Five things to do this weekend (Oct 28-30)
Find your match, celebrate Halloween or clean up a beach. Take your pick!
As October ends, spend the weekend celebrating Halloween, cleaning the beach or finding your potential partner.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Oct 28 to 30):
1. Clean the beach with Decathlon
In line with SG Clean day on Oct 30, Decathlon will have its annual beach clean up on the same day at East Coast Park.
The clean up will run from 3pm to 6pm and attendees are advised to wear covered shoes and comfortable attire.
Those interested can sign up at Decathlon’s website.
2. Find a date at Tinder’s outdoor movie screening
Hopeless romantics can try their luck at dating app Tinder’s outdoor movie night and matchmaking event, Tinder Mixers – Sunset Movie & Trivia Night.
Held on Oct 29, the event will consist of a silent outdoor movie screening of (500) Days of Summer, with audio streamed through the audience’s phone headphones. It is set to start from 6.30pm onwards and will be situated at Cinewav @ MKB 2 Keppel Bay Vista.
If you see yourself being awkward at this event, you might want to work on your conversation skills before going. If all else fails, you can always try embracing that awkwardness.
Tickets are priced at $20. Participants may book their tickets on the eventbrite website.
3. Visit Hell Museum’s first year anniversary party at Haw Par Villa
Hell Museum will celebrate its first anniversary, as well as Halloween, with a birthday bash from Oct 28 to 30.
Located at Haw Par Villa, visitors can choose and book their slots at four events: Hell’s Museum After Hours: Are you Afraid of the Dark?, Midnight Shift: Halloween Special, Candlelight Halloween: A Chilling Night at Haw Par Villa and The Tiger Car Workshop.
Visitors can look forward to dressing up at Hell’s Museum After Hours: Are you Afraid of the Dark? or dancing the night away to Mord Records at Midnight Shift: Halloween Special.
Candlelight Halloween: A Chilling Night at Haw Par Villa will see Candlelight’s first ever outdoor concert, including tunes from Stranger Things, The Addams Family and Beetlejuice.
Visitors can get an exclusive look at the inner workings of Singapore’s first electric car at The Tiger Car Workshop.
4. Dress up at Zouk’s Halloween party
Mix your clubbing experience with Halloween at Zouk’s Halloween party on Oct 29.
Titled The Strange Emporium, partygoers are invited to “show up in (their) freakiest self” where the best dressed will stand to win a “mystery” prize. The party is scheduled to start from 10pm till late.
Tickets are $75 each and entitles patrons to two house pours. Those who show up in costumes will get an additional drink. For table reservations, you can email, call or Whatsapp Zouk.
5. Catch live performances at Gamebox
Located at Paya Lebar Quarter Plaza, attendees can catch live performances by 11 local artistes at Lendlease’s first neon and gamified playspace Gamebox.
These performances take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, where the artistes perform from 7pm till late.
On top of performances, there are a myriad of arcade and multiplayer games for the public to enjoy.
Gamebox is set to run till Nov 6 and admission is free.