Congratulations! You have officially survived 11 months of the year. There is still the little issue of getting through another couple more weeks before Santa comes ahoho ho-ing but at least you have this weekend to look forward to.
If like me, your one and only dance move consist of looking like an agitated monkey, why not take up some dance lessons at the DanceSports Lab? Suitable for all ages, every session comprises of four lessons which focuses on one type of dance. Pick any lesson that you like and dance your way out of looking like an awkward monkey on the dance floor.
The wildly popular Sundown Festival is back again for its fourth year running, featuring the most sought-after singers and bands from Japan, Korea, Taiwan and now Hong Kong and China. Expect to see acts like Alice Nine, BTOB and Raymond Lam among others.
More K-Pop madness happens at the Singapore Indoor Stadium this weekend with girl group 2NE1’s Singapore leg of their New Evolution Global Tour. These sassy lasses were recently in town to give us a glimpse of their concert this weekend and from what we witnessed that evening, this concert is going to be mad.
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Get ready to hop around ‘Gangnam’-style, all you so-called emotionless Singaporeans. Psy, the South Korean superstar, will be in town this Saturday for a one-night, one-hour-only free showcase to thank his fans at the Marina Bay Sands’ Event Plaza. Tickets are all snapped up but we figure you could drop by to do some of your own ‘Gangnam’-style dancing nearby or catch a glimpse of his entourage.
Celebrate Fred Perry’s 60th anniversary at the old Tanjong Pagar Railway station. The highlight of the celebration will be the screening of their “Subculture” feature which was commission to show the brands 60 year association with the British underground. The film, directed by Grammy Award-winner Don Letts, will feature the cultural commentary of the British subculture scene. Register for your invites to this fantastic journey into the British cultural underground.
Take a walk down the seedy past (and present) of Chinatown with the Chinatown Night Walk. Learn about the various entertainment options that were available to the newly arrived Chinese labourer back in the day when gas lanterns were the order of the day. From many opium dens to the brothels, the colourful tales to be told about Chinatown are definitely plentiful.
The Singapore Science Centre has always been holding exhibitions to educate visitors about the scientific rationale behind the things which happen in the natural world. This December holidays, you and your child can learn about how climate change is going to impact our lives at the Climate Change Exhibition. Calculate your carbon footprint and learn how you and your family can reduce it.
If you are keen to unleash the creative beast that you know is lying dormant within you, sign up for the Creative Thinking: Self Exploration and Discovery – Workshop at the Goodman Arts Centre. Explore how you can express yourself with the creative thinking and art. This is absolutely perfect for the coming holidays if you want to get a little DIY in your Christmas gifts.
For more ideas on more things to do this weekend, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend everyone and see you back here next week.