Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do after hours in Singapore this weekend.
Friday, 12 March
Don’t miss Daze's first artwork on display in Singapore.
Read an interview with the artist Chris “Daze” Ellis here.
Until March 21, at Tanjong Pagar Distripark. Free admission.
Germany's very own tastemaker, trendsetter and mover-shaker-extraordinaire, Steve Bug, is back in town with his unique brand of darker, edgier grooving sound, breaking ground in both Techno and House music. Don’t miss his distinctive “Bugnology” mix series, now in its 3rd installment.
Friday only, at Zouk.
Saturday, 13 March
From now till the end of March, ION Orchard will be bringing shoppers and visitors the first ever free series of outdoor movie screenings at an Orchard Road mall to allow shoppers to lean back and relax for a moment’s respite from shopping. Suitable for kids of all ages.
Saturday only, at the Ion. Free.
After being propelled to fame on One Million Star, Jam Hsiao (萧敬腾) will be making his debut in Singapore. Expect hits from from his albums such as ‘Forgive Me’ (原谅我), ‘Collection’ (收藏), The Prince’s New Clothes (王子的新衣), ‘Stone That Knows Pain’ (会痛的石头), and‘Princess’ (王妃), as well as hits and classics in English, Hokkien, Japanese and Cantonese.
Saturday only, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $68 to $148.
Sunday, 14 March
Aged between 15 and 25, the Bright Young Things are selected through an audition process and have undergone a rigorous training programme with their instructor mentors Andrew Lim and Soh Wenming to prepare for these living room sets. Come witness their talent and creative energy as they perform a programme of jazz standards.
Sunday only, at the Esplanade Concourse. Free.
Don’t miss this special workshop by trumpet virtuoso Randy Brecker and saxophone extraordinaire Bill Evans, also known as Soulbop, a unique musical experience combining elements of funk, jazz, soul, and blues. Part of the Mosaic Music Festival.
Sunday only, at the [email protected] Free.