Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do in Singapore this weekend.
Friday, 26 February
Itching for an adventure, an exotic getaway or a romantic sojourn? Take the first step by coming down to Singapore’s largest travel fair to book your dream holiday.
Read about our preview guide to the NATAS travel fair here.
Until Sunday, at the Singapore Expo. Tickets at $4.
Making waves in the Chinese music scene, electro-pop duo The Carrchy has been described as a breath of fresh air, Let their music wash over you and lull you into whimsical dreamlands that you’d be happy to bop to.
Read our preview guide on The Carrchy here.
Friday only, at the Esplanade. Tickets at $25.
Only one of the legends in progressive house, get ready to welcome Timo Maas back to Singapore with this gig that is guaranteed to blow you away.
Friday only, at Zouk.
Saturday, 27 February
Indulge in a day of holistic healing with this event especially dedicated to the celebration of love and healing, wisdom and creativity, and fun and laughter. Expect workshops like Spoon-Bending, Develop Your Intuition, Talk to Your Crystals, Personal Profiling, Kundalini Yoga and more.
Saturday only, at Suntec City. Tickets at $6.
June Bride is a great musical comedy starring the versatile and evergreen Grace Chang and Zhang Yang. Audience will be brought to a new dimension with Grace’s portrayal of a young bride being caught under the cross fire of conflicting emotions.
Saturday only, at China Square Central. Free admission.
One of the more consistently booked electronic music DJs internationally, Stephen Mandrax promises a night of fuelled revelry with his unique combination of great ear, understanding of the dance floor and skills in the booth.
Saturday only, at Stereolab.
Sunday, 28 February
Back for its third year, this popular 3-race series designed to suit every level of fitness and skill guarantees that there’s something for everyone. Work off those post-CNY caloric binges by making this weekend a healthy one.
Sunday only, at Sentosa. Registration required.
The Noise Singapore Festival showcase is back with a vengeance to demonstrate the spectrum of diverse artistic talent Singapore youths can offer in the creative fields of Art & Design, Music and Photography. The exhibition allows viewers to not just immerse themselves in the creative energies of Singaporean youths, but also to experience the creation process and be inspired to become artists themselves.
Until March 10, at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Free.
Fans hungry for more after the Backstreet Boys’ energetic performance at the 2009 Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix will be ecstatic for this opportunity to catch their idols live in a full performance. Practise first at home on karaoke.
Read our preview guide on the Backstreet Boys here.
Sunday only, at Suntec International Convention Center. Tickets from $68 to $148.