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What's On in Singapore in March

What's On in Singapore in March

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Updated: 23 March 2017
March is one of few months in Singapore that has no public holidays, meaning that everyone is looking for fun things to do in the evenings after work. Luckily, from a toy art exhibition and design week to ending the month with one of the world’s biggest bands, there is no shortage of things to do this month in Singapore.


© Marion Michele/Unsplash | Courtesy of the National Design Centre Singapore | Courtesy of Kult Gallery

Left to right: © Marion Michele/Unsplash | Courtesy of the National Design Centre Singapore | Courtesy of Kult Gallery

HEALTH & FITNESS | Learn the essence of yoga with Yiannis Mukta Om

📅  Friday 3, March–Sunday 5, March

Kick off March feeling relaxed and invigorated at The Yoga School when Yiannis Mukta Om makes his first visit to Singapore to share the teachings of Sri Dharma Mittra, whom he studied under for over a decade. For The Essence of Yoga, Mukta Om will run six workshops and classes are open to all levels.

Tickets: S$108 (US$76)/session or S$550 (US$388) for all six sessions

📍 The Yoga School

DESIGN | Learn to Appreciate and Create Good Design at Singapore Design Week

📅  Friday 3, March – Sunday 12, March

The fourth annual Singapore Design Week organised by the DesignSingapore Council returns with the aim of improving design across the island. The festival will feature showcases by local and international designers, workshops catering to different age groups and interests and design conferences. Look out for DIY events where you can make your own custom accessories or UX classes that could help further your career.

Tickets: varies across events, see the SDW website for details

📍 National Design Centre

ARTS | Explore the dark side of children’s toys at Choking Hazard

📅  Friday 17, February–Saturday 18, March (closed Sundays)

The Kult Gallery kicked off their latest exhibition Choking Hazard: An Exhibition About Toys in mid-February. If you missed the launch party, you’ve still got a few weeks to support this underground art studio. In the gallery, you’ll see the work of 25 artists who dismantled existing toys to make something new, commenting on waste and over-consumption. Pick up the latest issue of the Kult magazine featuring 45 artists and their takes on various toys.

Tickets: Free Admission

📍 Kult Gallery


Courtesy of MAAD | © Walter Lim/WikiCommons | © Alice Donovan Rouse/Unsplash

left to right: Courtesy of MAAD | © Walter Lim/WikiCommons | © Alice Donovan Rouse/Unsplash

MARKET | Buy Local at MAAD

📅  Friday 10, March 5 p.m.–12 a.m. 

The Market of Artists and Designers or MAAD is Singapore’s largest creative marketplace. Since 2006, MAAD has been hosting a monthly market at the Red Dot Design Museum which attracts over 3,000 people who shop for local goods and enjoy musical and live art performances by local creatives. With the news of the museum’s closing, this month’s market will be your last chance to visit the museum for free.

Tickets: Free Admission

📍 Red Dot Design Museum

MUSIC | See the Singapore Symphony Orchestra

📅  Saturday 11, March 6:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.

The Singapore Symphony Orchestra will be performing a Saturday evening concert at the Meadow at Gardens by the Bay. Pack some snacks and a picnic basket and kick off your Saturday night with some culture.

Tickets: Free Admission

📍 The Meadow at Gardens by the Bay

FESTIVAL | Celebrate Women’s Day at a block party

📅  Saturday 11, March 2 p.m.–7 p.m.

AWARE Singapore is hosting a Block Party in celebration of International Women’s Day. There will be sessions on how women’s rights need to be improved in corporate and social environments, as well as a market selling treats, handmade jewellery and vintage clothes. While you’re there, learn more about AWARE and how you can contribute to pushing for gender equality in Singapore.

Tickets: Free Admission 

📍 5 Dover Crescent


Barrel Aged Singapore Sling Courtesy of Nutmeg&Clove | Fort Canning Gate © David Lee/Flickr | Empire Bar Courtesy of Hidden Door Concepts

Left to right: Barrel Aged Singapore Sling Courtesy of Nutmeg&Clove | Fort Canning Gate © David Lee/Flickr | Empire Bar Courtesy of Hidden Door Concepts

FESTIVAL | Learn the art of mixology at the Singapore Cocktail Festival

📅  Thursday 16, March–Tuesday 21, March

The Singapore Cocktail Festival launches its inaugural event with participation from bars across the central business district and a series of events called Taste, Learn, Play that will feature a signature cocktail, mixology workshops and cocktail tours around some of Singapore’s bar districts.

Tickets: Free Admission

📍 The Festival Village

FESTVAL | Dance like noone is watching at The Garden Beats Festival

📅   Saturday 18, March 1 p.m.–10:30 p.m.

The Garden Beats Festival returns to Fort Canning for another day of electronic dance music and picnicing. The lineup features Autograf, Teenage Mutants and many more local and international acts. This year’s festival will also have impressive food and beverage options, Singapore’s largest twister game and a styling corner where you can get your festival look on point.

Tickets: S$105 (US$74) in advance, S$125 (US$88) door

📍 Fort Canning

PARTY | Start Your St. Patrick’s Day With Some Exercise

📅  Friday 17, March 5 p.m.–7 p.m.

50 Raffles Place is hosting a Pot of Gold Vertical Pub Crawl where you can get four pints across four different bars and a personal-sized Irish pizza. If you successfully climb all 45 storeys, you can double your take and get an extra four pints of beer for free. You must register before March 15.

Tickets: S$45 (US$32)

📍 50 Raffles Place


© Amal FM/Flickr | © Chonita lucas/WikiCommons | © Uncensored Interview/WikiCommons

Left to right: © Amal FM/Flickr | © Chonita lucas/WikiCommons | © Uncensored Interview/WikiCommons

MUSIC | Be carried away by the music of Joe Hisaishi

📅  Saturday 25, March

Enjoy a performance of tracks by the Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi. Hisaishi is one of Japan’s most accomplished composers with a resume that includes over 100 films including the Studio Ghibli films of Hayao Miyazaki such as Castle in the Sky and Princess Mononoke. Any fan of these films should not miss the Studio Ghibli Recital.

Tickets: S$16 (US$11)

📍 Capital Tower, STI Auditorium

MUSIC | Fall in love again at Coldplay

📅   Friday, March 31 & Saturday, April 1

Coldplay returns to Singapore for the first time in nearly a decade for two nights as part of their A Headful of Dreams Tour. The band added the second gig after the first sold out in just a few minutes (and took out the Sports Hub ticket website with it!). All 100,000 tickets to both nights have sold out but there are already many people selling tickets on the event’s FB page.

Tickets: S$78–S$228 (US$55–US$161)

📍 The National Stadium

MUSIC | Get out your dancing shoes for the International Jazz Fest

📅  Friday, March 31st–Sunday, April 2nd

End the month with some swanky performances at the Singapore International Jazz Festival. This year they are running two programs, the Main Stage Sing Jazz shows with performances by Corine Bailey Rae and Nik West from 4 p.m.–10:30 p.m. and then for the party animals and night owls, The Late Show will run from 10 p.m.–4 a.m. headlined by a Basement Jaxx DJ set. 

Tickets: S$108+ (US$76+)

📍 Marina Bay Sands