From the slime-filled shenanigans at the Nickelodeon Slime Cup, to the brutal mixed martial arts fights of the One FC and the tap dance spectacular that is 'Tap Dogs', here's what to check out this weekend.
Kids & family
Head down to United Square for the Nickelodeon Slime Cup, also known as the slimiest sports event ever! From carnival activities, to sports like futsal, there will even be a ‘slimefall’ (a slime waterfall). You can even get up close with Nickelodeon characterslike Spongebob Squarepants and Patrick Star. More details here. Don’t forget to bring an extra set of clothes!
Over at the National Museum, check out a special exhibition called Masak Masak: My childhood. Other than familiar playgrounds and larger-than-life versions of familiar games, there will also be special film screenings. Admission is free.
A blow-up version of the famous slide from the Toa Payoh playground, now sits outside the National Museum Singapore
For an educational weekend, wander into life-sized exhibitions of the human body at the Science Centre Singapore: Human Body Experience. Step into the mouth of a giant human face, and be guided inside the circulatory, digestive, immune, nervous and respiratory systems.
For more ideas on what to do this June holidays, check out our jam-packed June Holiday guide.
Singapore’s very own Radeem Rahman will be representing the lion city at One FC’s Honor & Glory MMA championship at the Singapore Indoor Stadium tonight. Read our story on howRahman got a second chance at being a professional fighter here.
Catch 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' under the stars with the family at Changi City Point. There's even free flow popcorn.
Arts & culture
35 Singapore-based female artists have come together for a one-off exhibition of illustration, graphics and contemporary art centred around being raised in the age of Asian pop culture and mass media called‘Girls of the Underworld’ - happening tonight at the Kult gallery.
Australian production ‘Tap Dogs’ is only in Singapore for a few more days at the Marina Bay Sands Theatre. From mind-boggling dance footwork to death-defying upside-down tapping, the show is pure entertainment.
Music & nightlife
Get ready for Balkan beats and swing tunes tonight at Gypsy Jazz at Artistry cafe tonight. Two gypsy jazz acts, So Ma Fan and Gypsification, will perform live, while Ernesto from Kilowatt Soundsystems will spin tunes after. Entry is free.
Meet Korean boyband B.A.P up close at City Square mall tonight at their fan meet before their ‘Live on Earth’ concertat the Star Performing Arts Theatre tomorrow night. 10 pairs of tickets to their concert will be given away at the fan meet!
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.