Five things to do this weekend (Sep 25-27)
Catch a virtual concert and support a good cause, or marvel at some architectural wonders this weekend.
September is coming to an end soon (yes, nine months of 2020 have gone past just like that), but there are still plenty of activities for you to do.
Whether it’s having a splashing time in the pool or attending a virtual concert, you’re sure to have plenty of fun!
Here are five things to do this weekend:
1. Attend a virtual concert for a good cause
Mental health service, Beyond the Label, will be holding a virtual concert on Sunday (Sep 27) as part of their efforts to rally support for persons in recovery from mental health conditions.
The concert starts at 8pm and will be hosted by Benjamin Kheng and inch. Performers include several well-loved local personalities such as Kit Chan, Stefanie Sun, Taufik Batisah and Tosh Zhang among many others.
Join the concert via Facebook Live here.
2. Get in the Mid-Autumn mood
Still up for more pre-Mid-Autumn Festival activities? Fret not, because this weekend, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay will be holding their annual Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration festival.
Although it will be held online due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will be free digital programmes that showcase traditional Chinese art forms such as dance, folk songs, puppetry and poetry.
More information can be found here.
3. Immerse yourself in Archifest
This is for all the architect enthusiasts and fans out there! The annual Archifest is back this weekend with the theme Architecture Saving Our World.
This year, participants get to take part in over 100 programmes both offline and online such as online forums, virtual exhibitions, hybrid workshops and decentralised islandwide pop-up activities.
The festival will last until the end of October. Find out more information here.
4. Have a swim at Wild Wild Wet!
You can now spend an entire day at one of Singapore’s largest water parks and pay just $15.
Yes, it’s true! Wild Wild Wet is selling day passes at just $15, in an effort to get Singaporeans to support local attractions during this pandemic.
With usual ticket prices ranging between $24 and $32, this is definitely a sweet deal! So what are you waiting for? Grab some friends and get your day passes online now.
5. Turn your favourite Spotify tracks into aesthetic receipts
Have you been seeing posts of unusual receipts on your friends’ Instagram stories?
Well, if you’re bored at home and have a couple of minutes to spare, you too can get your very own ‘Spotify receipt’ via Receiptify. This online site lets you customise your own receipt based on your Top 10 most played songs in the last month, or in the last six months.