Stuff to do this weekend in Singapore
The hip, trendy shopping mall and hangout celebrates its second anniversary with a full day of events starting with futsal, roller derby, DJ battles, performances by West Grand Boulevard and more.
Date and time: June 23, 11am-9.45pm
Venue: Playscapee, *SCAPE
Price: Free. Log on to www.scape.com.sg for more.
An Evening of Jazz on the Roof
British saxophonist Greg Lyons and his ten-piece band Omniform will serenade shoppers with smooth numbers under the stars.
Date and time: June 23, 7pm
Venue: Level 3, Amphitheatre, VivoCity
Smack My Beach Up
The Evian Live Young Series always means something different than the usual night at the club – this time, try out roller derby, get a massage or shop swimwear from a pop-up store, on top of grooving to cool music.
Date and time: June 24, 2pm until midnight
Venue: Tanjong Beach Club
Price: Free. Log on to www.tanjongbeachclub.com for more information.
A celebration of dubstep and drum and bass as local music producer Naz, William J and others put their unique spin on the genre.
Date and time: June 23, 9pm-4pm
Price: $15. Log on to www.homeclub.com.sg/dubstep-presents-basspressure for more information.
SixTeen Dance Masterclasses
Join the best teachers – Korea’s Lockin Khan and Poppin’ J, and America’s Kumari Suraj – who will bring their brand of hip hop and waacking (a riff on Vogue-ing) to aspiring Singapore dancers at the SixTeen Dance Masterclasses.
Date and time: June 22, 10am-3.30pm
Venue: Esplanade Rehearsal Studio
Price: $25 from SISTIC. Log on to www.yfest.com/2012 for more information.
One Night of Queen
For the generation who didn’t get to see the great Freddie Mercury perform, this is probably the next best thing. Gary Mullen, said to resemble the Queen frontman, leads this tribute band in hit songs like I Want To Break Free, Another One Bites The Dust and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Date and time: June 22-23, 7.30pm; June 24, 5pm
Venue: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands
Price: $50-$125 from SISTIC.
Angry Birds Adventure
Can’t get enough of the viral game? Then take a ride on a cable car adorned with the characters, and their signature chirps and snorts playing – guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Date and time: Now to December 2012, 8.45am-10pm
Venue: Mount Faber
Price: $18-$29 from SISTIC. Log on to www.singaporecablecar.com.sg/angrybirdsonmountfaber for more information.
Our Indian Forefathers and Their Trades in Singapore
Take a tour through this fascinating exhibition which traces the professions of Indians in Singapore since the 19th century.
Date and time: Now to July 17, 2012; 10am & 11am
Venue: Little India, Malacca Street, Market Street, Chulia Street and Arab Street
Price: Free. Email email@example.com to register.