Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore (10th – 11th March)

Festivals, bazaars, and workshops in March

iLight has just kicked off this week, which means that most of us would be heading down to view their much-anticipated light installations. But if you’re still on the lookout for more things to add to your schedule, here’s a list of other fun-filled events all lined-up – there are festivals, bazaars, a pool party, and even a satirical theatrical dining experience!

1. MAKEPLAY & LASTPLAY

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Currently in its 5th season, PRESSPLAY is an annual arts festival for youths. Soak in the nostalgia and reminisce your childhood with this year’s theme – REWIND! – that’s 80s and 90s-inspired, and consists of 2 parts – MAKEPLAY and LASTPLAY.

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Try your hand at a variety of craft workshops at MAKEPLAY, which includes film photography, embroidery, soy candle making, and pottery. Then, join in the fun at LASTPLAY, the finale party with live performances, DIY booths for old-school trinkets like Hama Beads and Friendship Bracelets, and food and drink pop-up stalls by The Travelling C.O.W!

Note: Check here for MAKEPLAY’s workshop details, and RSVP here to enter LASTPLAY.

LASTPLAY
Address: National Library Singapore, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
Date & Time: 10th March 2018 | 8PM – 12AM

2. Sunday Social MarketThings to do (10h & 11th March) 6Source: Camp Kilo Charcoal Club

If bazaars and fleas are your kind of thing, make a trip down to Camp Kilo Charcoal Club for the Sunday Social Market, where there’ll be adrenaline-pumping house music, delicious food, and handmade crafts for sale by local brands and designers.

DJs spinning will include Giuseppe G and DJ Riff Raff, and health nuts will be pleased to hear that Popaganda and Kroodi are some of the pop-up food stalls at the bazaar, so that you can refuel with freshly squeezed fruit popsicles and organic plant-based chow.

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You’ll also be able to shop for funky sunglasses, handwoven rattan handbags, and even handcrafted teak homewares, so be prepared to spend lots!

Address: Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, 66 Kampong Bugis #01-01 Singapore 338987
Date & Time: 11th March 2018 | 12PM to 10PM
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3. Ice Cream Sundays: Boogie at the Barracks

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Partygoers, head down to Ice Cream Sundays: Boogie at the Barracks for some merrymaking with live DJ sets, dance music, and a premium liquor pop-up bar.

Dance to house, disco, funk, and soul music as you drink your fill of signature house pours and beers on tap, and feast on freshly made artisan hot dogs and tacos from Sidecar Sausages and Phat. Popbar Singapore will also be around for you to cool down with some customisable gelato popsicles.

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Plus, there’ll also be a thought-provoking art exhibition by recognised artist Marcin Dudek if you need a break from the partying – it explores the themes of football hooliganism and its subculture, as well as violence from the anxieties of the working class.

Address: Yeo Workshop, Gillman Barracks, Blk 1 Lock Road, 01-01, Singapore 108932
Date & Time: 11th March 2018 | 2PM – 10PM
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4. Adventures in Grimmsneyland

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If you’re the adventurous sort and are always up for something new, you’re in for a treat at Adventures in Grimmsneyland – Andsoforth’s latest pop-up theatrical dining experience about the darker and raunchier side of our beloved fairy tales.

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Interact with the characters in the play as you roleplay as villagers and farmers while dining on 4 fairy tale-inspired dishes and 1 complimentary alcoholic drink – there’s even a “galaxy bar” to hang out at after the show!

Plus, as with all Andsoforth’s events, the location is a secret until you confirm your booking online – it’s selling fast, so make sure to sign up ASAP!

Date & Time: 10th March 2018 | 7PM
Ticket Pricing: $108
Website

5. Aquaholic Pool Party

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For those of you who are bored of the usual few clubbing spots in Singapore, grab your swimwear and head to FOC Sentosa’s Aquaholic Pool Party, where there’ll be quality music by resident DJS, live music performances, a range of premium alcoholic drinks on exclusive offer, and yes, a large pool to take a dip in!

Admission is free, and if you’d rather chill by the pool on a pool sofa, pool bench, or even a beach cabana, you can book yourself a spot here – at $200 for a cabana that can hold 4-8 pax, it’s only an affordable $25 – $50 each!

Address: 110 Tanjong Beach Walk, 098943 Sentosa Singapore
Date & Time: 11th March 2018 | 4PM – 11PM
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6. Magners International Comedy Festival

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If you missed Russell Peters’ live show in Singapore the week before, not to worry – the Magners International Comedy Festival is here, and it is the biggest comedy festival in Asia, with comedic heavyweights like Doug Stanhope, Dustin Moore, and even our homegrown talent, Fakkah Fuzz.

With a total of 3 shows playing this weekend, your funny bone is in for a real treat. Catch Get Juiced to see Singaporean and Malaysian comedians battle it out, or Sunday Night Laughter for more international acts. For those of you who can sleep in on a Monday morning, sign up for The Late Show, the grand finale where you’ll get to catch multiple acts, both local and international!

Note: Check here for more event details.
7. Singapore Sports Hub Water Festival

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Sports fans and exercise junkies, ditch your weekend workout plans and make your way to the Singapore Sports Hub for their Water Festival – you’ll get to splash in a water playground, float down a lazy river, and try your hand at water drumming and wave surfing!

Admission is completely free-of-charge, and there’ll also be dragon boat and beach volleyball competitions to watch, as well as an intriguing “water bottle fitness” workout that combines piloxing, zumba, and a water bottle with a mist spray.

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Plus, there’ll also be outdoor movie screenings with complimentary popcorn while stocks last, so make sure to head down early!

Address: OCBC Square, Water Sports Centre, Splash-N-Surf
Date & Time: 10th – 11th March 2018 | 9AM – 7PM
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8. Art-Zoo

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Bring out your inner child at Art-Zoo, Singapore’s largest inflatable playground that’s back for the 2nd year running. With 15 brand new interactive inflatables, you can be sure that you’ll have a blast!
Keep your eyes peeled for Little Kong, a 6-storey high gorilla photo backdrop, The Beetles, a dark cave inside an inflatable ladybug with brightly-lit balls to play with, and Magical Rainbow, a giant 19m high unicorn with a total of 6 slides to whiz down from.

Here’s the real highlight of the playground though – the BBB (Bubbly Bear Bath), which is a humongous ball pit with over 150,000 balls and lots of other smaller inflatables inside, making it perfect for a ball pit fight!

Note: If your birthday falls on the month of March, you get to enter Art-Zoo free – all you’ll have to do is to bring a payable friend along!

Address: The Float @ Marina Bay
Date & Time: 9th March – 1st April 2018 | Mon – Thurs: 5PM – 10PM, Fri – Sun: 3PM – 10PM
Ticket Pricing: Online: $17.80 | On-site: $18
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