Are you up for fun themes while clubbing?

By January 31, 2018Local Life

TL;DR – Party away!

If you have been out of the clubbing scene for some time, then you ought to know that clubs in Singapore have evolved over the last decade. Here’s our list of 5 clubbing nights you absolutely need to check out.

1. Emo Nights at EMONIGHTSG: The B-Sides


For the 90s kids who miss the teenage angst tunes, this one is for you. Held every first Thursday of every month, EMONIGHTSG: The B-Sides lets you reminisce and party to tunes from the early 2000s like My Chemical Romance, Avril Lavigne and Panic! At The Disco. Enjoy your throwback to the days of Myspace, jetblack eyeliner and black skinny jeans, and more importantly, celebrate the bands that were once your guilty pleasures from your formative teenage years.

Address: 30 Victoria Street, #B1-03 CHIJMES, Singapore 187996
Opening Hours: 10pm till late (First Thursday of every month)

2. Weekly Beach Parties at Tanjong Beach Club


Tanjong Beach Club is the go-to party hub in Sentosa and the place heralds itself as Singapore’s best strip of sand. On weekdays, you can laze on the beach and enjoy the chill vibes and easy-listening music and the weekends is when Tanjong Beach Club comes alive for you to bring out your skimpy best. The club has a lively string of themed parties running all year round, from Brazilian to Bottomless Brunch but the most famous are the weekly ‘Smack My Beach Up’ parties every Sunday and their three-times-per-year ‘Full Steam Ahead’ full moon parties.

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Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098942
Opening Hours: Tues – Fri: 11am – 11pm; Sat – Sun: 10am – 12am. Closed on Mon.

3. Drag Queen Nights at Peaches


Peaches is the new Instagram-worthy club to be at and this is where you will find dynamic drag queen shows for you to get rockin’ and raunchy with them. Newly opened in November, Peaches caters to the LGBTQ crowd and spreads over two floors, spinning tracks from EDM, classic pop to old school R&B. There are even live gigs on some nights.

Address: 21 Mount Elizabeth, York Hotel, Singapore 228516
Opening Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat: 10pm – 3am; Thurs: 6pm – 11pm. Closed on Sun – Tues.

4. Legit House Party at Kult Kafe


Kult Kafe is not your typical club with EDM and fancy laser lights. This edgy spot is set in an old Colonial house surrounded by coconut trees and lush greenery. Kult Kafe oozes a laidback house party atmosphere with high ceilings, bare walls plastered with graffiti art posters and tasteful antique furniture. Home to the most eccentric themed nights, Kult Kafe has also hosted salsa nights for ‘Salsa Under The Stars’ and a headphone party for ‘Silent Disco Asia’.

Address: 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120
Opening Hours: Wed – Sat: 5pm – 12am; Sun: 3pm – 12am. Closed on Mon – Tues.

5. Costume Parties at Canvas


If you have never been to Herstory, it is the largest girls party in Singapore. Held every first Saturday of the month, Herstory is for gal pals to enjoy unique dress codes from Disney Princesses, K-Pop and X-Women.

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Address: 20 Upper Circular Road, #B1-01-06 The Riverwalk, Singapore 058416
Opening Hours: 9pm – 4am (First Saturday of every month)

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Lynette K

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