Five things to do this weekend: 26 — 28 February
Living for the weekend
ART | Hot Mesh Silkscreen Show
Discover silkscreen painting in its many forms from collector's art to industrial print purposes. Works from various silkscreen artists, including Adeline Tan and Raksasa Print's Julienne Mei Tan and Jane Stephanny will also be on exhibit.
26 February 2016, 7pm at Kult Gallery. Click here for additional information and the full lineup of artists.
PARTY | KOI Izakaya Post Work Street Party
Get ready to let loose and jive as DJs Tommy Rocksteady, Kentaro and Tiel BE are in the house to spin a mix of soul, disco and house to get your post-work funk going. TGIF, folks.
26 February 2016, 7pm till late at Koi Izakaya. Check out their Facebook page for more details.
MUSIC | Bon Iver — Live in Singapore
Presented by Secret Sounds Asia, award-winning indie folk band Bon Iver will be staging their first concert here to the delight of indie audiophiles. Expect your favourite hits from their critically acclaimed albums For Emma, Forever Ago (2007) and Bon Iver, Bon Iver (2011).
26 February, 8pm at The Star Theatre. Tickets are available here.
SHOP | OFC Social Market #3
Bask in the spirit of the great outdoors as Open Farm Community brings you a market teeming with local produce and wares. Bag yourself some specialty goods while you chill with like-minded pro-green peeps such as acai bowl-producers Selva Foods and cold-press junkies Flashjuice.
27 - 28 February, 10am - 4pm at 130E Minden Road. Go to their Facebook page for the list of vendors and activities.
MUSIC | Madonna: The Rebel Heart Tour 2016
The Queen has arrived, and she's taking over our sunny isle with live chart-toppers that will make your year. Start getting into the groove pre-show with our specially curated playlist of Madonna's iconic singles.
28 February, 8pm at the National Stadium. Get your tickets here.
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