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What's On In Singapore In February

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Updated: 23 March 2017
After a very culturally-oriented calendar in January, with the Singapore Fringe Festival, Singapore Art Week and the Singapore Biennale all vying for attention, the events calendar in February slows down to a moderate pace, with the focus more on getting out and having a good time with friends, whether at a hotel pool party or a colourful water fight.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH

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© MCK-photography/WikiCommons | © Bollywood Hungama/WikiCommons | © Debbie Y. Photography

Music | Rock out with Bring Me The Horizon

📅 Thursday, February 2nd, 8pm

This year’s impressive concert line up continues with UK metal band Bring Me The Horizon coming to Singapore for their only Asia date on their current world tour in support of their most recent release, ‘That’s The Spirit’. ‘Bring Me The Horizon’ is riding high on the wave of success; the last few years have seen them sell out arena shows all over the world and score a number 1 hit with their single ‘Happy Song’. Now a household name, this concert is not to be missed for metal fans in the city-state.

Tickets: $108

📍 D’Marquee @ Downtown East

Fashion | See the latest trends in Indian fashion

📅 Saturday, February 4th 6pm-10pm

The Singapore Indian Models Agency is holding the Singapore Indian Fashion Runway at The Pavilion at Far East Square in Telok Ayer. The Agency hopes that by connecting women who love fashion and avidly follow the international fashion shows of Milan, New York and Tokyo, they will be able to show the culture and fashions of India to a wider audience.

Tickets: $60 advance, $80 at the door

📍 The Pavilion, Far East Square

Festival | Party in the pool all afternoon

📅 Saturday, February 4th

Join the party community Sorry Not Sorry and hip hop event organizer Please Don’t Tell for the Sryntsry Pool Party at the Sofitel So hotel. Get down to an afternoon of awesome music from Jamie React, Max Verrier, Oliver Osborne and more. The event has paired with the hotel for some drink specials. Most notably partiers can get a bottle of housepour spirits for $170.

Tickets: Before 4pm $10 includes one drink, after 4pm $10

📍 Hi-So, Sofitel So Singapore

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH

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Music | Say goodbye to Yellowcard

📅 Sunday, February 12th 8pm

American rock band Yellowcard are calling it quits after two decades of success. Join the band for the Singapore stop of The Final World Tour. The band, touring in support of their final album released last year, have no animosity towards each other – rather they have reached the point where they want to explore other projects. Fans of the band will be hoping to hear classic Yellowcard tracks like Ocean Avenue and Light up the Sky. VIP Meet & Green tickets have already sold out, so don’t wait too long to pick up your tickets!

Tickets: Advance $98 / At Door $118

📍 The Coliseum @ Hard Rock Hotel, Resorts World, Sentosa

Food | Yardbird takes over Meat Smith

📅 Sunday, February 12th

Yardbird, a Japanese-style yakitori from Hong Kong, descends on our sunny shores for a takeover of Meat Smith for Yarbird x Meat Smith, an international pop-up like never before. Yardbird will be cooking up some of their signature favourites including their meatball yakitori, pork belly and of course, their famous fried chicken.
Tickets: Admission is free

📍 Meat Smith

Festival | Learn about sustainability at EarthFest

📅 Sunday, February 12th 11am – 3.30pm

The second annual EarthFest returns to Marina Barrage with the goal of inspiring and motivating visitors to follow green initiatives for a better future. This year’s festival will feature a farmer’s market selling eco-friendly products handmade by Singaporean designers, a sustainable food fair and screenings of several documentaries including Sandra Marichl’s “The Cold Truth” which examines the effects of air-con use in Singapore on the environment and Craig Leeson’s “A Plastic Ocean” showing the growing levels of dangerous plastic pollution that can be found in the ocean.

Tickets: Admission is free

📍 Marina Barrage

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH

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© Courtesy of S&R Dance Events | Courtesy of Frontier Danceland © Bernie Ng | © Madeleine Deaton/Flickr

Theatre| Watch the unfolding of a secret relationship

📅 Saturday, February 18th 7pm

S&R Dance & Events presents Dear Liar, a play adapted from the four decades of correspondence between George Bernard Shaw and actress Mrs. Patrick Campbell who performed the role of Eliza Doolittle in Shaw’s seminal work, Pygmalion. The comedy, written by Jerome Kilty and directed by Satyadev Dubey, analyzes the nature of their relationship over the years.

Tickets: $55-$248

📍 National University of Singapore

Theatre | Watch some of Singapore’s up-and-coming best dancers

📅 Friday, February 17th

Frontier Danceland, a local contemporary dance company, introduces the newest batch of PULSE scholars in LEAP 2017! This annual performance platform is created exclusively for the M1-Frontier Danceland PULSE Programme scholars. These scholars, who have undergone a year of weekly training with Frontier Danceland’s company artists, are young dance enthusiasts who are handpicked each year after an audition process.

Tickets: $18

📍 Goodman Arts Centre