Five things to do this weekend: 3—5 June
The journey awaits
MARKET | Epicurean Journeys: A Pop-Up Chef Dining Series
Start the weekend on a gastronomical conquest with Epicurean Journeys. For Friday's option, be transported to Greece by executive chef Sotiris Evangelou of Hotel Grande Bretagne in Athens, who prefers using healthy and fresh raw materials to produce outstanding dishes. Excite your palate with flavours of the Aegean as you indulge in the six-course meal.
Till 3 June at Fullerton Waterboat House. For more details, click here.
CULTURE | Pink Dot Picnic
Pink Dot returns to Hong Lim Park in support of the LGBT community. Be stirred by the range of performances from singers the likes of Vandetta and Charlie Lim — two Singapore artists we love — to thought-provoking speeches. Think pink and support the freedom to love.
4 June, 4pm at Hong Lim Park. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | Damien Rice Live in Singapore
Back again for a concert after his gig at Neon Lights last year; Damien Rice is ready to weave his magic across The Star Theatre. We can't wait to hear the master of sad songs tug at our heartstrings all over again. As you luxuriate in the dulcet tones of the Irish songsmith, we only have a word of warning: Prepare the tissues.
4 June, 8pm at The Star Theatre. Get your tickets and more information here.
MUSIC | Blu Jaz 12th Year Anniversary Street Party
Watch Bali Lane come to live as Blu Jaz hosts a street party to celebrate their 12th anniversary. Join DJ Jag Y Jag from the Get Real crew as he drops the beat and sets the mood for the party.
4 June, 7pm to 1am at Blu Jaz Café. For more details, click here.
ART | Odyssey: Navigating Nameless Seas
The Singapore Art Museum transforms into the seas Odysseus once trawled on the legendary Greek king's voyage back home. Expect works from Singaporean artist Wyn-Lyn Tan and Indonesian artist Entang Wiharso to immerse you in the seascape.
4 June to 28 August at Singapore Art Museum. For more details, click here.
- Image: Facebook | Damien Rice, Singapore Art Museum
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