Things To Do This Weekend (13th – 15th October 2017)

Excitement is in the air as the weekend approaches with an array of activities going on this October weekend. Whether you are looking for a good scare this Halloween month, a casual and chill weekend with friends , or an adrenaline-filled weekend with two music events happening, there is something for everyone to look forward to this weekend!

1.  Fred Perry Subculture Live


Kick start a night of celebration of the British label’s strong relationship with music and street culture with a line-up featuring upcoming local music talents alongside international powerhouse the likes of Gary Powell (The Libertines) DJ Set, Homegrown Astreal and The Betts, together with vaporwave-inspired and glitch-infused visuals by Empyreal. 

Other event highlights includes:
The Subculture & Their Stories
Where stories and portraits of icons from the music scene are gathered together. You can also discover their all-time and new favourite music by scanning unique Spotify codes that will be on display.

The Gaming Room by PlayStation™ Music
Dive into an interactive entertainment experience by PlayStation™ Music where you can immerse yourself in their latest games alongside custom created playlists.

Not forgetting the booze, thirst quenchers concocted by Hendrick’s Gin as well as beers from Heineken will also be available.

Date: 13 October 2017
Venue: Esplanade Annexe Studio
1 Esplande Drive
Singapore 038981
Time: 7PM – 12AM (Doors open at 6.30PM)
Admission: Register for invites here.
Registration closes 11 October, Wednesday

2. Fred Perry x The Council: Subculture Live After-Party



The night is still young as it advances on with an official after-party by music agency The Council, as they transform the converted club space of Esplanade Annexe Studio into an underground rave with DJs Julien Brochard, Yadin Moha, Jamie React and Cats On Crack spinning till dawn. So for a change of the usual music scene, why not grab your friends and head down for an adrenaline filled friday night?

Date: 14 October 2017
Venue: Esplanade Annexe Studio
1 Esplande Drive
Singapore 038981
Time: 12AM – 4AM
Limited First Release – $20
Second Release – $30
Final Release / At the Door – $40
Book tickets here.

3. Odyssey Presents: 3×3



If a night filled of EDM pumped adrenaline ain’t enough for you, this is just for you. Odyssey Singapore presents 3×3, a seaside music festival happening at Wavehouse Sentosa for an entire duration of 12 hours long from 3PM to 3AM this Saturday, 14th October. With an international line up featuring Booka Shade (Live Set), The Magician, Stwo and Eli & Fur and supporting acts like Electrokat (House Set), Inquisitive, Fyan H x Vanan M and Jasmine Sokko, be sure to expect sick beats, beach party vibes and an endless night of non-stop raving.

No worries about your meals as food stalls like 21 Sliders and The Lab will be there all day and night to satisfy your hunger pangs.

Date: 14 October
Venue: Wavehouse Sentosa
36 Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 099007
Time: 3PM – 3AM
Admission: Free when you sign up via iGo. Sign up here.

4. Be.Live Yoga And Breakfast


Start out your Saturday morning afresh with a Yoga & Breakfast event organized by The Fabulous Baker Boy. As it is a multi-level yoga class, the class is suitable for beginners as well. Do remember to bring your own mat as well as a small towel and a bottle of water to keep yourselves hydrated. After a revitalizing workout, savour a healthy scrumptious breakfast spread with freshly baked organic banana muffins, homemade granola with greek yoghurt and slow-pressed fruit juices prepared by The Fabulous Baker Boy.

Do drop them an email at for mat rental availability ($5 each) as there are limited available.

Date: 14 October
Venue: The Fabulous Baker Boy
70 River Valley Road
The Foothills, Fort Canning
Singapore, 179037
Time: 8.30AM – 10.30AM
Admission: $25. Tickets available here.

5. Asian Youth Theatre FestivalASYF


Organized annually by Scape Singapore and supported by the National Youth Council (NYC), the Asian Youth Theatre Festival brings youths of all culture together to experience and explore the various artistic landscape of theatrical arts. Coming from all over South East Asia, this years’ lineup will feature a total 10 youth theatre groups, all of which will be performing and holding workshops. This includes The Youth Company from Singapore, Deep Acting Youth Theatre from Vietnam, The Actors Studio from Malaysia and many more! There will also be a flea market alongside local band performances happening throughout the weekend so do come by and show our local and international talents some support.

