Weekend Guide

Super Junior comes to town!

By inSing.com EditorEvents - 26 January 2011 8:30 AM | Updated 8:36 AM

Super Junior comes to town!

It’s definitely music to our ears this weekend, with megastar powerhouses from both the East and West coming to rock our stages!

White-hot Korean superstars Super Junior need no introduction with their legions of screaming fans, while indie darlings The Temper Trap headline the long-awaited Laneway Festival. We’re way excited, and so should you!


They’re finally here! Hunky Korean boyband Super Junior's Super Show 3  (Sat and Sun, Jan 29-30) sparked a furor by having their show sell out within hours after ticket launch, but limited tickets for the 2nd concert are still available, so get yours now!

Boasting the biggest-ever stage at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, get ready for an electrifying 360-degree view from all angles, boosted by massive LED screens, a unique two-tiered circular platform and even hydraulic platforms.

For a taste of the Super Show magic, check out the trailer below. Get ready to be blown away!

On the other side of town, a dazzling lineup of music stars prepare to rock Fort Canning Park at Asia’s premier Laneway Festival (Sat, Jan 29). Apart from headliners The Temper Trap, other exciting acts Warpaint, Deerhunter, Ladyhawke and Foals also make the evening very, very worthwhile. Not convinced? Check out our preview guide for highlights, then get your tickets now!

Love local music? We do too! That’s why we’ll also be at veteran indie band Typewriter’s Indian Head Massage concert (Fri, Jan 28, tickets available) to bop along to songs played from the band’s new release debut double-album.


The Temper Trap



For a more mellow vibe, check out Sunset Sessions with DJ Nori (Fri and Sat, Jan 28-29) at Prive where for $68++ you get two drinks, free Asian-inspired tapas set to music that culminates in a set by the legendary DJ Nori, all the way from Tokyo.

Lastly, wind down the weekend on a sensual note with PIAZZOLLA! Not only Tango (Sun, Jan 30, tickets available), featuring talents from Spain, Germany, Armenia, Singapore, Bulgaria and the UK to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Piazzolla’s birth.

What a whirlwind weekend! You won’t be lacking for things to do, that’s for sure. For more inspiration on what’s on, check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend everyone, and don’t forget to check back next week for the best of what’s on!