Whether it’s illusionary Guns N’ Roses, or Broadway’s second-longest running show - Chicago The Musical, this weekend has choices to make as per your mood and preferences. Here is the list of the things to choose from:
1. Guns N' Roses – Not in This Lifetime Tour
For the first time ever Guns N’ Roses are heading to Singapore - the only stop of the band in South-East Asia. Changi Exhibition Centre is welcoming the hard rock band as a part of their ‘Not in This Lifetime Tour’. The founding members are once again teaming up with Duff McKagan and Slash.
When: February 25, at 7:00pm
Where: Changi Exhibition Centre
The BAFTA and Tony Award-winning Chicago The Musical is returning to Singapore’s shores. The performance tells the story of corruption, murder, greed and adultery with the 1920s Chicago nightclub scene. Based on real life events, do not miss out your chance to watch this Broadway’s second- longest running show.
When: February 23-28
Where: MasterCard Theatres, Bayfront
Provided by ‘Hello, Bicycle!’, check out the Singapore Biennale on free-to-rent bicycles held across seven venues. Starting from the Singapore Art Museum, make your way across the town while checking out other exhibition venues. Though the entry fee shows free, but you need to deposit S$50 which will be refunded fully at the time of returning the bikes.
When: Singapore Art Museum
Where: February 23-26
Celebrate the last shadow of the month of Love with ‘Say it with Love’ at the Gardens by the Bat. Spend quality time with friends and family and enjoy varied forms of art forms such as Band of Doodlers, LED stilt walkers, or watch a movie under the stars. You can also pick your picnic bag which comes with snacks, a mat and a platter of finger food or box of sandwiches or a choice of wine.
When: February 24-25
Where: The Meadow, Bayfront
5. Yiruma Live in Singapore 2017
An amalgam of melodious compositions with emotion and inspiration, Yiruma is a Korean contemporary classical composer and a pianist. Making him the most successful composer-pianist globally today, his famous works include Kiss the Rain, River Flows in You, and May Be with more than 1 billion views online. Don’t miss a chance to have this experience in your kitty.
When: February 25, at 8:00pm
Where: The Star Performing Arts Centre