Date: 13 – 15 October
Venue: Scape
2 Orchard Link
Singapore 237978
Fri: 3PM – 10PM
Sat: 10AM – 10PM
Sun: 10AM – 3PM
View festival schedule here.
Admission: $10 – $15. Book tickets here.

6. National Museum of Singapore 130th Anniversary Celebrations



To celebrate the iconic culture institution and landmarks’ 130th birthday, admission to all galleries are free all birthday weekend! Come and immerse yourself in the National Museum’s rich history, the building itself, galleries and the people behind them through art installations and guided tours.  Enjoy a meal at the buildings’ restaurant establishments as well as live music performances and craft activities for the little ones as well.

Date: 13 – 15 October
Venue: National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road
Singapore 178897
Time: 10AM – 10PM (last admission 9PM)
Admission: Free

7. WKND FOLKS Pop Up Market



A perfect weekend escape from the busyness and stress of the city life, WKND FOLKS is a pop up market happening at Buzz In The Woods, Pheonix Park. Featuring a variety of mostly retail products,  fashion label MECS, active wear label Rosacore Active, leather craftsman Rever and jewellery brand Soami are just some of the designers that will be selling their goods. Fresh florals from Skinnyblooms will also be available at the Pop Up Market for you to select from. So come away this weekend for a memorable good time with your family and friends. And yes, furry pawfriends are invited too!

Date: 14 – 15 October
Venue: Buzz In The Woods, Phoenix Park
320 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247980
Time: 11AM – 6PM
Admission: Free

8. Halloween Horror Nights 7



Singapore’s most anticipated annual Halloween event is back for all weekends in the month of October. Universal Studios Singapore will be having their 7th year running of Halloween Horror Nights with the theme of 7 Deadlier Sins, promising you ‘sinister’ thrills and spooks all night long. This year, 7 Deadlier Sins brings you 5 terrifying haunted houses, 2 daunting scare zones and 2 killer live shows. In addition, the new zombie laser tag experience assures you an heart-pumping battle against flesh eating zombies.

Not forgetting the theme park’s resident thrilling rides such as Battlerstar Galatica: HUMAN vs CYLON, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle and Revenge of the Mummy will also be opened throughout the night should you need to take a break from all the jump scares and floating ghosts roaming the grounds.

Check out the USS HHN 7 Mobile Application to get a sneak peak of what is to come before the real horror begins while also standing a chance a win F&B vouchers! Download the app at Google Play or Itunes App Store.

Date: 29 September to 29 October – Weekends only
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
8 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098269
7.30PM – 12.30AM on 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29 Oct 2017
7.30PM – 1.30AM on  14, 21, and 28 Oct 2017
Admission: Tickets prices differ for various entrance passes.
More information here.

9. Autumn Harvest



Despite having only one season in Singapore all year round, Autumn has come to the Flower Dome of Gardens By The Bay in the ‘Autumn Harvest’ floral display. The display features a lush flower field covered in different hues or orange, red, gold and green.Traditional seasonal crops, as interpreted in creative ways, inhabit the land with abudant of produce like pumpkins and florals like heleniums, phloxes and chrysanthemums. Located in the mini Halloween exhibit, the pumpkins take on a twist of infinite shapes and decorated versions. Some of the more whacky ones include the pristine white “Polar Bear”, the pretty striped “Pump-Ke-Mon” and the bizarre-looking “Red Warty Thing”.

Look out for the giant pumpkin lantern located by the Mediterranean Garden as part of the annual Mid-Autumn Festival.

Date: 1 September – 29 October
Venue: Gardens By The Bay, Flower Dome
8 Marina Gardens Dr
Singapore 018953
Time: 9AM – 9PM
Admission: Ticket prices differ across the different combinations of conservatory passes.
More information here.

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