Things To Do This Weekend (29 – 31 July)

It’s the last week of July and we’ve got you covered for this weekend. Here are some things to do this weekend.
1. Tegan and Sara Live in Singapore

Canadian indie-pop duo, Tegan and Sara is coming to Singapore this weekend as part of their promotional tour for their latest album, Love You To Death. The album is their latest sonic chapter that celebrates their 17-year career that has build an avid global following of fans and fellow musicians alike. Their unique talent of combining pop and indie worlds together has allowed their music to cross boundaries of genre and culture effortlessly.
Date: 29 July
Time: 8PM
The Star Performing Arts Centre
1 Vista Exchange Green
Singapore 138617
Admission: $68.00 – $228.00
2. A Bathing Ape presents Sundown Live Party 2016 featuring DJ Soda
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Sundown Live Party is the satellite event of Sundown Festival, which scoops out the hottest trending Asian artiste in the region and provides audiences with an inclusive array of unique experiences at the party. Following the footsteps of affiliated Sundown Festival, Sundown Live Party aims to continuously celebrate Asian music and culture with the objective to showcase the dynamic and vibrant nightlife scene.Sundown LIVE Party 2016 features the hottest DJ of the moment, South Korean beauty, DJ SODA. The model-turned-DJ charmed her way into the hearts of partygoers with her adorable looks and shot to international fame with her signature “Flutre” dance which went viral accumulating millions of views online!
Date: 29 July
Time: 9.30PM – 12AM
17 Jiak Kim Street
Singapore 169420
Admission: $45.00 – $95.00
3. NUS Baba House
The once ancestral home of a Straits Chinese family is now an heritage house which facilitates appreciation, reflection and research into their history and culture. If you love Singapore’s heritage or just want to learn more about the culture, this would be the perfect place for you to explore as the house went through reconstruction of a domestic space characterised by the architectural conversation of a shophouse with restoration of interiors including furnishing, household materials and decorative features.
Date: 29 – 31 July
Monday, 2pm – 3pm
Tuesday, 6.30pm – 7.30pm
Thursday, 10am – 11am
Saturday, 11am – 12pm
NUS Museum Baba House
157 Neil Road
Singapore 088883
Admission: Free
4. Tuning in – Brain and Body
If you’re into science or just want to know more depth into human’s brain and body, this exhibition is the one for you.
Date: 29 – 31 July
Science Centre Singapore
15 Science Centre Road
Singapore 609081
Admission: $6.00 – $12.00
5. SSO Pops Concert – A Night on Broadway
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Enjoy some of the greatest Broadway hits – Tonight, I Could Have Danced All Night, Cheek to Cheek – at this SSO Pops Concert featuring conductor Joshua Tan and singer Rani Singam. Let your hair down as they bring you a stunning selection of favourite songs from the best-selling musicals My Fair Lady, West Side Story, The Sound of Music and more!
Date: 29 July
Time: 7.30PM
Esplanade Concert Hall
1 Esplanade Drive
Singapore 038981
Admission: $28.00 – $88.00
6. Rewind featuring Lindo Martinez
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Elevating sounds in The Netherland’s history of electronic music DJ’s and producers, Dutch Lindo Martinez contributes to the undeniable sounds taken to the world. On the edge with an elevating (tech) house accent or conducted Balearic and chillaxing sundown set, this internationally driven and award winning artist has brought talent to the forefront as a label aficionado, precise producer with Earfood Studio and DJ-booth bright spark. Across Europe, Russia on the Soundstorm tour and over the oceans with a passion for Asia, Lindo Martinez isn’t without a lead in his combusting quest!
Date: 29 July
Time: –
133 Cecil Street
#B1-02 Keck Seng Tower
Singapore 069535
Admission: Free
7. Orpheus in the Underworld
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Scandal. Adultery. Decadence. Hardly what you would expect from the story of one of mythology’s most famous couples, Orpheus and Euridice, or at least, that’s what Public Opinion would like everyone to think. But what happens when the real story of a husband and wife, trapped in a loveless marriage, surrounded by the wild pleasures of the world gets out, against the better judgment of morality? Well, a riotous operetta of epic proportions of course! Jacques Offenbach’s most famous work is given a contemporary twist in New Opera Singapore’s brand new production featuring a stellar cast under the direction of Stefanos Rassios.
Date: 29 – 31 July
Time: –
Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall
11 Empress Place
Singapore 179555
Admission: $25.00 – $60.00

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