Things To Do This Weekend (30 September – 2 October)

October is here, heralding everyone’s favourite Oktoberfest-ivities and Halloween! Here are some suggestions to help kickstart the new month – head down to Sentosa for some yoga and indulge in some soulful food at a social market this weekend.
1. Oktoberfest with Resorts World Sentosa


Celebrate the Day of Germany Unity at Resort World Sentosa’s first ever Oktoberfest – the festival we have been waiting all year for. What better excuse to indulge in beer and food, and more beer? Festival goers can look forward to a glorious all-you-can-eat buffet spread of German cuisine like sauerkraut and schnitzel, as well as four different bratwurst exclusively created by the resort’s Michelin-starred and celebrity chef restaurants. Get out your festive Dirndl and Lederhosens, and wash down the food with their limited edition Erdinger Oktoberfest beer.

Date: 1 October 2016
Venue: Resorts World Sentosa, Festive Walk
8 Sentosa Gateway
Sentosa Island
Singapore 098269
Time: 7PM – 2AM
Admission: Standard tickets start at $78
(more information here)

2. Open Farm Community Social Market


OFC’s monthly Social Market is back once again with a wide array of fresh foods, artisan handcrafted goods, and a slew of activities for the whole family. Terrarium workshops, hydroponic greens, beenut butter – where else can we get such a curation of passionate vendors under one roof?

Date: 1 – 2 October 2016
Venue: 130E Minden Rd
Singapore 248819
Time: 11AM – 6PM
Admission: Free
(more information here)

3. Soulscape Festival 2016


Yoga on the beach? Soulscape festival gives you the chance to Shavasana on the smooth sands of Sentosa beach. At this mindful movement campaign, you can also take part in workshops led by professionals and dance to live music. If that is not enough, Soulscape has invited stores selling healthy treats and eco-friendly products that will excite our inner tree-hugger.

Date: 1 October 2016
Venue: Sentosa Island
Tanjong Beach
Singapore 099981
Time: 8AM – 10PM
Admission: $25-$199
(more information here)

4. Spooky Seas


For a month, S.E.A. Aquarium transforms into a pirate-themed Halloween trail. There will be underwater shows, storytelling, craft sessions and an amazing treasure hunt. This isn’t only for the young, but also the young at heart.

Date: 1 – 31 October 2016
Venue: Resorts World Sentosa
Sentosa Island
8 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098269
Time: 10AM – 7PM (check online for show schedules)
Admission: $15 – 32
(more information here)

5. Salvador Dali & Pierre Argillet: 30 Years of Collaboration


Surrealist artist Salvador Dali’s artwork from the Pierre Argillet collection will be on display, which includes drawings, porcelain works and tapestries. Dali’s mastery as an artist is showcased his ability to use a variety of mediums to create his pieces, and be openminded to explore different themes. The artworks from the collection are a collaboration between the artist and his publisher and confidante, Pierre Argillet.

Date: 11 September – 5 October 2016
Venue: REDSEA Gallery
Block 9 Dempsey Road
#01-10 Dempsey Hill
Singapore 247697
Time: 10AM – 8PM
Admission: Free
(more information here)

 6. Roktober Fest at Timbre+


Another place to check out for Oktoberfest-ivities, Timbre+ is celebrating a different culinary and musical style each week it is welcome to revellers. Expect Asian, American and European inspired fare, and over 120 different beers at their Bottle Shop. There will also be games for party goers, and bean bags if you prefer to lounge and soak up the atmosphere.

Date: 26 September – 15 October 2016
Venue: Timbre+
73A Ayer Rajah Crescent
JTC LaunchPad @ one-north
Singapore 139957
Time: 12PM to late daily
Admission: Free
(more information here)

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