We’re halfway through the month of October and that means we’re so much closer to a public holiday (Deepavali)! With so many plays, festivals and performances going on in the next two weeks, you’ll be busy having way too much fun!

1. Atlantis Fright Night

Atlantis Music Festival

Huge fan of EDM and wild beach parties? Atlantis Fright Night is exactly what you need! Blackwhite Production is hosting their very own Halloween themed dance party at Wave House Sentosa. With 8 different DJs on the decks, the latest EDM hits and  a crowd of party goers Atlantis Fright Night is bound to get your heart pounding!

Find out more: Atlantis Fright Night – Dance Till Dawn At Siloso Beach’s Halloween Themed Music Festival

Blackwhite Production Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/blackwhiteproductions10/
Atlantis Fright Night: https://www.facebook.com/events/603212146506905/

Atlantis Fright Night
Wave House Sentosa
36 Siloso Beach Walk
22 Oct 2016 (Sat)
6pm til late

2. Singapore Wine Fiesta 2016


Back for the its 9th year, Singapore Wine Fiesta 2016 is Singapore’s largest outdoor wine festival. Organised by The Straits Wine Company, the festival will see over 70 international wineries showcasing more than 350 wines this year! Held at Clifford Square, participants will get access to over 40 masterclasses where wine experts will teach the crowd how to taste and appreciate the different wine styles!

For more information:

Singapore Wine Fiesta 2016 Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/sgwinefiesta2016/

Get your tickets now at SISTIC!

Singapore Wine Fiesta 2016
Clifford Square (next Fullerton Bay Hotel)
Collyer Quay, S049326
20 Oct -23 Oct

3. Singapore Restaurant Week


If you’ve been dying to try out some upscale restaurants that Singapore has to offer but can’t really afford the pricetags, then you should be pretty excited that Singapore Restaurant Week is back! Singapore Restaurant Week has over a hundred fine dining restaurants offering up 3-course lunches and dinners at $28++ and $38++! The 9 day food affair starts 22 October and will come to an end on 30 October. So if you’re keen on impressing a date or if you just want to try some upscale eats, Singapore Restaurant Week has got you covered!

Find out more: Singapore Restaurant Week’s Official Website

4. Halloween Parties Galore


October is all about Halloween and Singapore has its own fill of horror themed amusement parks and parties! From Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights to CE LA VI’s Cirque Le Soir horror themed party, there’s something spooky for all age groups!

Want to find out more about the Top 10 Halloween Parties that you CANNOT miss? Check out Die Die Must Party: 10 Halloween Parties That’ll Scare The Living Daylights Out Of You!

5. Miss Saigon: The 25th Anniversary Performance

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Miss Saigon, the critically acclaimed musical is celebrating its 25th Anniversary at Capitol Theatre. An epic love story that tells the tragic tale of a young bar girl who falls in love with an American GI amidst the fall of Saigon, this musical is set keep you at the edge of your seat! For two nights only, the Capitol Theatre will be screening this thrilling and emotionally stirring musical, so get your tickets now before you miss out!

Get your tickets for Miss Saigon from SISTIC’s Official Website!

Miss Saigon: The 25th Anniversary Performance
Capitol Theatre
11 Stamford Rd, Capitol Piazza, S178884
22 Oct – 23 Oct

No plans for the weekends? Not anymore with these 5 events happening in October! What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now!

(feature image: Blackwhite Productions)

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