Our Party Girl is back after a little break partying overseas (but, of course!). She's caught up with what's on this weekend so here are her recommendations for you.
If you haven't already caught some amazing performances at the NUS Arts Festival 2017 that's been running for a week, this weekend is your final chance.
Over Friday and Saturday, you can catch a Bharatanatyam dance or a live animation and shadow play performance or an art rock band.
This is all in collaboration with international artists and our very own NUS students, so support promising local talent.
Another show of promising local talent is at the School of the Arts where the winners of the annual SOTA Concerto Competition will make explosive music with the Orchestra of the Music Makers.
This is on Saturday from 7.30pm for $25.
For some international acts, also on Saturday is Josh The Band from Canada and Pakistan who have collaborated with Grammy award winner Nelly Furtado on some wicked remixes with Indian music.
It's going to be an evening of Bhangra Beats at Magic Carpet Lounge on Beach Road from 8pm for $78.
If you want some unique rock music, the Sarvesh Festival of Arts, which is an Indian rock festival, will be having its own event at Wavehouse Sentosa from 4pm on Saturday.
Back to local talent, you can dance to some high quality drum and bass and jungle music at Peidra Negra on Haji Lane on Saturday.
It's $10 cover on Level 2.
If you don't know, now you know.
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