In the blink of an eye, we’re three months into the year – but the events continue to come in thick and fast. From throwback concerts to art festivals galore, here’s a definitive list of what you should go for in March.

2 Mar: Blue Live in Singapore

Blue in Singapore

Remember Blue? It has been eight long years, but the British boyband finally came through with their long-awaited concert at [email protected] Box! Experience nostalgia at its finest as the legendary four-piece sends fans back to the early-Noughties with their extensive catalog of smash hits such as ‘All Rise’, ‘One Love’ and ‘Guilty’.

Tickets from $108, visit APACTIX for more information.

5 Mar: Kodaline Live in Singapore


After dropping their third full-length album Politics of Living at the end of 2018, Irish band Kodaline has embarked on a world tour to promote their latest effort – with a stop in Singapore, marking their return to our shores nearly five years since their last gig here. Rock out with the quartet to tracks such as ‘All I Want’, ‘Love Like This’ and ‘Follow Your Fire’ in what’s sure to be a night to remember.

Tickets from $128, visit SISTIC for more information.

7 Mar: Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues Tour Live in Singapore

Maroon 5

Fans of Maroon 5, the wait is almost over: the American pop rock band’s one-night-only National Stadium concert is just around the corner! Led by charismatic frontman Adam Levine, get ready to be enthralled by Maroon 5’s larger-than-life performances as they bring their award-winning discography to the stage.

Tickets from $98, visit Sports Hub Tix for more information.

7 to 10 Mar: Textures 2019

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After a well-received first run last year, The Arts House and #BuySinglit are joining forces once again for Textures 2019. A celebration of local literature with the theme of ‘Love and Loss (and some things in between)’, avid wordsmiths can enjoy an exciting lineup of performances, workshops and even a book fair, all while discovering Singapore’s budding literature scene.

Admission is free unless otherwise stated. Visit The Arts House for more information.

8 to 10 Mar: Street of Clans

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Before Bukit Pasoh Road became the gentrified, hipster road of cafes we know today, it was home to many of Singapore’s age-old clans as well as a thriving community of creatives. Held in conjunction with Singapore Design Week 2019, Street of Clans allows visitors a sneak peek into some of these clans’ homes where design installations, workshops and artist takeovers tell of stories past.

Admission is free. Visit Singapore Design Week for more information.

9 Mar: Garden Beats Festival 2019

Garden Beats Festival

Music and sustainability come together for a day of all-around good vibes at Garden Beats Festival. Taking place at Fort Canning Green, the fifth edition of this eco-friendly event features back-to-back music sets by both local and international artistes alongside a series of talks by champions of sustainable lifestyles. Don’t forget to pack your own picnic baskets for a party at the Picnic Fields, or pop by the Culinary Fields to grab some mouthwatering treats to keep your tummy happy throughout the fest!

Tickets from $98, visit Garden Beats Festival for more information.

14 to 17 Mar: Singapore Urban Design Festival

Singapore Urban Design Festival

Rounding off Singapore Design Week 2019 with a bang, we have the Singapore Urban Design Festival which promises you a vibrant weekend of live entertainment, delicious grub and fun-filled workshops. From quad skating on the rooftop of a carpark to getting crafty in hands-on activities, there’s a little something for everyone over four days of wholesome fun.

Tickets from $10, visit Singapore Urban Design Festival for more information.

17 Mar: Lovelyz Concert in Singapore [Lovelyz 3 of Winter World]

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Rising K-pop girl group Lovelyz will be making their Singapore concert debut this March with their Lovelyz 3 of Winter World tour. Charming the socks off Lovelinus with their bubblegum pop flavour, expect to be dazzled by infectious tunes such as ‘Candy Jelly Love’, ‘Now We’ and ‘Lost N Found’. Fans with category one and above tickets have a guaranteed high-touch with the girls and all ticket holders stand a chance to win exclusive posters and polaroids – what more can you ask for?

Tickets from $88, visit APACTIX for more information.

