Clarke Quay is getting zombified this Halloween weekend. Its one-stop Halloween party, Tales of the River, will be spiced up with macabre decor, so come dressed in your Halloween garb. Try your hand at VR games where you can blast away zombies and monsters. The opening party on Oct 27 will see Clarke Quay’s Fountain Square come alive (undead?) with stage games, a best-dressed contest (prizes aplenty!) and music by O.K. Ready!. There will also be kid-friendly daytime activities such as monster doll making and painting workshops on Oct 27 and 28 (12pm to 6pm).
For something hip, cool and unique, head to the Street Superior Festival this weekend. This premier sneaker and streetwear convention will showcase 16 brands, 70 vendors, flash parkour, graffiti art, arcade basketball and an indoor skate ramp. And to up the cool ante even more? It's held at the Pasir Panjang Power Station.
Oct 27 to 28, noon-10pm, Pasir Panjang ‘A’ Power Station, 27 Pasir Panjang Road, S17537. Pre-event tix at $15 (1-day access), and $25 (2-day access); on-site tix at $30 and $40 respectively. Visit https://www.streetsuperior.com for more info.
Nineteen80's Fright Night
Throwback arcade bar Nineteen80 is hosting its first Halloween night - Fright Night. Expect nods to your fave 80s horror flicks as well as DJs Ollie’des and Bobos helming the decks. Come in your best old school villain costumes for a chance to win prizes.
Asian Civilisations Museum is celebrating Halloween with its annual family-friendly ACM After Dark. The one-night-only event will see the museum transformed into a spooky jungle, which goes along with this year's theme of Tranquil Earth, Mysterious Water, Blazing Fire and Roaring Air. You can expect entities from Southeast Asia folklore such as India's Baek and Middle East's Pazuzu, as well as the well (are you ready for this?)...The Ring. Other activities include paranormal talks by geomancers, hourly Spooky Soapbox Tours led by docents and Nanyang Girls’ student guides through the museum’s galleries, a fortune-telling kampung booth, craft activities and an outdoor movie screening.
If you want to get active this weekend, shimmy over to this family-friendly carnival, the finale of Singapore’s nationwide dance movement to get folks of all ages and demographics coming together to bond through dance. Highlights go from traditional and contemporary dance performances to dance photography lessons.