Five things to do this weekend: 18 — 20 March
Guts and glory
MUSIC | Guts — Live in Singapore
A connoisseur of vinyls and a master of spinning a wicked jam, Guts has been plying his DJ savvy with the creation of Alliance Ethnik since the '90s. In Singapore for one night only, get ready to enjoy a prime selection of beats that sample Pete Rock, Jay-Dee and Danger Mouse.
18 March, 8pm - 12am at Kult Kafé. Tickets available here.
ARTS | Rail Collidoscope presented by Noise x LushLovesLocal
Bid farewell to the Rail Corridor Art Space as it closes down temporarily for a revamp with a gathering of live art and local music acts. Hosted by street art crew RSCLS and Lush 99.5FM's Vanessa Fernandez, chill with drinks and bites from Kerbside Gourmet, Munch Munch and Kwirk Belgium Wheat Beer.
19 March, 12pm - 6pm at Rail Corridor Art Space. Check out the full line-up of music acts on their Facebook page.
MUSIC | Garden Beats 2016
The electronic picnic festival of the year is back as Sunshine Nation presents an eclectic lineup of international and local DJs like Alle Farben and Lovra to get you jamming amidst a backdrop of leafy greens. Pack a bitchin' picnic and get a head start to the groove with our weekly playlist.
19 March, 1pm - 10.30pm at Fort Canning Park. For tickets, details and the full DJ lineup, go to their homepage.
PARTY | Raise the roof — #WOOBARGoesToTown
Coinciding with Singapore Design Week, an extravagant revelry awaits with smooth tunes and designer cocktails brought to you by the party peeps from Woobar at W Singapore with help from DJs Mr. Has and One With Aldrin.
19 March, 9pm to 1am at National Design Centre. Get your tickets here.
DESIGN | Design Trails 2016
Journey to specially curated places of products and experiences where every aspect has been meticulously planned. Organised by DesignSingapore, the third installment will see participants explore the theme of thoughtful design with rising creative names such as Papypress, Fictive Fingers and Eden+Elie.
- Video: Youtube | Garden Beats
- Image: Shophouseandco.com, Facebook | Rail Corridor Art Space, Guts
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