1. Oktoberfest Asia 2016
Beer lovers, here’s one for you. As part of the popular German festival, Oktoberfest Asia returns once again for a fun-filled weekend of Bavarian cuisine, festive entertainment and of course, lots of booze. Held at Tan Quee Lan Street, the three-day event will be held on a larger scale as compared to previous years – and in air-conditioned comfort too. Your ticket will also entitle you to a free flow of brews during the event, so go on and live a little. Just leave your car at home, OK?
Dates: 13 to 15 October 2016
Time: 6pm – 1am
Venue: Tan Quee Lan Street (Opposite Bugis Junction)
Admission: From $70 and up. Get your tickets here.
2. Skechers Blacklight Run
Need to burn off extra calories from all that beer drinking? The Skechers Blacklight Run will have you running (or walking) through several blacklight zones, while doused in UV Neon Glow Powder. The run is not a competitive one, so don’t worry about having to train seriously for it – just round up your best buds, throw on some old gym clothes and have a colourful (both literally and figuratively speaking) night out. DJ Automatic (USA) will also be spinning at the main stage, so save some energy for the after party.
Date: 29 October 2016
Time: Check in starts at 5.30pm.
Venue: Sentosa, Palawan Green
Admission: From $95. Register here.
(Source: Blacklight Run Facebook)
3. WICKED The Musical
Discover a wondrous world of wizards, witches and magic, as WICKED The Musical returns to Marina Bay Sands after five long years. The award-winning Broadway production tells the tale of an unlikely friendship between popular witch Glinda and the outcast Elphaba, against a backdrop of stunning costumes, astounding technical displays and of course, show-stopping songs.
Dates: 29 September to 20 November 2016 (excludes Mondays)
Time: Check programme schedule.
Venue: MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
Admission: From $55 and up. Available here.
4. Halloween Horror Nights 6
It’s that time of the year again, where Halloween fever has movie fanatics and adrenaline junkies eagerly waiting for some spooky fun. Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Singapore for its sixth edition this year, with 5 haunted houses, 2 scare zones and plenty of action-packed Halloween fun throughout the month of October.
Guests at the event will also be able to enjoy selected theme park rides, such as Revenge Of The Mummy, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN and many more. For a complete list of haunted attractions and rides, see here.
Dates: From 30 September to 31 October 2016 on selected nights. Check programme schedule for details.
Time: From 7.30pm.
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa
Admission: From $50 and up. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Resorts World Sentosa)
5. Singapore International Festival of Music
Come join the Singapore International Festival of Music (SIFOM), as the event brings together the best and brightest of Singapore’s classical musicians. The festival, which is in its second year running, showcases the best local talents alongside esteemed international guests from all over the world. This year’s edition will feature the world famous Chamber Orchestra of Europe, opera star Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, renowned conductor Jeffery Meyer and more. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Myths and Legends’, so the concerts will explore classical music inspired by folklore and fairytales.
Dates: 13 – 30 October 2016
Time: Varies. Check programme schedule.
Venue: Varies. Check programme schedule.
Admission: From $36 and up. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Singapore International Festival of Music Facebook)