Singapore is abuzz with an exciting line-up of events this weekend. Organised on September 22, 2023, the city is set to host myriad events ranging from diverse dance fiestas and comedy shows to colorful art jamming sessions and more.
Starting the weekend festivities is the highly anticipated "ODAC Singapore - Cuban Salsa Fiesta 2023" at the Aliwal Arts Centre. This event promises to deliver global renown artistes from Salsa community across the world right in the heart of Singapore.
Comedy enthusiasts can head over to Esplanade Theatre to watch Indian comedian Vir Das on his international "Mind Fool Tour" that's guaranteed to leave audiences in splits. Fitness enthusiasts can join the suffused “SUNSET EQUINOX YOGA” at Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park for an immersive Yoga experience.
For the techno admirers, the "Kings of Bass" event at the TPI building promises an unforgettable evening with Thailand's renowned DJ DRAGON and RITA BASS from Melbourne.
Sexagenarians can go to Yamaha-Digital Audio Creative Centre for a spiritually immersive Audio Workshop titled "Get Technical with Worship", covering advanced audio techniques relevant to religious services.
Food and nightlife lovers can join the "Cherry Valley High x NUS Raffles Hall Presale" at Cherry Discotheque, promising a night of fun and merriment. Art lovers would not want to miss the opportunity to learn and recreate Van Gogh's "Starry Night" at Hustle Singapore.
The next day, September 23, starts with an interactive family event "Archives Explorer - Rewind that Record" at Oldham Theatre in the National Archives Building, where attendees get to learn about audio and video recording history. Music buffs have the opportunity to enjoy Aldrin's globally acclaimed music at Wallich Manor or witness the Young Performers Concert at the Victoria Concert Hall.
Parents looking for a fun-filled activity for their kids can check out the "Junior Rockstar Gem Adventure" at The Gem Museum or the Zodiac Lantern Making Workshop at Chinatown Visitor Centre, providing a mix of educational and recreational experience.
To wrap up the weekend is the "[Chinatown - Telok Ayer Tour] Living at Present & Discovering about Past" excursion at Telok Ayer MRT Station, where you get to delve into the history and lifestyle of Singapore's oldest Chinatown.
With such an array of events, there is certainly something for everyone, promising an eventful weekend set to captivate all passions, interests and age groups in Singapore!