Get the scoop on all the fun things to do this weekend in Singapore!
Our city is bursting with fun activities – from cool cafes, bars and restaurants, to exciting things to do in February. For anyone keen on snagging sweet treats, we found the best cupcakes and crepes around town. Or if you’re looking to fuel up for your exploration of Singapore, check out Maxwell Food Centre. And for an elegant date night? Roia is our pick, for sure. Remember to keep up to date with our latest news and happenings too! Make the most out of the weekend with these cool things to do in Singapore.
Things to do this weekend in Singapore
1. Drink: Sip & Savour 2024
1-Group is kick-starting the month with the third iteration of its Sip & Savour cocktail campaign. For those of you who haven’t heard of this event, here are the basics: for a month, you can expect event-exclusive cocktails, bar tie-ups, guest shifts, parties, and dining programs across all key 1-Group venues. It promises you drinks and sips that’ll tell a magical tale. Delivering magic through mixology, sip on cocktails that capture the essence of each location. Hot tip: check out its calendar of events for parties, poolside shebangs, and brunches.
Sip & Savour 2024, multiple locations including 1-Altitude Coast, 1-Arden, The Alkaff Mansion, and Monti
2. Nightlife: A Very Honky Tonks Tailgate Party
1 March, Friday
Bulletproof classics, a killer playlist, and great vibes – there’s nowhere quite like Parliament. If you’re looking for a place to be this weekend, this is it. This establishment will be welcoming Honky Tonks Tavern in a high-energy collaboration. Ranked No. 55 in Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2022, Honky Tonks Tavern is known for bringing life to Southern American cuisine. Combining their American influences, expect a classic Tailgate party with a four-cocktail menu made exclusive for the occasion. To accompany your booze? Order up Honky’s famous tater tots and Parliament’s fried chicken burger.
A Very Honky Tonks Tailgate Party, #02-01, Parliament Bar, 18 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088390
3. Exhibition: Teenage Angst Has Paid Off Well: An exhibition of rare vintage band tees
2 March, Saturday
Band tee lovers, look no further because we’ve found the perfect weekend activity for you. This exclusive exhibition at Woaw Gallery brings you a collection of 20 rarely seen and coveted vintage band tees. These collectables celebrate some of the greatest moments in music and shirt design. Besides getting a glimpse of these valuable shirts, a vintage tee boot sale will be held within the gallery. You’ll find pieces from vintage dealers like Loop Garms, Fibres Friction, Death Threads, and Rookies Store. Psst: there’ll also be event-exclusive merch too! You’ve got the option of a catalogue and a shirt produced by The Salvages in limited quantities.
Teenage Angst Has Paid Off Well: An exhibition of rare vintage band tees, Woaw Gallery, 4 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069786
4. Nightlife: Groovetop x Panamericana’s Garden Party
2 March, Saturday
Groovetop is just getting started with its 2024 party program, and this is probably one of its biggest yet. This Garden Party in collaboration with Panamericana is set on a picturesque clifftop that overlooks the sea. Can you imagine a better place to party? The international line-up features the likes of The Whooligan (founder of Room Service International), Roshan (founder of Saturday Selects), Nicolette (founder of The Salvages), and DJ Kampai. And before you party, you gotta feast. Stop by in the evening to savour Panamericana’s farm-to-fire grill dishes served up in eight courses.
Groovetop x Panamericana’s Garden Party, Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892
5. Things to do: SOSD Flag Day & adoption drive
2 March, Saturday
SOSD is organising its annual Flag Day where the team is rallying to raise funds for its rehabilitation centre. This dedicated charity organisation is all about improving the welfare of Singapore’s street dogs. It currently cares for 160 dogs at The Animal Lodge and Jurong Island shelter. Dog lovers who’ve been thinking about adopting, this is your sign. To make things even more meaningful, you can also adopt a furry pal to go home with you! If you can’t make it, show your support by donating.
SOSD Flag Day & adoption drive, Urban Park, Guoco Tower, 1 Wallich Street, Singapore 078881
6. Nightlife: Thugshop presents Kaos in the CBD
2 March, Saturday
Unleash your inner party animal at Thugshop’s latest party! We’re talking 12 hours of non-stop music with international DJs and local talents spinning beats all night long. Think the likes of Soft Crash, Clara Cuve, Mac Declos, and more. Start your night off in the open air area at 30 Maxwell Road before moving on to Thugshop’s locations – Headquarters, Tuff Club, and Mdlr.
Thugshop presents Kaos in the CBD, 30 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069114
7. Things to do: Coloured ice playground at Snow City
Snow City has just made history with the largest ever dyed ice gallery! Crafted by renowned artist Jeffrey Ng, ice sculptures span across 127 square meters of space. There are over 270 blocks used to create this immersive experience with vivid colours and sparkling snow. Have no fear, it’ll be a permanent fixture in Snow City so you’ve got plenty of time to check it out. We reckon the kids will love it.
Coloured ice playground at Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
8. Drink: Angel’s Envy takes on a Manhattan challenge
To mark its debut in Singapore, Angel’s Envy has invited some of our very talented local bartenders on a challenge. The task: get creative with unique interpretations of the classic Manhattan using Angel’s Envy. Over the course of the month, you can find 20 unique variations of the cocktail across participating bars.
Wanna show your favourite bartender some love? Head down and order their cocktail to help them get the award for the most number of Manhattans sold! Where should you be? Take your pick from Anti:dote, Barbary Coast, Close Shave, Employees Only, Florette, Here Kitty Kitty, Manhattan, Mo Bar, Nighthawk, Plume, Sago House, Smoke & Mirrors, Stay Gold Flamingo, The Bar at 15 Stamford, or Writer’s Bar.
Angel’s Envy takes on a Manhattan challenge, multiple locations including Anti:dote, Close Shave, Florette, Smoke & Mirrors, and Nighthawk
9. Dine: Canchita Hokkaido Festival
In collaboration with Japan External Trade Organisation, chef-owners Daniel and Tamara Chavez are bringing something special. The duo will be showcasing Hokkaido scallops and sea cucumbers in a series of limited seasonal dishes at both Canchita and Tinto. Both restaurants will be making full use of these gorgeous ingredients through Peruvian and Spanish techniques. We’re most excited about the roasted Hokkaido scallops at Canchita and scallop and mushroom skewers at Tinto.
Canchita Hokkaido Festival, 9 Dempsey Road, Singapore 247698
10. Things to do: Irvin’s pop-up
Our favourite local snack brand has announced a fun pop-up at Jewel Changi Airport. If you need to stock up your snack drawer, this is your sign to visit it. We can’t wait to score ourselves bags of salted egg fish skin. While you’re there, take a chance with the iconic Irvin’s spin wheel! It’s making a comeback to allow you to win snacks and exclusive merchandise, including salmon egg salmon skin, enamel pins, and plush keychains.
Irvin’s pop-up, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666
Pack this weekend with all the fun things to do in Singapore!