Weekend Guide (9-11 March): I Light Marina Bay, Singapore Design Week

This weekend, indulge in some ’90s nostalgia, learn something at the museum, and be dazzled by the annual illuminated art installations at Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay and Esplanade Park.

I Light Marina Bay

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The annual lights show is back with more art installations extending beyond Marina Bay into the Esplanade Park. Considered to be Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival, with 22 light art installations by local and international artists, the event also includes the Art-Zoo and numerous food stalls to keep the whole family entertained.

When: 9 March – 1 April
Where: Marina Bay Waterfront
Price: Free

I Love 90s Concert

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Fans of everything 1990s are in for a huge treat with this line-up of music’s hottest acts from those years, such as 911, 5ive and S Club (formerly S Club 7). Fans will enjoy a night full of dancing and nostalgia celebrating songs that defined a generation.

When: 10 March
Where: The Star Theatre
Price: From $118 (via online)

Singapore Design Week

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This year’s event returns with a design and heritage trail around spaces perfect for Instagram-worthy shots. There will also be the International Furniture Fair and the anchoring Singaplural show at the National Design Centre.

When: 6 – 18 March
Where: Various locations
Price: Free

Ice Cream Sundays: Boogie At The Barracks

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Our favourite party returns with more funky tunes and delicious cocktails at Singapore’s art enclave Gillman Barracks. The lineup of DJs includes Mugic Soundsystem and Adam Searle. Along with the disco and house beats will be food and plenty of art to check out.

When: 11 March 2018-03-06
Where: Gillman Barracks
Price: Free

Marine Open House at Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

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Missed the Marine Open House at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum last year? Fret not, as it has returned. There will be complimentary guided tours and talks by experts on marine science. Visitors can also win prizes by participating in treasure hunt and photo contest.
 

When: 10 March 2018
Where: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Price: Complimentary Admission