What to do this weekend (March 8-10)
Adam Lambert Live in Singapore
This March, American Idol finalist Adam Lambert will hold his first-ever concert in Singapore. With his powerful vocals and a penchant for the theatrical, the Glamberts amongst you will know it'll be a live performance not to be missed.
Wax On Wax Off at The Loof
Anyone can mix up some beats on a MacBook Pro, but how many can do as good with vinyl? This Saturday at the Loof, they’re stripping it down at Loof, a new regular event where you get to dance to only vinyl. No Serato, no iPod, just good ole records. This first in this series will kick off with Kurt (Clash the Disco Kids), Darren Dubwise, Gerald Ang and Kane Ian.
Date: March 9, 2013
Time: 9pm till late
Venue: The Loof
Mosaic Music Festival 2013: Grimes
There is a powerful harmony in Grimes that lulls the deep listener into a phantasmic state, sourcing the long forgotten spells that run alongside humans for centuries and forcing them through a hyper-futuristic filter. Claire Boucher weaves together the arts of 2D, performance, dance, video and sound to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine" (Bullett Magazine).
Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino
Andrea Bocelli, the world's most beloved tenor, makes his cinema debut in his new Love in Portofino concert, released for a limited engagement at selected Golden Village cinemas. Backed by supporting talent and a 40 piece orchestra, the evening is hosted by multiple Grammy award winner David Foster. The concert is preceded by a rare interview with Bocelli which is exclusive to cinemas.
Date: March 9, 2013
Venue: GV VivoCity, VivoCity
Admission: $25 for the public, $21 for GV members. Go to www.gv.com.sg for more information.
International Fitness Week 2013 with Helen Vanderburg
Helen Vanderburg (Canada) will introduce new ways to bring mind and body exercises to the next level, by incorporating BOSU® into the workouts. Come down for an exclusive BOSU® Mind-Body launch session as she introduces dynamic exercise sequences to enhance the workouts. She will also be involved in a Pink BOSU® Party, where proceeds will go to help raise funds for the Community Chest.
Date: March 9, 2013
Time: 2-3pm (Pink BOSU® Party – for Fitness First members), 5-6pm (BOSU® Mind-Body session with Helen Vanderburg)
Venue: Fitness First Platinum @Millenia Walk
Admission: To register, visit www.internationalfitnessweek.com
“I Love You So Mutt” Exhibition Finale
Celebrate the finale of a great run from “I Love You So Mutt”, a dog portraiture exhibition helmed by local illustrator, Adeline Tan, this March 10. Doggy treats such as meat cakes and biscuits will be sold, and six puppies from Gentle Paws shelter will also join in the celebrations. So if you're looking for a little more love in your lives and homes, do come down and consider adopting one. Your own pooches are more than welcomed to indulge in light bites, drinks and meet other dog lovers!
Date: Mar 10, 2013
Venue: Mad Nest
“Seasons Change” Art Exhibition
This March, 7Adam pays tribute to nature with a unique group exhibition of Vietnamese artists whose works convey the magnificence of life changing seasons in their country. Experience the beauty of these paintings up close and allow their breathtaking compositions to take the day’s worries away.
Date: From now to March 31, 2013
Time: 11am - 11pm
Maneki Neko Day
It's Sakura Fair at Jurong Point Shopping Centre this month. For Maneki Neko Day this Sunday, March 10, the mall has teamed up with the Cat Welfare Society to hold two contests: Singapore’s Next Top Feline and the Most Prosperous Cat. Be sure to vote for the cat that most resembles Maneki Neko; shoppers who cast their votes will stand to win Jurong Point gift cards. To receive a voting slip, spend a minimum of $10 at the mall.
Date: March 10, 2013
Time: 2pm to 6.30pm
Venue: Jurong Point 1 Centre Stage
The Exchange A Cappella Concert
From the television screen to stages across the globe,The Exchange has worked its way across the globe, from countries that include Sri Lanka, Mexico, Costa Rica and across the United States. With a medley of genres as its inspiration, The Exchange has its roots in a cappella, rock and pop, and even classical music and opera. The boys first met on NBC’s The Sing Off, a music competition show.
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