Join in the mix — whether you're an artist, a party animal or a foodie — and devour what's to come this weekend
ART | Sullivan and Strumpf present Arrival Hailing from down under, directors and owners Ursula Sullivan and Joanna Strumpf are opening the first Australian gallery in Asia. Presenting contemporary art pieces, the inaugural exhibition 'Arrival' sees artists such as Tony Albert, Tim Silver and Hiromi Tango working through topics of identity, materiality, memory and the human condition.
Opens 10 June, 7pm at Gillman Barracks. For more details, click here.
FOOD & DRINK | Singapore Coffee Festival A great deal of finesse is needed to create your perfect morning cuppa — discover the skill behind your favourite flat white with one of the many workshops going on at the Singapore Coffee Festival. We have but one word of warning: Don't go overboard with the caffeine!
10-12 June, 11am to 9pm at the F1 Pit Building. For more details, click here.
FOOD & DRINK | Iskina Cebu x Park Bench Deli We've had our share of delicious lunches from the good folks over atPark Bench Deli. Combine their mouth-watering fare with a Filipino barbecue from Iskina Cebu and we're sold. For one night only, indulge in the union of two cuisines with Lechon de Cebu or Spicy Belly Lechon sandwiches and Sisig Dirty Fries over mixes from Dre Reyes.
10 June, 6pm at Park Bench Deli. For more details, click here. PARTY | Summer Strip: An Eternal Pool Party Series If you can't escape the heat, you might as well embrace it with the sounds of Stephen Day, Pete Herbert and Niklas Ibach. Have a taste of Sin City's glitz and glamour served up with a side of showgirls. Up for a fake marriage? There's the instant wedding booth to snap pictures. Get branded with a temporary tattoo at their version of Bellagi-hole, and dance under champagne showers.
11 June, 2pm to 11pm at Tanjong Beach Club. Get your tickets and more information here. MUSIC | Gentle Bones in concert Now that we've found out more about Joel Tan (or Gentle Bones, as everyone knows him), it's time to hear Singapore's version of Ed Sheeran in concert. This time, he'll be presenting his older folk-pop tunes and his new foray into r&b, including new tune Run Tell Daddy.
11 June, 8.30pm at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Get your tickets and more information here.