Date: 6 – 8 April 2018
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Admission: $108 – $328. Get your tickets here.
Sing Jazz 2018 celebrates its 5th anniversary this year, with a 3-night music extravaganza across multiple venues at Marina Bay Sands. Austrian musician Parov Stelar, Grammy Award-winning soul singer Lalah Hathaway and legendary acid jazz band Incognito & Friends are among the many acts that will be performing at the festival.
(Source: Singapore International Jazz Festival)
Date: 8 April 2018
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
Admission: $128 – $348. Get your tickets here.
After Taylor Swift’s fall from grace last year (drama much?), we’ve been Team Katy ever since. Besides, what’s not to love about Katy Perry’s unapologetically eclectic style and catchy beats? Her Witness tour takes inspiration from outer space, with stunning visuals, innovative costumes and of course, powerful vocals to truly blow you well, out of this world.
(Source: Singapore Sports Hub)
Dates: 2 – 29 April 2018 (See here for the full event calendar.)
The World Gourmet Summit returns to Singapore for more extraordinary eats, with top chefs like Akira Back, Patriza Di Benedetto and Ross Lusted gracing the event with their culinary skills. One of the highlights is An Italian Affair, a showcase of Italian ingredients and traditions beyond your usual Bolognese pasta.
If you’re looking for the perfect excuse to have Sunday brunch with your foodie friends, check out The Brunch at Tamarind Hill. The 4-hour feast will bring together the best of the food and beverage industry in Singapore, for a special dining experience amidst the lush greenery at Labrador Nature Reserve. Tickets are selling fast though, so book your slot soon.
(Source: World Gourmet Summit)
Dates: 18 – 29 April 2018
Venue: Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Admission: $65 – $165. Get your tickets here.
The geniuses behind touring magic production The Illusionists have teamed up with the puppeteers from War Horse to present a circus spectacular like no other. From life size elephant puppets to amazing acrobatics, you can expect to be entertained from the moment you sit down. Oh, and the performance does not involve the use of live animals, so thumbs up to that.
(Source: Marina Bay Sands)
5. Angkor: Exploring Cambodia’s Sacred City. Masterpieces of the Musee national des arts asiatiques-Guimet
Dates: 8 April – 22 July 2018
Time: 10am – 7pm daily (extended to 9pm on Fridays)
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Admission: $12 (Singaporeans and Permanent Residents); $20 (Foreign Residents and Tourists)
Known for its spectacular architecture and intricate sculptures, the former capital city of the Khmer Empire has left an artistic legacy that has yet to be fully discovered. Angkor: Exploring Cambodia’s Sacred City. Masterpieces of the Musee national des arts asiatiques-Guimet is a stunning exhibition that brings together over 140 traditional and artistic masterpieces from the Guimet Museum in Paris, which houses one of the largest collections of Asian art. The exhibition, which is part of the on-going Voilah! French Festival Singapore 2018, runs until July this year.
(Source: Asian Civilisations Museum Facebook)