22 Mar: Dreamcatcher Invitation from Nightmare City in Singapore


After a short stint at HallyuPopFest last year, the mysterious ladies of Dreamcatcher will be returning to Singapore for a full-fledged concert as part of their Southeast Asian Tour, Invitation from Nightmare City. Set to thrill fans with their unique mix of horror-esque themes and rock-pop music, you’re in for a mesmerising night with numbers like ‘Chase Me’, ‘Fly High’ and their recently-released single ‘Piri’.

Tickets from $88, visit APACTIX for more information.

23 Mar: Noise Invasion Festival


Noise Invasion Festival takes centre stage in an urban setting this year, as experimental art performances and installations head to Parklane Shopping Mall’s level 8 car park. Interactive exhibitions, live music and a vintage streetwear and art market await guests looking to soak up the atmosphere on site, while others can participate in online conversations and watch the proceedings through a festival live stream from the comfort of their home.

Admission is free. Visit Noise Singapore for more information.

24 Mar: Ruel Ready Tour 2019 Live in Singapore


Named as one of the prominent breakout acts to look out for, up-and-coming star Ruel will be in town for his debut concert. Watch as the singer-songwriter enthral the crowd with singles like ‘Don’t Tell Me’ and ‘Younger’, as well as the song that netted him the ARIA award, ‘Dazed and Confused’.

Tickets from $88, visit Live Nation for more information. 

29 Mar: Tom Odell Live in Singapore 2019

Tom Odell

English singer-songwriter and piano sensation Tom Odell will be returning to familiar stomping grounds (he was last in Singapore six years ago) for a rollercoaster mix of sweeping melodies and emotional lyrics. For one night only, immerse yourselves in heartfelt crooning of various tracks from his albums Long Way Down, Wrong Crowd and Jubilee Road.

Tickets from $98, visit Live Nation for more information.

30 to 31 Mar: Sakura Matsuri: Anime Garden

Sakura Matsuri: Anime Garden 2018

Anime fans, mark your calendars – Sakura Matsuri: Anime Garden is back for its sophomore run! Held at the picturesque Meadow at Gardens by the Bay, indulge in two days of cosplay showcases, summer festival games and a Japanese-themed food bazaar. Come nightfall, bask under the beautifully lit Supertrees as popular anisong artistes such as Ayaka Ohashi (Saya Yamabuki in BanG Dream!, Uzuki Shimamura in The [email protected]: Cinderella Girls) and Megumi Nakajima (Ranka Lee in Macross Frontier, voice provider of Vocaloid GUMI) turn up the tempo with electrifying performances.

Admission is free. Visit Gardens by The Bay for more information.

Which event are you planning to check out? Tell us in the comments below!

Trends come and go, but the unicorn mania is still going strong. Bringing these magical creatures to life in the most delicious way yet, Wall’s has unleashed their latest unicorn-themed Cornettos – and it looks straight out of a fairytale!

Housed in a gorgeous pink cone, the pastel-hued treat comes topped with strawberry jam and multi-coloured chocolate balls – all wrapped in a holographic packaging with a sparkly rainbow unicorn on the front. Oh, and it tastes like dreams, marshmallows and cotton candy – kinda like a paddle pop ice cream.

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Previously only available in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, the clever-named Unicornetto has now made its way to Singapore – but bear in mind that these bad boys can play a lil’ hard to get. For now, it’s only stocked at selected 7-Eleven stores islandwide, so be sure to pop by your neighbourhood outlet to hunt ’em down!

And in case you were wondering, no unicorns were harmed during the production of these mystical treats.

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Once again, it’s that time of the year where all the loved-up couples are scrambling to book a table at the fanciest restaurant in town – amongst other cliches. This Valentine’s Day day, skip the overpriced eateries and head down to these pink-themed (duh) cafes that will make everyone else pink with envy.

Amber Ember

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Awash in an artful palette of dusty pink with brass gold accents and lush greenery, Amber Ember is a minimalist dream come true. Besides serving up aesthetically pleasing views, this delightful little nook specialises in the brunch staple of jaffles, which are essentially iron-toasted sandwiches with your choice of filling. Our go-to combo? Anything savoury (we recommend Truffle Shrooms) with a dollop of purple sweet potato mash on the side – sure to score you some bonus IG points!

