Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do in Singapore this weekend.
Friday, 19 February
Prepare to get bedazzled at Chingay 2010, which showcases Singapore in wondrous ways beyond your wildest imagination.
Until Saturday, at the F1 Pit Building. Tickets from $25 to $80.
Don’t miss the Godfather of Cantopop’s triumphant return to Singapore with a brand new concert, following his successful sold-out concerts in Hong Kong recently.
Today only, at the Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $78 to $168.
Saturday, 20 February
Rev yourself up for Singapore’s biggest street dance party’s return with an even bigger venue to party in. Party the night away with international acts such as Space Cowboy (Digital Rock Star - UK), DJ Sarasa a.k.a Silverboombox (Japan), Singapore’s very own DJ Andrew T and DJ Inquisitive dishing out Hip Hop/R&B/Electro-pop grooves.
Saturday only, at the F1 Pit Building. Tickets at $20.
Arguably Taiwan’s most talented female indie singer-songwriter, Sandee Chan, also affectionately known to her fans as “Princess”, has also written hundreds of hits and produced albums for pop artists such as Sammi Cheng, Nicholas Tse, Valen Hsu and Jolin Tsai, on top of writing songs for films such as In the Mood for Love directed by Wong Kar-Wai, and creating 11 solo albums.
Saturday only, at the Esplanade. Tickets from $45 to $85.
Sunday, 21 February
This annual event marks the end of the NUS Creative Writing competition, and celebrates the works of established artistes such as Ng Yi Sheng and Chris Mooney Singh as well as other budding student writers.
Sunday only, at the Arts House. Free.
Bursting onto the scene in 2000, Taipei’s slick Brit-rocking quartet has released four studio albums as well as 2006’s Silver Sun, an obscure, guitar-driven concept EP about Vincent van Gogh. Tonight the Beatles-loving crew continues the Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts 2010.
Sunday only, at the Esplanade Recital Studio. Tickets at $25.