Five things to do this weekend: 20 – 22 November
It's a rave
PARTY | Modern Love with CATSONCRACK and Weelikeme
Modern Love invites you to a rave this weekend headlined by CATSONCRACK and weelikeme. Churning out their brand of house and disco to keep you moving all night long, this is one floorfiller for you to let your hair down and get your groove on.
20 November, 10pm till late at Kyo. Check their Facebook page for details.
ART | Bank Art Fair 2015
The Bank Art Fair is back in town to convert the hotel rooms of the Pan Pacific into fascinating galleries. But don't be lulled by the intimate setting; these cozy rooms represent artists from more than 15 countries with exciting paintings and artworks for your viewing and purchasing delight.
20 - 22 November from 1pm onwards at Pan Pacific Hotel, Level 7 and 8. Click here for details.
CULTURE | It's The Ship
Rock the boat — literally — with a music festival that takes place on the high seas. Going into its sophomore year, bigger acts are coming onboard. Expect Grammy Award nominee Kaskade, Ferry Corsten from Trance and local EDM acts RAH, Oliver Osborne and Godwin P to float your boat. Revelers will embark on a round trip from Singapore through to Langkawi on this buoyant party platform.
20 - 23 November, departing from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore. Visit their homepage to get tickets and full lineup.
PARTY | Changi Break Out Party Beer Launch
In celebration of the Little Island Brewing Co.'s new license to brew, they're throwing a fête filled with delish bites, artisanal in-house beers and a live band to bring the beat. A chill weekend with a craft draught in one hand and a burger in another? Yes, please.
21 November, 4 - 8pm at the Little Island Brewing Co. For more information, check their Facebook page.
EVENT | Sunday at the Training Shed
It's the season finale of the Sunday parties at the Training Shed, so come down to kick back on Airmocks, cold beers and sounds courtesy of DJ Captain Planet and Sonido Singapura's Yuta, to name a few. Band of Doodlers will also be present to christen a wall with their graffiti. If you're coming as a family unit, there's also a cardboard playground for kids to unleash their creativity.
22 November, 3 - 10pm at The Training Shed. Go to their Facebook page for more details.
- Image: Bank Art Fair, Little Island Brewing Co., It's The Ship, Kyo
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