Whether you're a lover of K-Pop, J-Pop, jazz or pure campiness, our selections of what to do after hours during July 30 to August 1 will definitely sound like music to your ears.
Sundown Festival returns this year with a star-studded lineup featuring Afterschool, F.Cuz, SuG, LM.C and Tenko. A fashion show rounds up the music extravaganza that features the best in Asian pop and fashion.
Read our preview guide to the Sundown Festival here.
Saturday July 31 only, at Universal Studios Singapore. Tickets at $118.
Featuring two-time Grammy Award winning saxophonist Ernie Watts and Asia's very own Organamix with jazz legend Jeremy Monteiro on guitar and accompanied by Andrew Lim on guitar and Hong on drums, the concert will showcase these jazz veterans' vast repertoire which includes both originals as well as jazz classics
Read our interview with Jeremy Monteiro here.
Saturday July 31 only, at the Arts House. Tickets at $45 to $60.
If you're a fan of musicals, don't miss this night of laughter and mayhem with Celine Tan, Darius Tan, Dwayne Tan and Judee Tan as they entertain the crowd with their very own renditions of various musical standards. For maximum camp factor, be sure to dress up as your very own camp queen.
Saturday July 31 only, at Going OM. Tickets at $20 inclusive of one drink.
The Kundamal duo tell a tale of two brothers who have to take over their father's business after his death, together with the care of their mother and sister. As they become successful, greed starts to take over and they have to have the consequences of their overwhelming success, but not without a few surprises along the way.
Until Sunday August 1 only, at the Arts Centre. Tickets from $62 to $97.
If December is too long a wait for Christmas, get a taste of it down by Snow City, where there'll be Christmas caroling, Meet the Santa sessions, song requests and a storytelling session featuring The Story of Christmas every weekend.
Until August 9, at Snow City. Normal admission charges apply.