Weekend Guide

Disney On Ice and Parties Galore After Dark, This Weekend

Events - 18 March 2010 9:00 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

Disney On Ice and Parties Galore After Dark, This Weekend

We bring you the top 5 must-catch events happening after hours this weekend. Miss them at your own peril!


1. Disney on Ice

Enjoy a few hours of family fun with the perennially popular Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto as they embark on an adventure through the park. Swing to the beat on the Jungle Cruise™ with Baloo, rock-n-roll with Stitch in the Tiki Room; have a blast with Buzz Lightyear on Space Mountain™; and take a wild spin on the Mad Tea Party™ with Alice and the Mad Hatter. The fun doesn’t stop there – other cartoon favorites also make an appearance.

For more ideas on how to beat the heat with your kids, read our guide here.

Until March 21, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $15.50 to $75.50. 


2. SAM Inside Out Party

The popular Inside Out Party returns with performance art exploring the interaction between you, the audience and them, the artists. Indie musicians and video art complementing experimental electronic sets of 8-bit sounds, funk, beat juggling and scratching by Sidabitball, Ikuma and Thugg help pump up the volume.

Saturday only, at the Singapore Art Museum. Free admission to galleries and activities.


3. Django 100 Gypsy Swing

Come celebrate king of manouche (or gypsy) guitar "Django" Reinhardt’s  100th birthday with 21st century gypsy jazz of guitar virtuoso Frank Vignola and his sizzling Hot Club. Performing the exquisitely joyous and deliriously fresh style of music that Django is best remembered and revered for 57 years after his passing, Vignola and his Hot Club promises to drum up the crowd with music full of virtuosity, charisma, heart and humour, that has been played to great acclaim.

Saturday only, at the Esplanade Recital Studio. Tickets at $30.


4. Kevin and Marcus Loh Concert

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch this talented father-son guitar duo, Marcus and Kevin Loh. Kevin picked up classical guitar at age five, gave his first public solo performance that same year,   featured in ChildAid 2008, and was named one of Singapore’s next “Bright Young Things” at the Mosiac Music Festival 2008. Marcus is a self-taught classical guitarist and has won prizes at the Singapore Guitar Festival in 1983, 1984 and 2004. Both currently play with the ensemble, Guitar Synergy.

Friday only, at the NUS UCC Theatre Foyer. Free admission.


5. Disco Party

Boogie like John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, to the tunes of the Bee Gees, Kool and the Gang, Donna Summer and many more 70s - 80s disco greats. Come dressed up in bell bottoms, bright colours and big hair! Featuring local bands, Funkers and No Request.

Saturday only, at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre. Free.


For more events on after hours this weekend, go here.