The best things to do in March to make this month a fun-filled one

After a very eventful January and February that were filled with celebrations (Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day), it appears that we have gone into the more “boring” part of the year.

Well, that’s only if you make it boring. Here are events, ranging rom magic shows to latte art classes that you go for to make the upcoming month a fun-filled one.

Singapore Rockfest II
Scorpions and Whitesnake Live in Singapore

If you’re a hardcore fan of rock, you may heard of the iconic German rock band Scorpions, or the English rock band White Snakes, and lucky for you, they’ll be making a pit stop right here on 4 March! Catch them live on stage at their free standing concert at Fort Canning Park and join fellow rock fans in jamming to your favourite tunes.

What’s more, opening the show will be none other than RockWeller, one of Singapore’s most successful rock bands!

Book your tickets at SISTIC, starting from SGD158 per person.

Disney on Ice: Live Your Dreams

What’s better than a Disney show? A live one right in front of your eyes, of course! Watch your favourite Disney characters like Moana, Frozen‘s Anna and Elsa, and Coco‘s Miguel glide mesmerisingly across the stage as they fufil their heart’s greatest desires, which adults and children alike are sure to enjoy. Fans of Mickey and Minnie would be delighted to find out they’ll be the main hosts of the show!

Get tickets Sports Hub’s website, starting at SGD20 for the two-hour long show.

Home Kitsch Home

This unorthodox display has visitors scratching their heads at the bizarre crocheted versions of objects in our daily lives, like fly swatters, soup ladles and even lampshades. Inspired by kimo-kawaii (the Japanese term for grotesque-cute) concepts, the artist hopes to demonstrate the peculiar idea of how these items hold much emotional significance to us, despite its mundane appearance.

Head down to Esplanade’s Community Wall (located at Level 3) to see and marvel at this weird but wonderful free exhibition yourself! Available until 5 April 2020.

PLAYtime! Fatimah and Her Magic Socks

Recommended for children aged two to six, this 40-minute performance introduces them to the fantastical world of the adorable Fatimah, who takes the young audience with her on an adventure filled with thrill and fun, as she learns about the power of friendship and laughter together with a magical lion.

Available now through 1 March, at 11 am or 4 pm., Fatimah and Her Magic Socks is shown at Esplanade’s Theatre Studio. Priced at SGD20 a ticket or SGD18 for PIP’s Club members on Esplanade’s website.

Life in Pop

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Calling all art lovers: view French artist Auguste’s coveted pieces of art loved by A-listers such as Leonardo Di Caprio and Jennifer Lawrence at this exhibit, where he freely expresses social commentary through his art that fuses cultures and the past and present.

Working with unusual mediums such as aluminium in addition to his regular paintings, Auguste’s thought-provoking artwork is a must-see for the curious and open-minded.

Located at Ode to Art (#01-36E/F, Raffles City Shopping Centre, S179103), open 4 March 2020 to 11 March 2020, from 11 am to 9 pm.


This magical experience features four leading, world-class illusionists like Enzo Weyne, known as the French David Copperfield, and the flamboyant showman, David Clement that will wow children and adults alike with its cutting-edge technology and amazement-inducing artistry.

Hosted by Base Entertainment Media who brought famed productions like Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King to our island, this is a show you wouldn’t want to miss.

Book NOW YOU SEE ME LIVE on SISTIC or at Marina Bay Sands, starting from SGD50 a ticket (excluding online processing fees). Opening on 26 March 2020 at Marina Bay Sands.

UPDATE: NOW YOU SEE ME LIVE has been postponed to 21 May 2020.


Catch the world’s most popular dance figure, Sergei Polunin, in action at his one weekend only stop in Singapore for RASPUTIN, a dance drama that delves into and explores the fine line between good and evil, power and weakness, performed on a chessboard that sets the tone of the play.

Polunin is a renowned Russian dance prodigy and superstar that has gained fame for his grace and powerful dance and is the youngest ever principal of the prestigious Royal Ballet School.

Watch the mystical Rasputin come alive once more at the Marina Bay Sands theatre on either 20 March or 21 March by booking your tickets at SISTIC or on Marina Bay Sands. Prices start at SGD50 (excluding online processing fees).

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An oasis in the middle of the busy CBD area, this display integrates the birdsong and the beauty of nature into the enclosed Jendela (Visual Arts room in Esplanade), allowing curious and nature-loving visitors to reconnect with the flora and fauna that once lined the Tanglin Halt Malaysian train tracks.

This exhibit focuses on bird calls and song that is derived from years of research, and there’s even a special public discussion for interested individuals.

This free exhibition is held at Esplanade from now till 5 April 2020. Visit Esplanade’s page for more information.

HYUKOH Concert

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If you’ve been in the Korean music scene for a while, there’s no way you haven’t head of this four-man indie band that has been making waves in the country. Popular among locals and your favourite K-Pop idols like IU alike, the mellow and chill vibes of HYUKOH’s songs are bound to charm anyone.

Catch HYUKOH at their Singapore leg at Marina Bay Sands starting 23 March 2020, from SGD128.

Basic Latte Art

Ever dreamed of being a barista with perfect foam art? Now you can: The Coffee Academics’s two-hour class teaches you everything you need to know about latte art, from understanding your basic equipment to pouring milk, they’ll even give you a certificate upon completion to remember this unique experience!

Grab your fellow coffee addict for this class. Tickets are SGD100 per person on Eventbrite.

Meditation Level 1 class

If work has been stressing you out and no amount of K-drama binge-watching is helping, try mindful meditation! This free hour-long meditation class by Nithya Priyan School Of Yoga teaches its students breathing work, and helps with finding peace and strengthening concentration, so you can walk out of the class fresh and reenergised once more.

Find out more on Eventbrite.

DIY Facial Cleanser:

If you’re one of the beauty obsessed, you’ll love this DIY Facial Cleanser making workshop, organised by Nila Aromatherapy Bar.

You’ll learn how to make your very own natural foaming facial cleanser that is free of nasty chemicals, using organic and high quality ingredients and essential oils, depending on your skin type.

Reserve a spot at Eventbrite for SGD48 per person.