Stepping into the month of October, a new series of events have specially been lined up for you and your loved ones. The fun never ends with Halloween celebrations to music festivals and the highly anticipated sports event everyone has been waiting for – WTA Finals Singapore. Here’s what to expect:
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS
Ever wondered what happens when the Blood Moon reigns over us? Or have you walked past apparitions without realising it? Join in the survival of the fittest when you embark on a horrifying journey, from trespassing the houses of hungry ghosts to taking the last train home. Who will survive? Brace yourselves for a terrifying experience as Universal Studios Singapore brings you Halloween Horror Nights – “No masks or costumes are allowed, your terrified face is all you need.”
When: 2 to 31 October
Where: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE
Opening Hours: 7.30PM – 12.30AM
PUMA NIGHT RUN SINGAPORE 2015
Once again, Puma Night Run is back this year to bring you more excitement, entertainment and endurance. Get sweaty and pumped up with your loved ones in this luminous, unforgettable 10km marathon of fun and enjoyment. Catch band performances and some of your favourite celebrities from the hit movie Ah Boys to Men - Tosh Rock, Joshua Tan and Bunz will be there to hype things up. Exclusive prizes will be awarded to the top 3 finishers. As for the others, not to worry as you could be one of the lucky draw winners of the night!
When: 17 October
Where: Marina Barrage
WTA FINALS SINGAPORE
The finalists of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) have geared up to finally compete amongst one another for the Championship. No more watching your favourite players on screen as they portray their fiery sportsmanship “live” in Singapore. Get ready for a series of intensifying and breath-taking matches along with the loud cheers of the crowds. Contesting are Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Maria Sharapova, Lucie Safarova and many more.
When: 23 October to 1 November
Where: SINGAPORE INDOOR STADIUM
GHOST THE MUSICAL
Directed by Jerry Zucker, Ghost is a UK Academy Award winning musical for the hopeless romantic. Started in Manchester, 2011, the production continues to evolve globally even till today. Sam and Molly were separated after the death of Sam, causing him to be trapped as a spirit forever. As he knows of Molly being in danger, Sam approaches a psychic in an attempt to speak to Molly. Will he be able to save Molly despite living in the underworld?
When: 20 October to 1 November
Where: MARINA BAY SANDS, SANDS THEATRE
AARON KWOK DE SHOW MASQUERADE WORLD TOUR LIVE IN SINGAPORE
Recognised in his salad days for a flair in dancing, famous Hong Kong pop star Aaron Kwok then embarked on his musical and acting journey. The solo artiste’s career took flight after having won numerous prestigious awards in all 3 areas, with sell-out concerts all around the world till date. Ranging from dance-pop to traditional Chinese music, Aaron Kwok is coming to town to rock the stage with you, showcasing creative stunts, special effects and choreography - an extravaganza that will definitely take you off your seats.
When: 30 to 31 October
Where: MARINA BAY SANDS, SANDS GRAND BALLROOM
da:ns festival 2015
Travel into the world of dance with da:ns festival 2015 as they bring you a diversity of mind-blowing performances by world-renowned dance icons; Nederlands Dans Theatre 2 - An evening of five works, Tango Legends, Sylvie Guillem – Life in Progress and Torobaka. Witness the passion and expression with every movement of the body as the dancers unveil the story behind every scene. Not forgetting original works by Singapore talents Kuik Swee Boon and Choy Ka Fa, da:ns festival is not to be missed.
When: 9 to 18 October
Where: Esplanade Theatre
OKTOBERFEST ASIA 2015
Heads up, beer lovers! What’s better than indulging in free flow of authentic quality German beers accompanied with German food, games and watching the Hofbräuhaus Show – a performance which brings out the Bavarian culture? Experience the taste of top-notch brews like Schneider Weisse, Paulaner, Weihenstephan and Dre@mfields. Some plus points for you if you come dressed in a traditional German costume to boost the atmosphere! Tickets are selling fast so do purchase early to avoid disappointment!
When: 8 to 10 October
Where: Marina at Keppel Bay
SINGAPORE WINE FIESTA 2015
The countdown begins as we get closer to Singapore’s biggest outdoor wine festival – a one-stop retailing, tasting and informative experience for all. Be spoilt for choices with over 350 wines bridged from all across the world to choose from. In lieu of SG50, participants get to enjoy fine culinary delights prepared exclusively by our local renowned chefs namely Malcom Lee, Bjorn Shen and Matthew Mok. Also, Experts from PLUMM will be showing you why five glasses are all you need for your wine-tasting experience. Be curious no more as wineries reveal a glimpse of the secret recipe to their premium wine. So go ahead and perfect your night with good wine, food, music and company.
When: 22 to 25 October
Where: Clifford Square
SPRING WAVE MUSIC FESTIVAL SINGAPORE 2015
Join in the ‘wave’ as Spring Wave Music Festival - Asia’s leading Mandopop outdoor music festival - brings you an all-in-one concert put up by various renowned Taiwanese rock artists. You can expect to see familiar faces like Wubai, China Blue, Chen-Yue Chang and many more. Consider getting some light sticks for you and your friends before you head down to the concert for an entire fun-filled day of rock music!
When: 10 October
Where: Fort Canning Green
AL MURRAY THE PUB LANDLORD : ONE MAN, ONE GUVNOR
Alastair James Hay, or better known as “The Pub Landlord”, is a highly successful, witty stand-up British celebrity comedian. He, too, is an author, having published numerous books from ‘Watching War Films with my Dad’ to his best-selling ‘The Pub Landlord’s Book of British Common Sense’. Find out what happens when King Cnut of Common Sense and beer come together in theatres as he takes ‘One Man, One Guvnor’ to Singapore.
When: 7 October
Where: UNIVERSITY CULTURAL CENTRE HALL, NUS