From old school rock 'n' roll legends to new school K-pop superstars, there's plenty of music to catch this week. But there's also Singapore Design Week and fun activities for the family. Read on for more details.
Concerts & nightlife:
Catch a free live screening of the Rolling Stones concert at Marina Bay Sands on March 15. While the veteran rockers are playing their sold out concert in the grand ballroom, you can watch a live simulcast the MBS Event Plaza. Before the main show, there’s a whole line up of Singapore rock bands to whet your appetite. More details here.
VIPs listen up! Over at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, catch Big Bang’s G-Dragon, Seungri and Taeyang for an exclusive fan meeting. Expect perfomances of their solo records, including G-Dragon’s “Coup D’Etat” and Taeyang’s “Ringa Linga”. Besides songs, they will be engaging with fans via stage activities.
It’s the last three days of the tenth and final edition of Mosaic music festival. Catch The Big Pink and Young Dreams on Friday, The John Pizzarelli Quartet and Alpine on Saturday, and Neko Case and Charlie Lim on Sunday.
Japanese 'math rock' never looked so good. Tricot, an alternative rock band from Kyoto, is known for their complex chord progressions and post-rock-inspired tunes. On Friday, they hit Home Club as part of their Asia tour. Just check out their stellar track, 'THE'.
Over at Zouk, it’s one night only with famed Swedish DJ, Eric Prydz at Eric Prydz Presents Pryda Featuring Fehrplay and Jeremy Olander. It will be his only club stop in Asia, and his Asian debut before he heads over to Future Music Festival Asia,
“Call on me” by Eric Prydz
Activities for the family:
It’s the inaugural Singapore Design Week. This Saturday, check out Design Trails: Creative Circuits, which is a hop on, hop off shuttle service that lets you explore design trails around Singapore. It includes stops at designer’s studios, designer havens and spaces in and around the city centre.
Over at Dhoby Ghaut Green, there’s the Levi’s Commuter Bike Shop as part of Sigaplural 2014. There you can get free tune-ups and even take part in a bike sprint contest. There are more Design Week highlights here.
Work done by a member of Urban Sketches Singapore
A network of artists called “Urban Sketchers”, meet on weekends to sketch landmarks around Singapore. You can join them on one of their sojourns round the island. The best part is that prior sketching knowledge and experience is not needed. More details here.
Spend a fun day out with the kids on Saturday and Sunday, by becoming an outdoor garden detective and solving The Great Garden Mystery! Follow the clues to uncover curious plant facts that will lead you to the truth, and earn you a Garden Detective badge. More details here.
Here's another one for the kids. Sign up for a sleepover with the dinosaurs on display at the ArtScience Museum's "Dinosaur's Dawn to Extinction" exhbition. There's one this Sunday, 16 March, and one on Friday, 21 March. Recommended for children aged 6 to 12 years old, the sleepover also includes a movie screening and interactive activities. It's $120 per child participant (free for accompanying adult) and more details are available here.
For more ideas on more things to do this weekend, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend and see you back here next week.