It’s a busy weekend ahead with the year's biggest party, but there's plenty else to do. From Zoukout to the Real Escape Game there is something for everyone.
This Friday and Saturday night's Zoukout is back and it’s time to get ready to party! This year there are some huge names from Afrojack to Martin Solveig to Zedd, it will be two wild nights of dancing until the sun comes out. If you need any more reason to go, here are 5 reasons not to miss ZoukOut 2013. Don’t forget that this year Zoukout has gone cashless too.
Here's Zedd’s 'Clarity' to get you into the mood:
If you’re looking for a concert with a different vibe, the 11th International Guitar Festival’s concert series will be on this weekend. World class guitarists, including Latin Grammy nominee Berta Rojas, as well as Eric Franceries and Franco Morone will be showcasing their talents.
Straight off London’s West End, The Woman in Black hits Singapore shores for limited performances. Said to be the most terrifying theater experience in the world, you’ll be transported into a ghostly world. Some tickets are still available here.
Wind down with a bit of yoga by heading toYoga in the Park. After a hiatus, Yoga in the Park is returning to Singapore for a limited number of classes this holiday period starting this Saturday at 5:25pm at Jacob Ballas Children’s Park. Check out Yoga in the Park’s Facebook page for more details.
Looking for a way to distract the kids for a couple of hours? The Real Escape Game: Escape from The Bank is the perfect thing to do. To escape you’ll need team building skills, imagination and to enjoy the thrill of games. Teams are made up of 6-7 people so it is fun that all the family can be in on.
Why not do some Christmas shopping for your music lover friends at DELITUNES by record label, Universal Music. Located at the front plaza of Plaza Singapura, you’ll be able to get everything from CDs and DVDs to vinyls by The Beatles, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and loads more. Runs till 31 December. Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday, 5-9pm / Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11am- 9pm.
There’s even a life-sized Abbey Road for photo opportunities. Recreate the iconic album cover with your friends.
Finally, why not check out a Singapore Biennale event? Artist Speak Cryptic is holding a workshop on Sunday where participants will be able to take part in mask making and explore how surroundings shape our identity. More information 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.