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Weekend Guide (Sep 1 to 3)

SUNRISE ON THE BANDWAGON RIVERBOAT

Weekend Guide (Sep 1 to 3)

Party until sunrise on the Stewords Riverboat to beats from international and local DJs on Sep 1. Photo: Bandwagon

SUNRISE ON THE BANDWAGON RIVERBOAT

Venue: Stewords Riverboat

Address: 31 Marina Coastal Dr

Sep 1 and 2; 10pm to 8am

S$45

Stewords Riverboat at Marina South Pier will once again be transformed into a party venue on Sep 1. The event, which saw over 400 party-goers for its first edition, will have an exciting line-up of local and international DJs this year. Expect to hear beats from India’s DJ Troja, Spain’s DJ Tony Bunt as well as local DJs Adrian Wee and Eileen Chan (Cats On Crack). Partygoers can savour finger food from Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill available for purchase. Tickets are priced at S$45 and S$55 at door.

 

A LIGHTER SIDE OF HISTORY - MY KAMPONG RADIN MAS, MY LIFE BY AZIZA ALI

@ National Museum of Singapore, The Salon, Level 1

ADDRESS: 93 STAMFORD ROAD

Sep 2; 4pm - 5pm

Admission is free

Enjoy a Saturday afternoon learning about Malay culture at the National Museum of Singapore. Culinary veteran Aziza Ali will be introducing visitors to cultural practices and Malay festivities. Aziza will also prepare desserts such as abok abok and tepung Gomak for participating visitors. Registration is required.

 

ACT 3 INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS ‘OUR TAMPINES HUB KITE FIESTA’

@ Our Tampines Hub

Sep 2 12pm - 7pm

FREE

Our Tampines Hub, Singapore’s integrated community and lifestyle hub, will hold a kite festival Saturday (Sep 2). The festival will showcase specially-made lightweight kites taking flight. There will also be an indoor kite flying performance and kite-making workshops for visitors to attend.

 

FLAG OFF YOUR RACE ADVENTURE AT THE WATERWAY POINT

@ Waterway Point

Sep 1 to Sep 10

FREE

Families can bring their little ones to Waterway Point where an exciting line-up of activities has been planned. From 10am to 10pm, kids can engage in a tyre-changing activity or play in an interactive play zone as part of Disney Pixar’s Cars 3 Racing Mania. There will also be a family carnival from 11am to 9pm where there will be game booths, street performances and bumper car rides.

 

REDBULL RACING EXPERIENCE AT HOUGANG MALL

@ Hougang Mall

Sep 2 and 3; 12pm - 8pm

S$10

Experience the full throttle car-racing thrill at Hougang Mall as Red Bull brings their racing simulators to the mall for the first time. Located at the Atrium of Level 1, the overall champion will stand a chance to win an exclusive Red Bull Racing Garage Tour at the Singapore Grand Prix happening this month. To participate, simply purchase a can of Red Bull and spend a minimum of S$10 at the mall.

 

LITTLE ARTISTS ART STUDIO LAUREATES EXHIBITION

@ National Gallery Singapore (Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium and Foyer in B1)

Address: 1 Saint Andrew’s Road

Sep 2 and 3

S$5

View 260 artworks by emerging young and adult artists from the Little Artists Art Studio. Located at National Gallery Singapore, the exhibition will span a wide range of themes such as ‘Candy’, ‘Environment’, ‘Beautiful Still Life.’ Visitors can learn about contemporary art at a talk conducted by contemporary artist-educator Milenko Prvacki, who will be sharing about his experiences with the art and its future.

 

HEADS UP: SINGAPORE TOY, GAME & COMIC CONVENTION 2017

@ Marina Bay Sands

Sep 9 and 10

S$21 onwards

A star-studded guest line-up awaits visitors at the upcoming Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) event. Disney artist James C. Mulligan from United States will have a live painting session and Marvel Comics editor C.B. Cebulski from United States will be reviewing budding artist’s portfolios as he searches for the next potential Marvel artist. There will also be live performances by Japanese dance vocal group Color Points and Tokyo CLEAR’s. Tickets are priced at S$21 for a day pass and S$30 for two-day pass.

 

HEADS UP: DESIGN CIRCUIT BY NAIISE

@ Naiise at Orchard Gateway

Sep 9; 3pm - 9pm

S$15

Cycling meets design in local retailer Naiise’s collaboration with bicycle sharing platform obike. The event will take participants to 10 pit stops in the city that showcase design, architecture, art and retail such as Kult cafe and Basheer Graphic Books. Riders can pick up small bites from Soi 55 and Everything With Fries Singapore along the way. There will also be activities for riders to engage in. Registration is required.

 

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