What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Tree Tunes: Music for the Forests
Jive to nature-inspired tunes by local bands Plainsunset, The Sam Willows, For This Cycle and Windtree, at an eco-conscious concert at Gardens by the Bay. Organised in partnership with LASALLE final year students, the concert hopes to raise awareness for rainforest conservation efforts in Singapore.

Date: Mar 2, 2013
Time: 5.30-10.30pm
Venue: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay
Admission: Free

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

The Problem is You
When 17-year-old Tiffany comes home pregnant, her mother Siew Kim decides that abortion is the solution. But Tiffany refuses and is thrown out. In a play where the audience has a hand in changing the lines and story, will Tiffany be saved? The Problem is You! is based on true stories of dysfunctional families with at-risk youths and it is written by theatre veteran Peggy Ferroa, who is also the director of the play.
Date: Mar 3, 2013
Time: 3pm
Venue: Play Den @ The Arts House
Admission: $25

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Appreciating Art South Asia Lecture – Part 2
Conducted by art historian Savita Apte, the second lecture of this art series will discuss the rise of women artists in South Asia, the impact of current affairs and social issues on South Asia Art and the role that the art market plays in supporting the artists of the region.

Date: Mar 1, 2013
Time: 7.30-9pm
Venue: Glass Hall, Singapore Art Museum
Admission: $11 from SISTIC*

 

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

HSBC Women’s Champion 2013
The very best in women’s golf are returning to Singapore to battle it out for the sought-after ‘Champion of Champions’ title and a share of the US$1.4 million (over S$17.3 million) prize purse at the sixth edition of the HSBC Women’s Champions. Players will need to master the challenging championship Serapong course at Sentosa Golf Club, the new home of the HSBC Women’s Champions. Fans can look forward to seeing the world’s top golfers in action as they challenge for top honours in the tournament.

Date: Mar 1-3, 2013
Time: 8.30pm daily
Venue: Serapong Course, Sentosa Golf Club
Admission: $20 on Thursday and Friday, $30 on Saturday and Sunday from SISTIC*

 

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Saturday Sessions
This week, Zafferano introduces “Saturday Sessions” with DJ Kris Heslop. Groove to Heslop’s beats and sick sounds as you enjoy great drinks and light bites.

Date: Every Saturday
Time: From 10pm
Venue: The Terrace at Zafferano
Admission: Free

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Future Music Festival Asia 2013 Pre-Party
Future Entertainment Australia and Livescape Asia have gotten the ball rolling for one of the most anticipated 2013 music festivals in this region – the Future Music Festival Asia 2013 at Kuala Lumpur. The pre-party in Singapore which will be held at Mink Club this Saturday, will feature superstar DJs from the region, including Andy Murphy, DJ Minx, DJ Stas and BATE.

Date: Mar 2, 2013
Time: From 10pm
Venue: Mink
Admission: Free for first 100 FMFA ticket holders before midnight

 

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Zouk Flea and Easy: The Night Market
Shopaholics, listen up – the much-anticipated Zouk flea market is back! This time, they’re inviting the most popular local Instagram users to set up stalls and hawk pre-loved goods and all kinds of knick-knacks. All you have to do is follow Zouk Singapore on Instagram, “like” their Zouk Flea & Easy image when it’s up, post a comment with your email address, repost it on your own Instagram page, tagging @ZoukSingapore with #ZoukFleaAndEasy, and wait patiently to be contacted. For the rest of you, head over to the flea market and shop your heart out.

Date: Mar 3, 2013
Time: 4-9pm
Venue: Zouk
Admission: Free

What to do this weekend in Singapore (Mar 1)

Rachael Yamagata Live in Singapore
Following the November 2012 release of Heavyweight, Rachael Yamagata returns to Singapore again this March for another concert at the Esplanade. Expect favourites from older albums Happenstance, Elephants to be played, along with her newest hits from Heavyweight. Singapore singer Deon Toh is Yamagata’s supporting act for the night.

Date: Mar 2, 2013
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall
Admission: Tickets from $68 from SISTIC*

*Prices exclude the SISTIC booking fee.