Things To Do This Weekend (17 – 19 March 2017)

Wind down this weekend with the highly anticipated Garden Beats Festival or traverse around Singapore to explore the different acts and performances held around neighbourhoods. On your way, stop by Capitaland malls to check out the different activities available at the Tsum Tsum Carnivals held at each respective mall. Travel through space and time with Constellations, and experience a infinite possibilities at this play that sold-out at Broadway.

1. Garden Beats Festival 2017


Sunshine Nation’s Electronic Picnic Festival is back with an eclectic line-up of international and local DJs like Tube & Berger, Teenage Mutants, Autograf, AVA Asante, and Nils Hoffmann amongst many others. Get your festival vibes on at the styling corner where festival-ready floral wears from A Better Florist are available, along with metallic tattoos, and face paint artists and hair stylists. At the play fields, engage in the largest human twister game, or show off your Hoopla skills. Pack some grub and chill at the electronic picnic fields with your friends, or head down to the culinary fields for some food from Deliveroo.

Date: 18 March 2017
Venue: Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park
Time: 1PM – 10:30PM
Admission: Regular tickets at $105
(more information here)

2. SmartKids Asia


At Asia’s largest educational kids’ fair, you can expect to partake in tons of activities that encompass family life, education, and fun fringe activities for your kids. There are complimentary snacks and drinks and colouring activities to keep the small ones busy as you sit in at the The Straits Times Parenting Masterclassses where you can gain parenting tips from experts including award winning author, Sha-En Yeo and many others.

Date: 16 -18 March 2017
Venue: Singapore Expo
1 Expo Drive
Singapore 486150
Time: 10AM – 9PM
Admission: Free
(more information here)

3. Choking Hazard: Closing Day


Kult gallery’s exhibition on discarded toys given a fresh new breath of life is soon coming to an end. To mark the end of Choking Hazard, they will be throwing a party where you can jam along with artists who have previously contribute to the exhibition, where they will be transforming the courtyard of Emily Hill into a giant masterpiece. You can get inked by Henna tattoo collective Henndrawn where you can choose from a catalogue of toy-inspired designs, or make your very own wearable toy from different parts of existing toys. Many other activities are lined up to bring this exhibition to a close. 

Date: 18 March 2017
Venue: kult
C2-5, 11 Upper Wilkie Road
Singapore 228120
Time: 3PM – 10PM
Admission: Free, some activities require a sign-up fee.
(more information here)

4. Arts in Your Neighbourhood


Throughout the month of March, get ready to be greeted by performances and art activities in your neighbourhood. Over 30 art activities will be feautured, with highlights including traditional musical and site-specific dance performances.

Date: Ongoing till 26 March 2017
Venue: –
Time: –
Admission: Free
(more information here)

5. Tsum Tsum Carnival


Tsum Tsums lovers will be pleased to know that their favourite Disney characters will be arriving at over 10 capitaland malls over the island. Take “Tselfies” with the figurines and partake in the different activities offered at each mall, like the Ninja Castle Challenge, win prizes at the Disney Tsum Tsum claw machine and make your own Disney Tsum Tsums at the Play-Doh workshop.

Date: Ongoing till 2 April 2017
Venue: –
Time: –
Admission: Free
(more information here)

6. NUS Arts Festival


This instalment of the NUS Arts Festival follows the theme “Brave New World”, inspired by Huxley’s dystopian ideas. With a slew of creative collaborations between young local artists and international performers, you can expect an enriching and stimulating medley of performances, talks, dance, theatre, music and films.

Date: Ongoing till 25 March 2017
Venue: National University of Singapore
21 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 119077
Time: –
Admission: From $19
(more information here)

7. Constellation


Traverse through space and time with Constellations – watch the romance between a physicist and a bee keeper play out in infinite realities. If you’ve ever questioned the narratives of a parallel universe, this award winning play will take you on a journey of infinite possibilities.

Date: Ongoing till 25 March 2017
Venue: KC Arts Centre
Robertson Walk
20 Merbau Road
Singapore 239035
Time: –
Admission: Tickets from $35, available here.
(more information here)

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