It’s that time of the year again, when Universal Studios Singapore turns into a month-long horror fest for Halloween Horror Nights. This year’s theme hits closer to home, with haunted MRT and HDB horror houses as well as, get this – a forsaken village that is eternally in the Seventh Month. Scared yet? Check out the official interactive site and get ready for a night of screams, surprises and spooky fun.
Dates: 2-3, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 29 – 31 October
Time: 7.30pm – 1.30am (varies based on date)
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Admission: $68 (General Admission). Get your tickets here.
Need to work up a sweat? Gather your (sporty) friends and family members, and sweat it out at the New Balance Run On marathon. With a manageable 5km goal, the run is a great chance to burn some calories and gauge your fitness level.
There will also be a New Balance Pop-up Festival and post-event picnic with good food and beer (what a way to quench your thirst eh), as well as performances by local bands A/K/A Attagirl, Charlie Lim and Obedient Wives Club.
Date: Saturday, 24 October
Venue: Gardens by the Bay East, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Admission: $40 (Individual)/$152 (Team of 2-4). Get your tickets here.
(Source: New Balance Run On Singapore Facebook)
Mandopop fans are in luck next month, because the Spring Wave Music Festival will be bringing some stellar acts to Singapore. This year’s edition includes timeless classic acts like Wubai & China Blue, as well as emerging talents like Auntie Roxy. Malaysian Mandopop singer Penny Tai will also be performing with her band Buddha Jump.
Date: Saturday, 10 October
Time: 5pm – 11pm
Venue: Fort Canning Green, 51 Canning Rise, Singapore 179872
Admission: $138. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Spring Wave Singapore)
National Day may be over, but that doesn’t mean the SG50 celebrations have to stop. This year, Singapore Wine Fiesta 2015 celebrates local food, music and of course, wine. The festival will see 70 international wineries showcasing over 300 types of wine, as well as gourmet eats by chefs from Artichoke, The Rabbit Stash and Candlenut.
Date: 22 – 25 October
Venue: Clifford Square at The Fullerton House, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Admission: $268 (22 October) / $50 (23 – 25 October). Get your tickets here.
(Source: Singapore Wine Fiesta 2015 Facebook)
Here’s one for the film buffs out there – the Israel Film Festival returns this year to showcase 6 award-winning films which explore the perspectives and real life struggles of women around the world. The films, which will be screening at Golden Village VivoCity, also include the critically acclaimed Zero Motivation – a comedy that bagged 6 wins and 6 nominations at the Israeli Film Academy last year.
Dates: 21 – 27 October
Venue: Golden Village VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-30 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Admission: $9. Get your tickets here.
(Source: Israel Film Festival Singapore Facebook)