Weekend Picks: 2 – 3 Feb

Light to Night - Bicentennial Edition

This is a time for festive outings and after-dark adventures! There’s not one but two light festivals on the cards, all ready to amaze, plus celebrations and activities to usher in the Lunar New Year.

1. Badanamu Time! at HarbourFront Centre

28 Jan to 24 Feb, 7:30 pm to 11 pm
HarbourFront Centre

Badanamu at Harbourfront CentreJoin in the fun and games at HarbourFront Centre as Bada and Jess from Badanamu bring their high energy performance to the stage. Take part in other fun and exciting activities such as a colouring wall and karaoke booth too! Stand to win attractive prizes in a lucky draw too. It’s Badanamu time at Harbourfront Centre! Find out more here.

2. i Light Singapore 2019 Bicentennial Edition

28 Jan to 24 Feb, 7:30 pm to 11 pm
Civic District and Marina Bay

This special edition of the annual i Light Marina Bay sustainable light festival continues to wow with its dazzling lineup of art installations by artists from Singapore and around the world. Learn more.

i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition: Bridges And Connections
Oriflammes by Sebastian Lefevre

3. The Tiger Who Came to Tea

1 to 3 Feb
Drama Centre, National Library Building

This stage adaptation of the classic children’s tale about an unexpected and highly unusual guest who shows up for tea will charm and delight audiences young and old. More info.

4. Spring Surprise

2 to 10 Feb
Gardens by the Bay

Kick off the Year of the Pig with a range of exciting programmes, from a stunning LED performance of a Chinese myth to lion dances and orchestral concerts. Find out more.

Spring Surprise

5. Festival at the Fort

28 Jan to 24 Feb, 6 pm to 11 pm
Fort Canning Park

Celebrating the rich heritage of one of Singapore’s most historical areas, this festival offers highlights for the whole family such as light installations, interactive displays, roving performances and more. Details.

Fort Canning Park

6. Light to Night Festival 2019: Traces & Echoes

28 Jan to 24 Feb
Civic District

The second of two editions for the festival, this offers visitors stunning light shows across the facades of historical buildings , as well as multi-sensorial artworks and installations, extended museum opening hours and more. Details.

Light to Night - Bicentennial Edition

7. Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations

Till 6 March
Chinatown

Don’t miss the chance to stock up on CNY treats, clothing and other knick-knacks at the bustling festive bazaar. Enjoy nightly stage shows and soak in the atmosphere as you admire the street light-ups and decorations. Learn more.

8. Straits Family Sunday: Live Long and Prosper

3 Feb, 1 pm to 5 pm
Peranakan Museum

Get a taste of CNY celebrations the Peranakan way, with cooking demonstrations, museum tours and craft activity. More info.

Image Courtesy of Peranakan Museum

 

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