus islands.
Rave to the sound of KSHMR, Martin Garrix and Alan Walker at ZoukOut 2016, be mesmerised by beautiful Christmas light sculptures at Gardens by the Bay and eat to your heart’s content at Gain City’s Food Festival – there’s something for everyone to indulge in this weekend.
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.