Address: 730 Upper Serangoon Road #01-01, Singapore 534613
Opening hours: 9am – 6pm (Tues to Sun) | Closed on Mon
Tel: 6926 3312

A Summer In Paris

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A slice of Paris nestled amidst the busting retail hubbub, this French patisserie is decorated with cascading blooms and cheerful paintings against its picturesque backdrop – it almost felt as though we were transported to the City of Love. Headed by an award-winning pastry chef, indulge in their exquisite selection of beautifully-crafted desserts such as PomPom, a Granny Smith apple-inspired pistachio teacake; and Tourbillon Frui’Thé, an almond sponge cake made of grapefruit marmalade and jasmine tea mousse.

Address: VivoCity #01-13, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)
Tel: 9813 8575

Hey Sugar

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You’re in for a sugar high at this unassuming heartland cafe. Potted plants and dangling light bulbs adorn the pastel-hued space, where you can satisfy your sweet cravings with their speciality ice cream and waffles. Also sitting pretty at the counter are rows of dainty cakes in unique flavours such as Ondeh Ondeh and Rainbow Vanilla – perfect for lovebirds with a sweet tooth!

Address: Blk 818 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1 #01-06, Singapore 680618
Opening hours: 12.30pm – 10.30pm (Mon to Thurs & Sun), 12.30pm – 11.30pm (Fri & Sat)

Lumine Cafe

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A concept space tucked at a corner of a Japanese department store, you’ll be greeted with a striking feature wall that makes for the perfect photo spot to snap your mandatory coffee shot. Subtle pops of blush are incorporated into the colour scheme, paired with photogenic elements such as the marble tabletops, rose gold ceiling lamps and comfy plush chairs. Its sophisticated interior is matched with an equally splendid menu of colourful fruit parfaits that are basically made for the ‘gram.

Address: The Central #02-20, Singapore 059817
Opening hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon to Sun)
Tel: 6224 0959


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Located along the busy streets of Clarke Quay, is this millennial pink paradise by the name of Sugarfin. Previously known as A Juicery, the charming space has now been rebranded to include an expanded selection of sandwiches, fresh bakes and even alcohol in addition to its signature cold-pressed juices. Decor wise, most of the aesthetics stayed pretty much similar – think all things pink, flamingos and neon lights that evoke images of a tropical getaway.

Psst… if you can’t bring bae for a vacay, a trip to Sugarfin will probably do the trick!

Address: 21 Lor Telok, Singapore 049033
Opening hours: 8.30am – 5pm (Mon to Fri), 10am – 4pm (Sat) | Closed on Sun
Tel: 6533 1301

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13 Fabulous Things To Do In Singapore This February 2019

31 Jan 2019 by Jasmine Ong

We’re into the second month of 2019 and the fun’s just getting started! Aside from the Chinese New Year festivities, get ready to be treated to a spectacular lineup of events that you will not want to miss – from bangin’ concerts to artsy festivals and more!

Now to 24 Feb: iLight Singapore 2019


The annual sustainable light art festival is back again with a special edition held in conjunction with the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration. Featuring a total of 33 locally and internationally designed installations, each creative art piece utilises energy-saving lighting which don’t just look good for Instagram – but it’s also a great way to encourage the uptake of sustainable habits in our daily lives. For a complete guide on what highlights to check out, click here!

Admission is free, visit iLight Singapore for more information.

Now to 24 Feb: Light to Night Festival


Be involved in a multi-sensory experience which features a slew of art programmes, interactive artworks and installations that aim to invoke new outlooks on symbolic moments in Singapore’s history. The Light to Night Festival is held in seven zones within the entire civic district, which also includes the ART X SOCIAL festival food village where you’ll find a wide array of food and craft stalls!

Admission to festival is free unless otherwise stated. Visit Light to Night Festival for more information.

Now to 24 Feb: Lucy Liu and Shubigi Rao – Unhomed Belongings


On top of being a Hollywood superstar, did you know that Lucy Liu is also an artist? In a joint exhibition with Singaporean artist Shubigi Rao, both artists presents a virtual dialogue where visitors are invited to examine seemingly ordinary objects that turn out to possess a few peculiarities when inspected upclose.

