5 things to do this weekend: 17 - 19 August

5 things to do this weekend: 17 - 19 August

Balls out

Text: Adibah Isa

Head to the Singapore Night Festival and Baybeats Music Festival this weekend

PARTY | OverEasy Fullerton Presents: Buns 'N' Roses
Rock and roll with some buns of steel thanks to OverEasy and DJ KiDG. If you like the sounds of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Guns N' Roses, Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine and fancy yourself a Sailor Jerry connoisseur, head to the bay for complimentary tatts and OverEasy's smashing burgers.

17 August, 9pm till late at OverEasy Fullerton.

ARTS | Singapore Night Festival
Singapore Art Museum's the place to be at the Singapore Night Festival, with outdoor screenings of the Back to the Future trilogy, dance and music performances and the SAM x Local People Art Market. Check out the facade light projection, "Odyssey" by Arnaud Pottier & Timothée Mironneau.

Singapore Night Festival

Till 18 August, 10am onwards at Singapore Art Museum.

MUSIC | Pipe Dreams EP Launch X Baybeats Music Festival
Pop singer-songwriter Falling Feathers launches his EP, Pipe Dreams. An album that he previously described as how "it might be impossible to achieve certain things, but if you never try you'll never know", the new EP also features a collaboration with Singapore band Thievves.

18 August, 7pm to 10.30pm at Esplanade.

FOOD & DRINK | 8ALLS OUT :: Artichoke Turns 8
Why get abs when you can get kebabs? Join chef-owner of Artichoke, Bjorn Shen, as his crew celebrates eight years of Middle East and Mediterranean-inspired bites. Noteworthy guests include the folks from Park Bench Deli, Super Loco, Pilsner Urquell and Sunday Punch, with beats curated by party people Good Times.


19 August, 4pm to 10pm at Artichoke.

PANEL | What Equality Looks Like: 377A & the Queer Future
Following IndigNation's theme of 'Imagining Queer Futures', a panel involving Outreach an inter-University LGBT Network, Free Community Church and Outforce discusses what would happen when Section 377A of the Penal Code is repealed. How would Singapore's LGBTQI and straight communities react to this change?

19 August, 4.45pm to 5.45pm at 72-13 Mohammed Sultan Road.