Weekender Guide SG: See, Do, Eat & Drink on Feb. 3-5, 2023
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Weekender Guide SG: Best Things to See, Do, Eat on Feb. 3-5, 2023

Ahh, another weekend is upon us and you’re looking for cool things to get up to in the city! We’ve saved you the hassle with The Beat Singapore’s rundown of the best places to hit up and things to do this weekend—from blink-and-you'll-miss-it pop-up sights and new restaurant openings, to the hottest activities that you shouldn’t miss. To keep your finger on the pulse of the city, follow The Beat Singapore to see what’s best in store for the weekend.

1. Chingay Parade

The Chingay Parade, the full monty, is finally back. Singapore’s celebration of its diversity is returning in full force and this time, it is going to combine with what remains of the Lunar New Year festivities. Nothing short of an all-out party is expected from the organisers, and we think that they are of the same mind, too. Your neighbours and your neighbours’ neighbours are probably talking about Chingay now, and it is going to be a blast!

Get your tickets today!

When: Feb. 3-4
Where: F1 Pit Building
How much: Price varies 

2. Honey Queen’s Burlesque

Honey Queen’s Burlesque is Moulin Rouge in real life in Singapore, albeit in a smaller production. But, what they lack in scale, the performers will make up for in the quality of the performances. There will be singing and sensuality, and dancing and diversity, and it is going to be the rowdy but friendly Saturday night that you have been waiting for.

Book your table while it lasts.

When: Feb. 5
Where: Level 4, Orchard Towers 400
How much: S$37

3. ‘Outlines’ by Aiste Stancikaite

Red is a colour so primal and earthly that it often symbolises life, or death. It served as the base for Aiste Stancikaite’s “Outlines,” where she explores “recurring themes pertinent to longing, desire, connection, intimacy, and vulnerability.” Her work attempts to rouse something hidden in the obvious, for us to take a closer look at what is considered mundane.

Cuturi Gallery’s hours are very specific so if you want to have enough time for a viewing, visit their website for further information.

When: Feb. 5
Where: Cuturi Gallery, 61 Aliwal Street
How much: Price varies

4. Rumours Beach Club x Two Men Bagel House

The upcoming Rumours Beach Club x Two Men Bagel House collab has got to be a match made in heaven. Plush daybeds, beachside view, live DJ music, and amazing grub. No sweeter words have been spoken. Whether you are looking to party through the weekend or you just want to sit and soak the experience, Rumours is where you should be.

Reserve your tables today.

When: Feb. 4-5
Where: Rumours Beach Club, Siloso Beach, Sentosa, 40 Siloso Beach Walk
How much: Starts at S$100

5. Frozen: The Broadway Musical

Elsa, Anna, and Olaf (the only ones that matter, by the way) are back on stage for the upcoming Frozen Musical at the Sands Theatre. No need to hide your excitement, because we all know you watched it more than your nieces ever did. The show will run for a whole month, so there is no excuse for you to miss singing “Let It Go” with a real-life Elsa.

If you can buy your tickets today, please do.

When: Feb. 5-Mar. 19
Where: Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands
How much: Starts at S$88

6. Geoblocks: The Introduction to Woodblock Printing

If you have always been fascinated by timber-based art, the Geoblocks workshop by the STPI Gallery is the perfect event for you. Genevieve Chua will guide guests into the basics of woodblock printing where, hopefully, you will be able to learn to create canvases on one of the earth’s most precious resources.

Reserve your seat today.

When: Feb. 4 & 25
Where: The Corner Shop at STPI Gallery
How much: S$50

7. Glow Festival 2023

The Glow Festival, even if none of the activities interest you, is an excuse to feel good. The people you will meet at the event want to be in a better mental space for 2023, and that is a good energy to be around if you want a cleanse, refresh or recharge. But, we would be remiss not to mention the amazing line-up of activities and prizes they have for this year.

If this wellness experience is right up your alley, look here for tickets.

When: Feb. 4-12
Where: Sands Expo and Convention Centre at MARQUEE Singapore
How much: Starts at S$49

8. PRX Meet and Greet 2023

The boys of W gaming are doing one last fan meetup before they start preparing for the Valorant’s inaugural LOCK//IN tournament, which is supposed to formally open the 2023 Champions Tour. This is your chance to meet the Asian icons of the game: Jinggg, f0rsaken, Benkai, mindfreak and d4v41. To say that this is a must for any Valorant fans in the region does not do it justice.

Reserve your spot, buy the merch, support PRX. #WGaming

When: Feb. 3
Where: Dreamcore Private Limited, 55 Kim Chuan Drive
How much: Free


Most events that try to do experimental stuff fail at one fundamental thing: they do not know what to experiment with or how to conduct said experiment. This is why VIBRATE’s premise of experimental music, live instrumental performance with underground DJs providing deck support, works. Simple, straightforward, and has the promise to open minds, there is something wild, soothing and new in this symphony.

Reserve your spot here. For every ticket sold, S$5 goes to charity, so this is as much about the music as it is about spreading some good.

When: Feb. 3
Where: Kult Kafe, 200 Turf Club Road, The Grandstand, Pasarbella
How much: Starts at S$35

10. Pekka Pylkkänen Quartet @ The Jazz Loft

Pekka Pylkkänen is a world-renowned saxophonist, and he is bringing his compositions for local talents to make their own renditions. This is a musical festival in a micro scale, offering classic jazz and experimentations that take the genre to a whole new level. Whether you take a passing liking to jazz or you are a lifetime follower, be a witness to this one-of-a-kind event.

Book your table here.

When: Feb. 3 & 4
Where: The Jazz Loft at Blu Jaz, 11 Bali Lane, Level 3
How much: Starts at S$22

11. Valentine Special Workshop: Confidence to Date

If dating is so easy, something that boils down to basic human interaction, then please explain why so many people struggle to find love? It is something that relationship coach Andrea Lum will try to address at the IPA Toastmaster’s pre-Valentine's workshop, Confidence to Date. Here is an education not just how to build a relationship, but also to understand one’s self. If you have been single for longer than you care to admit, then maybe hearing Ms. Lum’s advice is not the worst idea.

Book your seats here.

When: Feb. 4
Where: Room 01-02, Cairnhill Community Club, 1 Anthony Road
How much: Free

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