Here’s our guide to the Chinese New Year parties happening all around town from today through the weekend.
Chinese New Year parties are especially useful whether to let off steam or to cut loose from overly-concerned relatives. Here’s our guide to the parties happening all around town from today through the weekend.
No Frills, Just Thrills: Pre-CNY Party
Before the actual festivities begin, get properly hyped with the pre-CNY party hosted at underground bar, Hopheads, in collaboration with Radically Unstable. To make it a sweeter deal, there’ll be no cover charge and minimum spend required, just good drinks, good vibes and a good time.
Date: 26 January 2017
Time: 9pm to 3am
Venue: HopHeads (178 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore 239926)
!!! FORTUITOUS NEW YEAR !!!
As far as Chinese New Year parties go, don’t miss Cherry Discotheque’s. Giving the people just what they want, Cherry will be throwing parties three straight nights in a row this weekend. Plus, you know you’re in for a good damn time when it’s DJ Rattle on the decks.
Date: 27-29 January 2017
Time: 10pm till late
Venue: Cherry Discotheque (21 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228516)
Rock The Cock
Wondering where to go after the reunion dinner? Get down at Artistry, with music from Knight Runners and Reverie. Expect some laidback J Dilla style beats that are perfect for chilling out to before the CNY visiting begins.
Date: 27 January 2017
Time: 9pm to 12am
Venue: Artistry (17 Jalan Pinang, Singapore 199149)
Moonlighting: A Lunar Party
Celebrate in style at Canvas with their resident DJs, Special K and Sounds of Fai. Bring friends along and raise a toast to the first day of the Lunar New Year. Best of all: free entry for the ladies.
Date: 28 January 2017
Time: 10pm to 4am
Venue: Canvas (20 Upper Circular Road, Singapore 058416)
Interstellar + Sonic Lunar New Year
CATO and Interstellar present us with a perfect closure to the long weekend, with two nights back to back. It’ll be a sonic journey, what with the legendary Patrik Skoog & Jane Fitz on duty! Don’t be surprised if you find yourself not wanting to leave. But hey, at least Monday’s a public holiday.
Date: 28-29 January 2017
Time: 9pm to 3am
Venue: CATO (237 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058786)
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