5 ways to rock S'PORE SEVENS weekend
Great music, F&B discounts galore for rugby fans at Clarke Quay
Rugby isn't just a sport any more, it's a lifestyle.
So if you've got tickets to the 2016 HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens this weekend, get ready to also enjoy great music and irresistible F&B discounts.
From Friday to Sunday, rugby fans can carry on partying even after the matches are over. At the end of the tournament activities each day, a shuttle bus will take you from the Singapore Sports Hub to Clarke Quay.
Singapore Sevens ticket holders will enjoy attractive F&B promotions at participating outlets in Clarke Quay and around the island.
Among them, American restaurant Hooters will be offering a special World Rugby Sevens set meal comprising seven pieces of Nearly World-Famous Wings and a mug of Tiger Beer, while rock 'n' roll and blues bar Crazy Elephantwill have seven different drink promotions after 9pm.
There will also be performances by Clarke Quay's resident bands and local music acts at Clarke Quay's Fountain Square.
Here are the top performers and places to check out.
The Irish pub is offering a "$7 for Heineken, 7 Heineken for $50, 7 Shots for $50" promotion.
Renowned for bringing in well known Irish music, comedy and entertainment acts, McGettigan's is also where you can sample award-winning Irish cuisine and enjoy some of Singapore's best live music acts on various nights throughout the week.
Enjoy Bavarian heartiness and hospitality at this unique combination of bar, pub, restaurant, lounge, event location and beer garden - all under one roof.
The best way to complete the authentic Bavarian food? Paulaner beer imported from Germany.
Paulaner is offering 17 per cent off regular priced items for Singapore Sevens ticket holders.
You can also catch local band Back 2 Basic, which plays rock, funk, alternative rock, indie rock and pop tunes, at Fountain Square.
SHILI & ADI, PRESENTED BY BEER MARKET
Backed by their band or stripped down as just a vocal-instrument acoustic pair, this duo does covers of chart-topping hits by Rihanna and One Republic, as well as classics by Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra.
SLINGSHOT, PRESENTED BY MCGETTIGAN'S
The high-energy rock quartet's main influences are late 80s and early 90s glam metal bands.
But Slingshot have expanded their repertoire to include music from the likes of Creed and Lifehouse, and a wide mix of genres from classic rock to Top 40s hits.
ZYNCXATION FEATURING ARF, PRESENTED BY HIGHLANDER
Comprising a group of Filipinos who came together in 2000, ZYNCXATION does covers of everything from the 60s to the 90s, and even hip-hop disco tunes and ballroom music.
Even better, bar-restaurant Highlander is offering Heineken, Tiger and Sol beer at $10 nett per bottle and Bulmers cider at $12 nett per bottle.