5 things to do this weekend: 14 - 16 July

5 things to do this weekend: 14 - 16 July

Super weekend

Text: Clara Tan

Gaze at supercars at Robb Report Singapore's Car of the Year, party like how the French do at Ô Comptoir, and support local music at Baybeats Festival

CARS | Car of the Year 2017
Rev up your weekend by getting up close to supercars at Robb Report Singapore's Car of the Year. Judged on factors such as innovation, design and driver satisfaction, this year's contenders include Maserati, Aston Martin, BMW, Lamborghini and Bentley. On top from that, set your sights on rare vintage cars and art pieces from Singapore's t0p galleries.

Till 16 July, 9am till late at Marina Bay Sands Hall E.

MUSIC | The Lost Boys with Adi Shabat (ISR) & Fat Fish
Fans of Tel Aviv's music scene would be no stranger to renowned musician Adi Shabat. She's finally bringing her decade-long experience to the dance floor in Singapore, offering us her versatile mix of techno, deep house and indie that's often graced at the best parties in Israel. Supporting her for the night is DJ duo Fat Fish Familia.

14 July, 10pm to 3am at Kilo Lounge.

FESTIVAL | Baybeats Festival 2017
The three-day alternative music festival boasting prominent Singapore and international acts is back. Don't miss out on homegrown post-hardcore band Villes' acoustic set at the Chillout Stage, fuzz pop quintet Obedient Wives Club and Chennai band The F16s at the Arena. This year's edition also includes the newly opened Esplanade Annexe Studio as a venue, where indie-rock band Bakers in Space will perform.

14 to 16 July, 6pm till late at the Esplanade.

FESTIVAL | Bastille Day — French Party 2017
Strap on your Louboutins and pucker up with your favourite Chanel lippie as Ô Comptoir's having a French party to celebrate Bastille Day. Enjoy cheese and cold cut platters as you dance the evening away to live music and DJs from France.

15 July, 6pm to 12am at Ô Comptoir.

ART | Makers Pop Up — PRINT / PRINT (II)
Get your dose of all things handmade and local at the second edition of this printed matter makers pop-up. Attend a print screen workshop by contemporary gallery STPI and check out a unique yong tau foo-style book box station by BooksActually. Other participating vendors include social enterprise Indie Mamashop, publishing studio Knuckles & Notch and local illustrator SatsumaOrange.

15 and 16 July, 11am to 7pm at Scotts Square.