Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (17-19 June 2016)

Events - 15 June 2016 3:00 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (17-19 June 2016)

Homegrown jazz stalwart Jeremy Monteirotakes to the stage again this Friday at Victoria Theatre for a night of bossa nova. Features Brazilian singer Juliana Da Silva, Singapore songbird Melissa Tham and Jazz Brasileiro – a 7-piece ensemble.

Groove to music and do some good this weekend at Alive Singapore 2016where you can listen to hits from the likes of Jeremy Monteiro, Mark Chan, Ferlyn G, Ling Kai, Tay Kexin, MICappella and Ruth Kueo, with guest performer Supper Moment from Hong Kong.

English born, LA based producer Chris Barratt aka Eagles and Butterfliesdishes out chunky house and techno this Saturday at Kyo.

One of the world’s most popular musicals, ‘Les Miserables’ returns with a brand new grittier staging. See it live during its limited run here at the Esplanade Theatre.

Catch your misunderstood ogre-turned-hero live in the flesh at Shrek The Musical. See Shrek save a princess not quite in distress, with help from his trusty donkey sidekick and other famous fairy-tale folk. 

Our favourite mid-year event returns for its eighth edition. Beerfestis back at the Marina Promenade with more than 500 brews for you to chug down. Also don’t miss all the music acts such as Killer Queen, AbbaFab, Major Tom, Slippery When Wet as well as local heroes Jack & Rai with The Day Trippers, Shili & Adi and Sweatshop Jam.

It’s the kids’ turn to be artists at Superhero Meexhibitions at Objectifs. Enjoy an immersive art experience featuring art by children from four special-education schools.


Teen pop sensation Greyson Chance and homegrown singer-songwriter Inch Chua are doing an acoustic gig  this Saturday at Serangoon Gardens’ Myvillage rooftop.

Mosey down to Turf City this weekend for a spot of retail therapy and gourmet goodies at the June edition of PasarBella Pop Market.

It's going to be a month-long Father's Day celebration at Madame Tussauds. All dads wearing the Dads for Life’s ‘Celebrating Fathers’ wristband distributed to all schools and national servicemen can enter for free when accompanied by a ticket holder.

Check out our events calendar for many more ongoing events and series around our bustling little island.