Catch the Try Guys on tour or head to USS for new frights

Major things are happening this last weekend of September. The ever-popular USS Halloween Horror Nights returns to open its gates to all who dare enter when the sun sets on Sentosa island, beloved Youtube crew The Try Guys arrives for a one-night only show at The Star Theatre, and the Morbid Metal Festival will be conducting its fifth and deathly procession. Have fun; we'll see you guys in October.

PARTY 
Brace yourselves as things are about to go down at Marquee on Friday night, thanks to hair-flopping and body rockin’ duo Sunnery James and Ryan Maciano. They’ll be pushing the boundaries with their tribal sounds and dance music, so don’t miss out on the fun. Sep 27

MUSIC 
Highly-acclaimed Japanese 4-piece instrumental rock band Mono will be in Singapore this month as part of their annual world tour, performing tunes from their latest well-named album, Nowhere Now HereSep 27

PARTY 
One Dance returns to the main room of Zouk on Friday night with Julian Jordan, known for his electronic pop hits and MTV EMA 2016 nomination. Expect plenty of his signature anthems, like “Welcome”, an electronic collaboration with legend Martin Garrix. Sep 27

PARTY 
Kickoff the weekend with The Solfonics at Red Noodle & Bottle bar, where an exhilarating evening of funk and soul music awaits. Plus, you’ll be able to find a dinner and drinks menu, so no need to fuel up before you arrive. Sep 27

FILM/PARTY 
Enjoy a musical drama featuring Ewan Mcgregor, Jonathan Rhys Myer, and Christian Bale before a lengthy night of partying at The Glory Hoes present: Velvet Goldmine (1998), to be hosted at everyone’s favourite arthouse cinema venue, The Projector. Sep 27

MUSIC 
Lo-fi house music often make you feel some type of way, thanks to the melancholic ‘90s deep house sound that’s coupled with retro-yet-futuristic vaporwave. Enjoy this internet-bred subgenre at White Label Records, dished out by artists with names inspired by ‘90s sitcoms, like DJ Seinfeld and Ross From Friends. Sep 27

PARTY 
Yet another party arrives this Friday, and this time, it’s by known party people The Council. Welcoming you home is London-born, Berlin based DJ Spencer Parker, probably best remembered by his techno and disco beats. Sep 27

PARTY 
Seems like it’s been a while since we’ve heard from party folks Eatmepoptart. Regardless, find The World Beneath Our Feet at Zouk’s Phuture, where indie rock, punk, electro, indietronica and power pop will collide for an unforgettable night. Sep 27

PARTY
Having packed out clubs worldwide, Korean DJs Didi Han and Ocean Hye will bring a touch of Seoul to Singapore when they arrive at Tuff Club with their house, hip hop, and R&B sounds. A sold-out party is expected, so book your tickets early. Sep 27

MARKET
Pasar Glamour, a pop-up market that sells preloved quality garments and accessories in an effort to encourage sustainable fashion consumption while supporting local charities, will be held at the National Design Centre late-September. Net proceeds will be donated to charities that support women and children from disadvantaged backgrounds, as well as the arts. Sep 27

FESTIVAL 
Be prepared to receive a truly hands-on experience this Archifest 2019, as the festival which celebrates architecture will return for its 13th edition, with two weeks of workshops, tours, exhibitions and more. Sep 27-Oct 9

THEATRE 
In celebration of satirical musical comedy Urinetown’s 20th anniversary, local theatre company Pangdemonium will be staging Greg Kotis’ iconic, Tony Award-winning play, officially bringing their 2019 production season to a close. Sep 27-Oct 13

THEME PARK 
Be the first to experience new frights at Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights when they return for their ninth edition in September. With five haunted house, two scare zones and two special shows, the night will be promisingly eerie and filled with fright. Sep 27-Oct 31

DRINK
On Saturday, burger-bao joint Bao Boy will be hosting a Sake Jam Session, with “Sake Samurai” Elliot Faber. For $48, get to sample four exclusive sakes originating from Shimane, Hiroshima, Miyagi and Ishikawa prefectures in Japan. Sep 28

PARTY
Well-loved Kampong Boogie is back to present a night of hip-hop and hotdogs. Just head straight up to Victoria Wholesale Centre's new rooftop for a no-frills but fun open-air block party, led by the DJs of local music crew, Pushin’On. Sep 28

MUSIC/PARTY
Alternative music label Revision Music is celebrating its fourth anniversary with a series of shows over three consecutive weekends. First up, catch Organika on Saturday night at Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee, which will feature Angolan musician African Star Trekker. A live set by one of Darker Than Wax’s DJs can also be expected. Sep 28

PERFORMANCE
Popular Buzzfeed-turned-Youtuber crew The Try Guys will finally arrive in Singapore. Look to them for a night of interaction, experiments and laughter, during their Legends of The Internet tour. Sep 28

MUSIC
Back for its fifth procession, Morbid Metal Festival 2019 will delight metalheads with a killer line-up of metal bands like Finland’s Blood Chalice and Taiwan’s Desecration. Careful with this one though; it’s definitely not your usual Neon Lights/Ultra type. Sep 28

FESTIVAL
Sake lovers, time to head to Singapore’s largest craft sake festival, returning this September with over 200 sakes to try from. There’ll even be masterclasses conducted by sake sommeliers and brewers at Sake Matsuri 2019, so mark your calendars now. Sep 28

MARKET
Here to eradicate the misconceptions of a vegan lifestyle is the Singapore Vegan Festival, where there'll be something for every plant enthusiast. Don’t forget to sign-up for cooking demos by international chefs to pick up a few tips about vegan cuisine. Sep 29

EXHIBITION
Another massive exhibit over at the ArtScience Museum is Floating Utopias, an exploration of the hot-air balloon and how its (literal) ascension has impacted our world. Come discover its storied history through over 40 artworks, including eight large-scale air-filled sculptures. Through Sep 29