A quick digest of the coolest weekend happenings in Singapore.
Friday, June 15
Browse through an exhibition of Singapore’s national monuments, in miniature sizes built with Lego blocks. Some of the eight landmarks featured include the Central Fire Station, National Museum of Singapore, and St. Andrew’s Cathedral. After June, the traveling showcase will make its way to other public libraries around the country.
Until June 30; daily 10am-9pm at Central Public Library, National Library Building Basement 1. Free.
This thrilling production by The Finger Players revolves around an undiscovered artwork reportedly painted by Adolf Hitler.
Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm at Victoria Theatre. $35-$55.
The annual tattoo convention features traditional Kalinga tattooists among the more than 160 artists from across the globe, including names like Horiyoshi III and Nikko Hurtado.
Until June 17 at Suntec Convention Centre, Hall 404. Tickets from $30.
Kick start the long weekend with 42 acts performing across three stages over two days at this year’s edition of Ultra, with headliners such as DJ Snake, Steve Angello, Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Above & Beyond, Fedde Le Grand, and more. To fuel up throughout what’s bound to be a sweaty day, head to the food booths for dishes by Fat Lulu’s and Froth. For those who want to keep the dancing going, there will be pre- and after-parties hosted at nightclub AVRY.
Until June 16; 2pm-late at Ultra Park, 1 Bayfront Ave. Tickets from $120.
Saturday, June 16
This hotel fair spotlights vendors selling arts and crafts, jewelry, home decor, furniture, and stationery, with a tapas and cocktail tasting counter in case those hunger pangs come calling.
10am-5:30pm at Novotel Singapore on Stevens. Free.
The first ever amateur drag queen contest at Peaches gears up for round one, with 10 contestants battling it out for the title via lip syncs, performance challenges, and couture runways over six weeks.
11pm-late at Peaches. Cover charge from $30.
Baggy, aka Bhargav Ramakrishanan, takes the stage for a night to tickle your funny bone with his comedic chops.
7pm at Stephen Riady Auditorium @ NTUC. $40-$55.
Sunday, June 17
Try your hand at carnival games like beer bottle ring toss and ping pong nerf target at this chill party, with beats by performers such as DJs Sivanesh, William J, JustMack, and JB.
2pm-10pm at Camp Kilo Charcoal Club.
Watch the sun go down on your long weekend as you chill by the beach with tunes by DJs Aldrin, Mr. Has, and TrevD.
4pm-10pm at FOC Sentosa.