5 things to do this weekend: 22 - 24 July
FILM | Food Film Festival
Are you a self-proclaimed foodie? If you're fervently nodding to that, ditch your usual blockbusters for these six documentaries highlighting the culinary world. Ranging from exploring an obsession for sushi, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, to tracing a Michelin chef's trials in Sergio Herman F***ing Perfect, you can watch all the trailers here.
21-27 July at Golden Village Suntec City. For more details, click here.
ART | Studio Ghibli Artworks
Studio Ghibli fans, you're in for a treat. A selection of original celluloids from legendary director Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbour Totoro, Princess Mononoke and Castle in the Sky are unveiled for permanent display. Admire them alongside artworks of Japanese fantasy artist, Naohisa Inoue, who's behind the surrealist backdrop art for Studio Ghibli's Whisper of the Heart.
22-29 July, 12-8pm at Polar Bear Gallery. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | The Sam Willows Take Heart Tour
Who wouldn't recognise these four faces? The homegrown pop quartet is poised to take Singapore by storm as they headline their biggest concert to date. The band guarantees exciting surprises to happen on stage, from never-before-heard songs to special guest appearances. Tease yourself to their Take Heart music video before relishing the real deal.
22 July, 7pm onwards at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Resorts World Sentosa. For more details, click here.
PARTY | SoulJam: SOUL+SIN
Indulging your late night cravings for some soul grub and soul beats is the return of MeatLiquor's SoulJam. Reserve a table for you and your gang to dance the night away with your booze of choice as DJ Professor weaves groovy jams till dawn.
22 July, 10pm onwards at MeatLiquor SIN. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | Chill AF (Arts Fest): Music and Art Market
Shop for artisanal trinkets from the likes of Half Half Studio's concrete homewares, get your luck foretold by a fortune-teller or indulge in Red Baron's avocado sandwich. Don't leave too early though — live acoustic performances from electro fiasco, Disco Hue, and rock dream team, Ellipsis, will fire up throughout the evening.
23 July, 3pm at Gillman Barracks. For more details, click here.
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