There’s no such thing as a quiet weekend here at Sassy! Between good times at Good Times and playing tennis on a bouncy castle, we’ve got a wild weekend ahead of us, and you should be part of the action…
Shop for good
Buy to Save is a 3-day only charity shopping event that gathers the best pre-loved designer brands in once spot. Proceeds will benefit the Singapore Committee for UN Women’s local campaigns and regional beneficiaries, focused on ending violence against women in Asia. Shop for fantastic pre-loved pieces from brands such as Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga, Celine, McQueen, Kate Spade, Gucci, D&G and more that were generously donated through Club21 Cares’ Style It Forward initiative.
When: 7-9 Nov, 10am-8pm
Where: Forum Shopping Mall, Basement 1 Atrium, 583 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238884
How much: Free to attend!
Good Times X DUNCE
You know you’re going to have a good night out when you’re at Blu Jaz’s Good Times parties. This time, Good Times is teaming up with DUNCE to present a wicked lineup, including Spacedays and Cashew Chemists to kick things off with a live show before Gema (Syndicate SG), Jaydah (Phyla) and DUNCE’s very own Din of [.gif] take over the floor with DJ sets. Party starts at 9pm and don’t stop till your feet start achin’ from all the dancin’.
When: 7 Nov, 9pm-3am
Where: Blue Jaz Cafe, 11 Bali Lane, Singapore 189848
How much: Free entry, just bring the good vibes.
Let’s get physical
Adult Playground is no regular beach party. Forget futsal or volleyball, this festival aims to fuse sports and music together with out-of-this-world activities like bossaball, where you play tennis on an inflatable court (core work, much?), bubble football, where players don a rubber orb. You also can choose to soar above the water by strapping on a water-powered jetpack and take flight! Tip: look out for a wicked line-up of local acts including The Sam Willows, Jack and Rai and Gentle Bones.
When: 8 Nov, 10am-6pm, concert ends at 7pm
Where: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
How much: $88 until 11:59pm, 7 Nov via Peatix; or $108 at the door on 8 Nov.
Happy birthday, Bincho!
One of Sassy’s favourite Japanese spots is celebrating their first anniversary with a selection of some of their finger-lickin’ signatures and a Kagami-Biraki, a Japanese celebratory ceremony where a sake barrel will be broken open. Celebrate with Chef Asai Masashi’s special seven-course set menu ($88), paired with the sake until the barrel runs dry. They’re also giving away a pair of dinner invites on their Facebook Page.
When: 12 Nov, 7.30pm
Where: Bincho at Hua Bee, #01-19 78 Moh Guan Terrace Singapore 162078
How much: $88. Make a reservation right now at 6438 4567
450 Years of William Shakespeare
Following the success of their production of Taming The Shrew last year, Shakespeare’s own Globe Theatre in the UK returns to Singapore with another comedy, and this time, it’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Showing at The Esplanade from 13 to 16 Nov, find yourself amidst Renaissance costumes and staging and be reminded again why “The course of true love never did run smooth.”
When: 13-16 Nov
Where: Esplanade Theatre
How much: $78 – $148, tickets available from Sistic.
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