Singapore: Check out significant events happening around you this weekend

Singapore is one such country where most of the events and festivals take place on every weekend.

Marina Bay
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Singapore is one such country which offers its residents many options to entertain themselves during the weekend.

Whether you are a socialite, tourist, or new in town, one cannot miss events happening around the Lion city, as they will be one or the other to enthral you. Moreover, these events are either free or pocket-friendly.

Singaporeans can have a great time at these events with their families and friends. So readers, it's time to stop what you're doing and pick one from these events of your choice.

Here are six events you need to watch out for this weekend.

Noise invasion festival

Noise Invasion Festival
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Embrace the Noise Invasion Festival by getting all wired and outrageous. Haw Par Villa is conducting this offbeat festival filled with art, music, and food. Along with experimental dance performances, street of food, art market showcasing designed products and home-grown products will also be there.

Visitors can look forward to lineups of musicians like M1LD1FE, Sam Rui, Wicked Aura, etc. There are also workshops for songwriting and experimental music.

Venue: Haw Par Villa

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Singapore's Special Day

Singapore's Special day
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Visitors who are clueless about taking their dogs for an outing, Singapore Special 's Day is the best place to have some fun along with your pets. This event is organized by Mongrels, which is a nonprofit organization, aiming to raise awareness among people to adopt a mongrel. It kicks starts with Dog – thon and one can adopt a mongrel if they wish for one.

Venue: Leban Park

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Painting with LIGHT: International Film Festival on arts

Painting with LIGHT: International Film Festival on arts
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One can watch restored classics and art movies that will premiere on the inaugural day of the movie festival, hosted by National Gallery Singapore. The line up of movies that are curated for the event are feature-length and short films like Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land, followed by a journey into the history of the Czech French photographer Joseph Koudelka and The New Rijksmuseum that records the restoration of Holland's famous museum.

Venue: National Gallery Singapore

Date: October 29

Tickets: $8-$10

NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party

NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party
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One can have a gala time at NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party, as there will be lots of fun including music, alcohol and plenty of art. Th event is starting off with a performance by homegrown artist Ho Tzu Nyen and Bani Haykal entitled The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia Volume exploring algorithm audio and visual.

Venue: Gilman Baracks

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Playeum's making it home

Playeum's making it home
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Playeum's Children Centre for creativity has brought its fourth interactive exhibition, 'Making it Home' - suitable for kids aged between 1 and 12. The venue has been transformed into different rooms such as 'The Center SPACE', 'The Bedroom' and the Kitchen. Children get to live their dream to the fullest and experiment different activities.

Venue: Playeum's Children's Center for Creativity

Date: October 28

Tickets: $22

Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty, and Culture

Precious  Eggs : Of Art, Beauty anmd Culture
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Right from eggs of ostrich, chicken to reindeer horn, you can find these at the exhibition featuring 148 one-of-its-kind eggs with delicacy, out of which few of them are hand carried from Liechtenstein National Museum. One can also admire a glass egg containing ashes from the Mt Helena Volcanic Eruption of 1980 and a pair of porcelain eggs from 1941 that survived the civil resolutions and World War 1.

Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum

Date: October 29

Tickets: $8

Marina Bay
Reuters

Singapore is one such country which offers its residents many options to entertain themselves during the weekend.

Whether you are a socialite, tourist, or new in town, one cannot miss events happening around the Lion city, as they will be one or the other to enthral you. Moreover, these events are either free or pocket-friendly.

Singaporeans can have a great time at these events with their families and friends. So readers, it's time to stop what you're doing and pick one from these events of your choice.

Here are six events you need to watch out for this weekend.

Noise invasion festival

Noise Invasion Festival
Facebook

Embrace the Noise Invasion Festival by getting all wired and outrageous. Haw Par Villa is conducting this offbeat festival filled with art, music, and food. Along with experimental dance performances, street of food, art market showcasing designed products and home-grown products will also be there.

Visitors can look forward to lineups of musicians like M1LD1FE, Sam Rui, Wicked Aura, etc. There are also workshops for songwriting and experimental music.

Venue: Haw Par Villa

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Singapore's Special Day

Singapore's Special day
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Visitors who are clueless about taking their dogs for an outing, Singapore Special 's Day is the best place to have some fun along with your pets. This event is organized by Mongrels, which is a nonprofit organization, aiming to raise awareness among people to adopt a mongrel. It kicks starts with Dog – thon and one can adopt a mongrel if they wish for one.

Venue: Leban Park

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Painting with LIGHT: International Film Festival on arts

Painting with LIGHT: International Film Festival on arts
Facebook

One can watch restored classics and art movies that will premiere on the inaugural day of the movie festival, hosted by National Gallery Singapore. The line up of movies that are curated for the event are feature-length and short films like Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land, followed by a journey into the history of the Czech French photographer Joseph Koudelka and The New Rijksmuseum that records the restoration of Holland's famous museum.

Venue: National Gallery Singapore

Date: October 29

Tickets: $8-$10

NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party

NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party
Facebook

One can have a gala time at NTU CCA Singapore's fourth-anniversary party, as there will be lots of fun including music, alcohol and plenty of art. Th event is starting off with a performance by homegrown artist Ho Tzu Nyen and Bani Haykal entitled The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia Volume exploring algorithm audio and visual.

Venue: Gilman Baracks

Date: October 28

Tickets: Free

Playeum's making it home

Playeum's making it home
Facebook

Playeum's Children Centre for creativity has brought its fourth interactive exhibition, 'Making it Home' - suitable for kids aged between 1 and 12. The venue has been transformed into different rooms such as 'The Center SPACE', 'The Bedroom' and the Kitchen. Children get to live their dream to the fullest and experiment different activities.

Venue: Playeum's Children's Center for Creativity

Date: October 28

Tickets: $22

Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty, and Culture

Precious  Eggs : Of Art, Beauty anmd Culture
Facebook

Right from eggs of ostrich, chicken to reindeer horn, you can find these at the exhibition featuring 148 one-of-its-kind eggs with delicacy, out of which few of them are hand carried from Liechtenstein National Museum. One can also admire a glass egg containing ashes from the Mt Helena Volcanic Eruption of 1980 and a pair of porcelain eggs from 1941 that survived the civil resolutions and World War 1.

Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum

Date: October 29

Tickets: $8

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