This weekend, our Party Girl recommends three gigs to check out, so let's get to it.
For those of you missing Zouk, there's ZoukOut this weekend. I love Zouk but its closure has to be the longest goodbyes ever.
Asia's largest dusk-to-dawn music festival is back on Friday and Saturday with a stellar line-up of international and regional DJs.
Tickets are still available online and on the event days too.
On Friday, Casio G-SHOCK and independent music label from Singapore, Darker Than Wax, are combining forces for the label's fifth anniversary.
They will release an exclusive watch only available for purchase at Casio G-Factory in Singapore and G-SHOCK stores in London this December.
The anniversary party is at Cato on Southbridge Road from 8pm and it's free entry for everybody.
From Friday till Sunday, if you're still hunting for Christmas presents, Singapore-based independent publisher Epigram Books is having a Christmas pop up sale in their main office at Toa Payoh North.
You choose from a wide array of local authors and graphic novels.
If you don't know, now you know.
To catch the Party Girl, listen to her on OneFM's #1 Breakfast Show with Glenn Ong and The Flying Dutchman on Thursday mornings.