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The SceneThe Tatler Weekend Round-Up: April 19 To 21

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: April 19 To 21

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: April 19 To 21
By Amelia Yeo
April 19, 2019
What to see and do this weekend
Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt
Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt

1/4Easter for Tatlings

What Lots of ways to get your little Tatlings involved in an Easter Egg hunt this Sunday, and we have two of the best in Singapore. First up, Shangri-La Hotel has lots of Easter activities going on this weekend, including egg hunts and bunny craft sessions at Buds by Shangri-La. There’s also a live performance by Dwayne Lau and beautifully-made Easter goodies at the inhouse bakery Shophouse by Shangri-La, on top of Easter menus at various restaurants. Then there’s also Capella’s annual egg hunt, which happens during their Easter buffet at the Grand Ballroom Foyer.

When April 19 To 21

Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
Image: Courtesy of Marquee
 

2/4Marquee: Above and Beyond and Steve Aoki

What Singapore's newest and largest nightclub, Marquee, is showing no signs of slowing down. Following the electrifying opening weekend with legendary Dutch DJs Tiesto and Afrojack gracing the decks of the new establishment, alongside American rapper A$AP Rocky (or better recognised to fans as Pretty Flacko) who showed up spitting straight fire to hype up the dancefloor, this weekend is definitely no exception. 

Taking over the night will be leading English electronic band, Above and Beyond on April 19, and American DJ, Steve Aoki on April 20, as the third and fourth act to spin at Marquee. If fans are not on the dancefloor breaking it down to the heart thumping beats, why not have a go on the Sunny Slide Up—a casual, three-storey slide that is lit internally with LED lights on your way down. Not a fan? Then hop into one of the eight pods on the ferris wheel and start your own photo session with their in-capsule photobooth. Standing at 40m side and 30m high, The Big Q is definitely one of the main attractions at Marquee, where partygoers can get a full view of the club at it's highest point upon each revolution. 

When April 19 and 20

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3/4Sketchers Sundown Festival

What As if Singapore hasn't had enough major headlining acts arrive on our shores this month—bear in mind British megastar playing at the National Stadium next week—Sketchers Sundown Festival is playing host to over 50 artists, across three separate stages at Sentosa's Siloso Beach. Expect a mix of indie, hip-hop, and electronic dance music over this three day blowout, including the likes of American DJ Tokimonsta and Chinese hip-hop group, Higher Brothers, who have been one of Asia's latest rap sensation, celebrating Chinese culture with their songs WeChat and Made in China. As a festival anchored in showing off Asia's diverse music scene, homegrown artists Charlie Lim, Sam Rui and TheLionCityBoy will also be featured on their stages with performances staggered across all three days. 

When April 19 to 21

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Image: Courtesy of ArtScience Museum
Image: Courtesy of ArtScience Museum
Image: Courtesy of ArtScience Museum
 

4/4Wonderland

What Step into the world of Lewis Carroll's most famous novel, Alice in Wonderland, as the ArtScience Museum plays host to its latest immersive exhibition, Wonderland. With exhibits ranging from interactive animation to fashion and the showcases of over 300 artefects that makes up this fantastical world, embark on one of four journeys where theatrical sets and audiovisual experiences transport you through the looking glass. 

When Till September 22

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(Related: The First Survey Of Minimalist Art In Southeast Asia Unfolds Across Two Museums)

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