Get ready for a special #TechnoThursday as Thomas Benedix from Berlin-based techno duo Pan-Pot brings their brand of undulating and kinetic grooves to the dancefloor. With their bold and timeless productions, along with their heavy peak-time club stormers, you can be sure this will be a night to remember! Tickets at $31.69.
The Council presents Pan-Pot (Second State)
From 10 pm
15 Phillip Street, 048694
Think you know EVERYthing? Put it to good use at this new monthly social gathering for LGBTQ+ folks of all background and ages. The winning group walks away with exclusive prizes (worth $300) and other goodies! Send a WhatsApp message to +65 92987139 with the name of your team, and number of participants (six to eight per group). This event is open to anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ (priority given to LBT+) and allies are welcome as well!
Prout x Two Queens Presents: CNY x Anti V-Day Queer Trivia Night
7.30 pm to 10.30 pm
Hard Rock Cafe Singapore, HPL House, #02-01, 50 Cuscaden Rd, 249724
Take the time to reflect and re-centre with a traditional sound healing technique in conjunction with the full moon (it’s the first uneclipsed full moon of 2020!) to help you prepare for the month ahead. This therapeutic meditation experience by Serene Satya Charan is designed to restore energy fields, rebalance the body’s frequencies, and rejuvenate the entire being, while alleviating stress and clearing the mind. Tickets at $20.
Pay homage to the undisputed king of reggae music with a celebration of reggae music with special guest artist UK dub music producer Vibronics, live performance by Randolf Arriola, DJ sets by Olbi Iyah (UK), Blood Dunza (HK), Rumshot, Submerge, Ken, Selecta Baba and MCs SWTLKR and Jerry Jugde Hinds (UK). There’ll also be Caribbean-inspired food and a craft market. Tickets from $20.
What if silent films featuirng Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton are accompanied by Chinese orchestral instrumentation? How will this rejuvenate and inject new energy to the films? Get your seats at this concert by the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and find out how the unique timbre of the erhu (Chinese two-stringed fiddle) adds on to the layers and sophistication of emotions, and how the pounding percussion creates the dramatic effect. Tickets from $38.
Unspoken Melodies – Silent Film Classics in Concert
Esplanade Concert Hall, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
Celebrate the season of love with your child by making cute little clay dishes for each other! You and your LO will design and create the artwork together before the sensory play session for children. All tools and materials will be provided. Recommended for kids aged two to eight years old. Tickets from $29.
You might have heard of the famous Harajuku Fashion Walk in Tokyo but did you know there’s one happening right here in Singapore as well? Fans of Japanese fashion will gather in their creative (and often colourful!) outfits and take a walk around city at this bi-monthly fashion meet up. This weekend’s theme is spring fashion so we’re guessing we might get to see some sakura inspo?
Calling fans of new school hip-hop, don’t miss this high-energy party for the best music selections championed by sneakerheads, street wear enthusiasts and a new age hip-hop audience! Expect banging music, electrifying energy and the most eye-candy fashion. Tell your friends about it, look fly, pull up and ride the wave! $20 at the door or RSVP here for free entry before 11 pm.
Hit the beach and witness triathletes compete in a Swim-Run (750 m swim + 5 km run) challenge! This Aquathlon is part of the 2020 MetaSprint Series, which welcomes first-timers and experienced athletes to the sport of triathlon. Keep a look out for the Duathlon and Triathlon in March and April respectively. Registration for adults and kids events are now open. From $42.
From 7 am
Palawan Beach, Sentosa
The multimedia and multisensory night walk Rainforest Lumina at the Singapore Zoo is on the home stretch this weekend! This mesmerising audio-visual experience features virtual animal characters as you go on a leisurely one-kilometre walk of the lush tropical rainforest at night. Don’t worry, the walking paths are well-lit and suitable for wheelchairs, mobility devices, and strollers too.
The Taiwan Food Festival is coming to an end soon so make your down to Sentosa and take a stroll from Siloso Point to Siloso Beach. More than 30 food vendors from the popular Ningxia Night Market in Taipei are offering popular dishes such as Flaming Beef Cubes, Taiwanese Oyster Omelette, Egg-bombed Scallion Pancake, Fried Chicken Cutlet and Crispy Salted Chicken, Grilled King Oyster Mushroom, Tian Bu La (Taiwanese oden), and many more! Free admission. Sentosa’s island admission rates apply.
Asian Night Market: Taiwan Food Festival
Until 9 February
5 pm to 10.30 pm
Siloso Point, Sentosa
Don’t miss your last chance to catch the festive Pongal Street Light-Up in Little India for a visual feast! The Pongal festival is a Hindu harvest festival observed within the Tamil community and the lights along the streets are bound to mesmerise all visitors. Keep a look out for the traditional and colourful motifs featuring pots and stunning kolam (traditional chalk drawings) designs! Free admission.
Pongal Street Light-Up
Until 9 February
From 6.30 pm
Along Serangoon Rd
Want more? Check out other Singapore events happening in February!
By Muneerah Bee, February 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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