Five things to do this weekend: 5 — 7 February

Five things to do this weekend: 5 — 7 February


Text: Angelyn Kwek

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Image: Facebook

Live it up this long weekend with a diverse lineup of activities: From getting your groove on and a unique flea shopping experience to a thought-provoking exhibition

SHOP | MAAD Pyjamas

Your favourite flea market of epic proportions is happening again. Besides sourcing for unique merchandise such as local crafts and arts, you can also get your personal portrait drawn at #PortraitsAfterDark by experienced illustrators and painters.

5 February, 5pm to midnight at the Red Dot Design Museum. See their Facebook page for further information.

PARTY | Hot Since 82 @ Zouk

Because there's no such thing as too many parties, Zouk is warming up for the season with a capital performance from the band Hot Since 82 for those raring to let their hair down. Loaded with their best tracks to kick-off a lengthy weekend, this is one party that'll bring down the house.

5 February, from 8pm at Zouk Singapore. View their page for more details.

MUSIC | Hyphenics presents Brotha From Another Mutha

Boogie this long weekend with an extended dance floor session featuring back-to-back house and electronic music by leading local DJs Gerald Ang and Rob Young. New Zealand act Arctic Penguin will also be spinning their upbeat hip-hop tunes to keep the crowds raving.

5 February, from 8pm till late at CATO. Visit their homepage for more details.


Riding the music scene high is Good Times with the launch of their eighth year collaboration featuring ATTAGIRL! with their jamming mix of hip-hop, house, dub and more. Set against the relaxed and casual backdrop of Blu Jaz Café, what's better than a beer and head-bobbing tunes to start the long weekend?

5 things 5-7 Feb

5 February, from 9pm at the Blu Jaz Café. Click here to find out more.

ART | For Your Approval, Please

Want some food for thought? Singaporean artist nicfoo presents his photographic exhibition that explores our hierarchical system and how we perceive this social structure on and around us. Referencing the cliché phrase where one seeks approval from a senior authority, the exhibition is a retrospective view on our cultural identity.

5 things 5-7 Feb

5 February to 20 March, 7 - 10.30pm at Artistry. Go to their Facebook page for more details.