Admission is free, visit National Museum Singapore for more information.

Now to 24 Feb: State of Motion 2019 – A Fear of Monsters


Though most of us might be too proud to admit; we are all afraid of things that go bump in the night. From the legendary Pontianak to the Orang Minyak or oily man, all things supernatural have kept us entertained and unified in our fear of the unknown. State of Motion will attempt to push you out of your comfort zone as you learn to develop a deeper understanding of the history and direction that Asian horror has advanced in Southeast Asian art, film and popular culture.

Admission is free unless otherwise stated. Visit State of Motion for more information.

2 Feb: RuPaul’s Drag Race – Werq The World Tour [R18]


The worldwide drag phenomenon is finally here to make their official Singapore debut! Featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10 finalists Asia O’Hara, Eureka O’Hara and Kameron Michaels as well as fan favourites from past seasons Detox, Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls and Violet Chachki, it’s looking to be a very fierce Saturday night worthy of the Drag Race Hall of Fame!

Tickets from $108, visit Apactix for more information.

3 to 10 Feb: River Hongbao 2019


Soak in the Lunar New Year atmosphere with larger-than-life lanterns that tell intriguing tales inspired by Chinese cultural legends and myths. Besides taking in the mesmerising sights, gear up for a night of fun over at the accompanying carnival which features over 20 thrilling rides and games, and comfort food you can indulge in from more than 40 different vendors!

Admission is free, visit River Hongbao for more information.

15 Feb: Blackpink 2019 World Tour [In Your Area] Singapore


Blinks, are you ready for an unforgettable night with the girls of BLACKPINK? The South Korean quartet is set make concert history in Singapore with a power-packed show that not only showcases their hit discography, but also each member’s dazzling solo stages.

Tickets from $128, visit SportsHub Tix for more information.

16 Feb to 17 Mar: The Future of Our Pasts Festival


In support of the Singapore Bicentennial, take a walk down memory lane and witness the nation’s history coming to life through creative and artistic mediums such as art installations, exhibitions and musical performances. Made possible by local and international tertiary students and recent graduates, come explore various themes through projects that interpret what the past, present and future will mean for our little red dot.

Admission is free unless otherwise stated. Visit The Future of Our Pasts Festival for more information.

18 Feb: Hyukoh Live in Singapore


Having been named one of the international acts to play at the legendary Coachella Music Festival this year, you won’t want to miss your chance to hear these boys live in Singapore! Returning to our shores for their sophomore show, the indie four-piece is back to enthrall us with their infectious melodies and signature sound in yet another night to remember.

Tickets from $88, visit APACTIX for more information.

20 Feb: Nickelback Feed The Machine Tour


Since forming the band almost 23 years ago, Canadian rock juggernaut Nickelback is no stranger to producing iconic singles that still resonate with fans today. Though this will be the first time the guys perform here as part of their Feed The Machine Tour, their seasoned discography of chart-topping smashes will guarantee that you have a rockin’ good time!

Tickets from $128, visit SISTIC for more information.

23 Feb: The Great Seungri Tour 2019 Live in Singapore


Having promised to return with The Great Seungri Tour during a visit to Singapore late last year, catch BIGBANG’s power maknae live as he entertains with his catchy tracks and outgoing personality.

Tickets from $148, visit APACTIX for more information.

25 Feb: Josh Groban Bridges Tour


Be amazed by the legendary vocals of global superstar Josh Groban in his debut concert in Singapore, as he takes you to a symphonic paradise with his renowned tunes accompanied by a full choir and orchestra.

Tickets from $108, visit SISTIC for more information.

27 Feb: Years & Years – The Palo Santo Tour


Let the trio from Years & Years take you on a musical journey in their very first full-length concert in Singapore! Featuring meaningful and well-crafted hits from their recent albums, the boys are ready to show you just how intuitively connected they are to the world of British pop.

Tickets from $88, visit APACTIX for more information.

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