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Singapore Arts and Concerts this Weekend!

Travel Singapore Arts /March 2017

This is the most anticipated weekend for those who can grab their "Coldplay" concert ticket.

For some of us who couldn't get the highly coveted tickets, check out these concerts and art exhibition for alternatives!

 

1. Sing-Jazz 2017

 

Grab your family and friends to Sing-Jazz festival this week! David Foster and friends will be performing on Sunday 2nd April 2017. A great way to chase away the impending Monday Blues! Probably the next big thing aside from Coldplay. You can start early or go on The Late Show!

Price Starts from $108 per person
Website http://www.sing-jazz.com/2017/tickets 

 

2.The Psalms, An Honest Mistake and Bruised Willis

 

If you'd prefer exploring local talents, The Esplanade Theatre is conducting a free concert of 16 rock bands in Asia. The concert is wrapped up with Singaporean acts by The Psalms and Bruised Willies, alongside Malaysia pop punk outfit An Honest Mistake.

Price Free
Website Esplanade Website

 

 

Now if concerts aren't your thing, here are a few art exhibitions and installations that you should definitely check out!

1. Art of Rehearsal

 

The National Museum of Singapore Gallery 10 is showing an all-digital, three-channel installation showing nine dancers of different cultures spread across a rooftop and streets in the back alleys of series of shophouses dancing against the night sky. The installation showcases the richness of Singapore's multicultural architecture and art forms. Bring some foods and drinks, sit back and enjoy the show!

Price Free
Website National Museum of Singapore Website

 

2. LOCK ROUTE: Public Art @ Gillman Barracks

 

If you are willing to travel the distance, Gillman Barracks has been showcasing LOCK ROUTE since January 2017. The LOCK ROUTE is inspired by the history behind Gillman Barracks. With the historical 24km long route march common in the training of ‘graduating’ army recruits in Singapore, the 16 installations are spaced out throughout the route. 

 

Some of the notable installation is the sculpture ‘Constellation of One’ by Kirsten Berg, a contributing artist of the Burning Man Festival and ‘Land of Shadows’ by Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson.

Price Free
Website National Museum of Singapore Website

 

 

This weekend is going to be super packed with people traveling to and from concerts. Taxi fares would surely be more expensive and the recent surge pricing introduction doesn't help.

Contact us if you need a convenient travel option this weekend! Have a groovy weekend!