5 things to do this weekend: 13 - 15 January
SHOP | YHFlea: Come Lepark Edition
It's the largest flea market ever held at Lepark. In collaboration with online store Young Hungry Free, local outfits such as BooksActually, Foundry & Co., The Flower Godmother and Airmocks will showcase their wares alongside a car boot sale as well as a flea trade zone for preloved finds.
14 and 15 January from 12pm to 8pm at Lepark. For more information, click here.
ART | Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks x Singapore Art Week 2017
It's that wonderful time of year. Gallery hop around ARNDT Fine Art, FOST Gallery, Mizuma Gallery, Pearl Lam Galleries, Ota Fine Arts, Sullivan + Strumpf, Yavuz Gallery and Yeo Workshop and witness the official launch of LOCK ROUTE, Gillman Barracks' public art showcase of 16 outdoor works. Charlie Lim, Riot !n Magenta and .gif will perform as you wind down to Darker Than Wax at night.
13 January from 7pm to 11pm at Gillman Barracks. For more information, click here.
ART | Aliwal Urban Art Festival 2017
This annual exchange of creatives is back to inspire. Urban art and music take centre stage with options for everyone: Whether you're into hip-hop, yoga for dancers, want to listen to the likes of Ant-Men, Disco Hue, Forests and Tomgirl, attend a turntablism workshop or see Kiat and Deborah Emmanuel collaborate for the first time.
14 January from 5pm to 2am at Aliwal Arts Centre. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Kilo Lounge presents: Osunlade (US) and Mr. Has
Deep house lovers should head to Kilo Lounge for a taste of Osunlade, who'll bring music that'll reportedly "elevate the soul". Expect a balancing act by the Missouri native, whose spiritual nature-based culture of Ifa anchors his art.
14 January from 10pm to 4am at Kilo Lounge. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | LAB feat Michaela Therese and Aya Sekine
Listen and believe. L.A.B. ladies Michaela Therese and Aya Sekine come together in stripped down sets for the local outfit's next phase. What's next for the duo? Come down and find out.
15 January from 6pm to 9pm at kult kafé. For more information, click here.