Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (8-10 Jan 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 06 January 2016 12:52 PM | Updated 1:11 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (8-10 Jan 2016)

Berlin DJ and producer Claptoneholds court at Velvet Underground this Friday.

Claptone needs no introduction to electronic music fans after releasing club and radio hits like his anthem ‘No Eyes’ and smash remix for jazz hero Gregory Porter. 

Japanese pop-singer Eir Aoi performs at the Coliseum this Saturday.  if you’re a regular watcher of anime, chances are that you’ve already heard at least one of her catchy in anime series like ‘Fate/Zero’, ‘Kill La Kill’ and ‘Mobile Suit Gundam AGE’.

Rock out with the Queen of Mando-Pop AMEI at the National Stadium. Expect an audio and visual feast with a specially curated list of songs which include A-Mei's classic ballads, catchy dance tracks and Amit's expressive rock jams.

Japan’s most celebrated company of martial arts drummers, Drum Tao returns to Singapore to present ttheir brand new show Hyakkaryoran Hanabiat the new Mediacorp campus Theatre.

Don’t miss Treasures of the World exhibition at the National Museum where more than 230 artefacts and relics from The British Museum are displayed. Check out the mummy that was falsely rumoured to have sunk the Titanic, discover ancient Mesopotamian graves or just learn about the history of the ancient world.

K-pop supergroup EXOreturns to Singapore this weekend with two dates at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. 

Get a peek into Singapore’s possible future at the Future of Us exhibition. Here you can get a glimpse of how Singaporeans can live, work, learn and care in the future in an immersive and multi-sensory experience.

Looking to furnish your home for the New Year? Head down to 30 Gul Way for Crate and Barrel’s outlet sale. Expect up to 80 per cent off ex-display pieces, select holiday items, dinnerware, serveware, lightting and beddings.

Catch up on new Singapore music by young musicians and bands here at Esplanade’s All Things Newseries of gigs. Discover homegrown music from the likes of singer-songwriter Linying, jazz act Octaves, neo-soul trio The Suitcase and many more.

Take a journey behind the scenes of the biggest scientific experiment in the world at ColliderBlending science and theatre, the award-winning exhibition will bring visitors on a journey of scientific discovery via a tunnel-like design which replicates the European Organisation for Nuclear Research's (CERN) underground facility. 

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