5 things to do this weekend: 26 - 28 August
Don't miss a beat
MUSIC | Noise Singapore Festival
Replayed your Spotify playlists into exhausted stupor? Take a live aural breather with Noise Singapore's alumni bests: Sam Rui's dreamy notes or Stopgap's preppy indie-rock. Then stroll around Noise Artist Market to unearth treats and trinkets from Gallery & Co's homegrown creatives.
26-28 August, 6-10pm at Esplanade. For more details, click here.
PARTY | Kinkilicious: A Sundown Party Series
Bask in the last rays of sun the jazziest way possible as Japanese bar Kinki hosts its inaugural summer party series with groove-worthy beats of DJs Daryl C and William J.
27 August, 6pm-2am at Kinki. For more details, click here.
MARKET | The Local People x Singapore Art Museum Night Festival Art Market
Third time's a charm. Nestled in Singapore Art Museum's courtyard for another round of the Singapore Night Festival, the fair gathers 120 artists, craftsmen and entrepreneurs' bits and bobs — including Knovus' thoughtful artisan greeneries.
27 August, 7pm at Singapore Art Museum. For more details, click here.
ART | Opening of Urban Echoes by Marijke den Ogden
Fancy experiencing three countries in one night? Artist Marijke Den Ouden's acrylic paint series encapsulate her vivid memories of the urban jungle of Singapore and Hong Kong, before transcending into the visual cacophony of Amsterdam's quiet historical environment.
27 August, 7-9pm at Artistry. For more details, click here.
PARTY | Velvet Underground x Moonbeats Asia: Deep End with San Holo
Hailed from the Netherlands, the Tomorrowland frequenter San Holo grew his 5,000 Soundcloud fans to over 100,000 over the course of six months. His remix series, Don't Touch the Classics, extract and reinvent classic elements of hip hop — so get down and party like it's 1999 as he drops his zingy trap beats.
27 August, 10pm at Zouk. For more details, click here.
- Image: Noise Singapore
- Image: Kinki
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