WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (29 – 31 DEC 2017)

Published on 28 December 2017

By Melanie Lee


Fri 29 Dec 2017, 7.30pm
Esplanade Concert Hall

Enjoy this entertaining music line-up by The Philharmonic Winds on the fifth day of Christmas! Led by music director Leonard Tan and guest conductor Ignatius Wang, the acclaimed local wind orchestra will be presenting Tosca Fantasy, Fantasia Di Concerto, Concerto for Clarinet, Children’s March and The Snowman. This concert will feature some of Singapore’s most talented young musicians such as Samul Phua, Kang Chun Meng and Ralph Emmanuel Lim.

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Sun 31 Dec 2017, 5pm
Marina Bay & Civic District

This is the New Year’s Eve party of all parties, and there’s so much happening to keep everyone of all ages suitably entertained. Our favourite highlights: gorgeous (and synchronised) light projections at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, the Merlion and ArtScience Museum; a car-free Civic District with free outdoor activities such as a sunset yoga session and Music @Empress; and front-row seats to the fireworks display at The Float @ Marina Bay, which will also have an outdoor market selling food and drink for a chill picnic.

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Sun 31 Dec 2017, 6pm
Siloso Beach, Sentosa 

Another place where you can enjoy festive fireworks with some good entertainment is Sentosa, where the legendary Siloso Beach Party is running for its 11th year. This non-stop 12-hour countdown party features local and international DJs such as Bassjackers, Kaylova and The Kendrick spinning adrenaline-pumping music for some hardcore new year’s celebrations. Last but definitely not least, there’ll be 50,000 litres of foamy water for ultimate party revelry!

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Till Sun 21 Jan 2018, various timings
Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa 

Local heartthrob Joshua Tan performs alongside martial artists and gymnasts from China, Mongolia, Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia in this non-verbal action comedy by renowned director Choi Chul Ki. The story revolves around Tiger, guardian of the Great Magic Rod, as he travels through time from ancient Korea to Singapore in pursuit of the villain, Dark X. Expect plenty of epic jaw-dropping stunts!

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Till Mon 1 Jan 2018
ION Art Gallery, ION Level 4

The exhibition will showcase the multigenerational works of Malay artists practicing in Singapore, namely the members of Angkatan Pelukis, Aneda Daya (APAD) or Association of Artists of Various Resources. APAD is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote appreciation of the visual arts and artistic talents in the field of visual arts. Similarly, this exhibition featuring their members’ work reflects the diversity in art practices in Singapore.

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