Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (15-17 Apr 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 13 April 2016 2:32 PM | Updated 2:32 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (15-17 Apr 2016)

Dutch EDM superstar Nicky Romero headlines the Zouk mainroom this Friday. The dance music upstart has already dropped standout tracks with Avicii, remixed Zedd and Calvin Harris, and produced songs for Rihanna and Britney Spears. His tunes consistently chart in the Beatport Top 10. Expect a lot of young EDM fans losing it for this one.

A highlight of this year’s Voilah Festival, Luminéoles Ballet (above) brings a special dreamlike dimension to the Supertree during the Garden Rhapsody at Gardens by the Bay. The show brightly illuminated flowers on ground and coloured kites in the air as they gracefully dance with the elements and create beautiful shapes as they travel.

If you’re looking for something new to kit out your home with, don’t miss theRobert Bosch Exklusiv Sale 2016.

Norwegian dance music producer Djuma Soundsystem holds court at Canvas On Saturday. Djuma Soundsystem´s productions such as ‘This Sound’, ‘Jaded’, ‘Bipolar’ and ‘Les Djinns’ have been going from strength to strength.

Rugby 7s

Pack your picnic baskets and head down to the Botanic Gardens for the opening concert of the Voilah! French Festival featuring the Open String Quartet led by soloist Amaury Coeytaux. 

The prestigious HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevensreturns to Singapore after a decade with 16 international teams battling it out for Rio qualification at the National Stadium. 

Clarke Quay transforms into a 3-day party (like it isn’t a party everyday already) with the After 7s Music Festival, featuring Clarke Quay’s resident bands and prominent local music acts including Singshot,10.Seconds and Zyncxation.

Learn how to blend and create your own scents, perfumes and scented candles at Gallery & Co. this Saturday.

A combination music, art, comedy and theater, Blue Man Group  is unlike any performance you've ever experienced. And if you're lucky enough to see it from the first few rows, it will hit you in more ways than one. So don’t miss this one.

Tulipmania returns in full bloom at Gardens By The Bay (through 22 May | Flower Dome | $12). Witness a stunning spectacle of tulips set amidst an elegant Persian-style backdrop, and learn about how the flower originated in the ancient Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey) and its significance on Turkish arts and culture.

Check out our events calendar for many more ongoing events and series around our bustling little island!