BUSAN, South Korea — Euro 2012 has made for a lot of sleepy mornings for people around the city, but the weekend is here and, as always, there are a lot of things to do around Busan.
This weekend brings some interesting options, including the Ten Tenors, One Drop East and the Dammit Janets at Billie Jean and the Busan International Foreign School festival for families to enjoy.
You can check out the Haps Calendar for all the events going on around the area this weekend. The monsoon season is soon to arrive, so get out while you can and enjoy it!
One Drop East and the Dammit Janets @ Billie Jean – Fresh off a great show last weekend at the Haps Launch party, the Dammit Janets join music heavyweights ODE to highlight a sure to be great live set at Billie Jean this weekend. Saturday, 10 p.m., Billie Jean, Haeundae
The Ten Tenors – Australia’s Ten Tenors are not your average band, and if you miss the chance to see them this go around, you might want to catch them the next time you’re in the same city as it is a unique performance that has won them worldwide acclaim. Sunday, 5 p.m., Busan Cultural Center
Eva’s 3rd Birthday Bash – Come celebrate Eva’s third birthday bash, where she is doing it up in style with lots of drink specials, and of course, the Euro games in the wee hours of the evening. Saturday, 7 p.m., Eva’s, Kyungsung
DJ Sovnger @ Elune – Dance the night away in Haeundae when DJ Sovnger adds the 51st set to the Fever Series this Saturday night in one of Haeundae’s busiest clubs. Saturday, 9 p.m., Club Elune, Haeundae
Busan IPark vs. Seongnam – The K League’s IPark are back on the pitch after a short hiatus, and are in town Sunday evening in a slew of local games against Seongnam. Sunday, 7 p.m., Busan Asiad World Cup Stadium, Sajik-dong
Euro 2012 – The tournament is in full swing, and this weekend features a slew of games which decide which teams will be qualifying for the second round. Though games are late in the night, there are a few options around town to catch the matches if you’re up for an all-nighter of football. Through July 3
Busan International Food Expo – Last year’s offerings were a little light on the international cuisine, but the 2012 Busan International Food Expo is back for another go around this weekend in Haeundae. Thursday through Sunday, BEXCO, Haeundae
Busan International Foreign School Festival Day – BIFS Festival Day will feature food, games and the sharing of cultural from 15 different countries in addition to student performances and entertainment. There will also be various sports games and contests as well as a Student Art Show and Science Demonstrations. Saturday, 9:50 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Busan International Foreign School Campus
Democrats Abroad Registration – For American citizens looking to register to vote, the Busan Chapter of Democrats Abroad will be holding registration for voters at the Seaman’s Club this Saturday afternoon. Saturday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., Seaman’s Club, Pier 3
North Korea Refugee Talk – This event is a chance to learn more about North Korea and to hear the personal testimony of a woman who recently escaped. There will be a chance to ask questions and learn more about the conditions in the North. Saturday, 4 p.m., PNU
Friday – Cloudy, Chance of Rain High 27'C/81'F
Saturday - Cloudy, Chance of Rain High 30'C/86'F
Sunday - Sunny 31'C/88'F
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