5 things to do this weekend: 29 June – 1 July
BOOKS | Singapore Art Book Fair 2018
Featuring exhibitors from eight countries, the Singapore Art Book Fair will include materials that engineer growth, thinking and maturity through conversations, presentations and workshops. The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore will also be collaborating with the fair to present a curated programme titled 'Publishing as Discourse'. There will also be performances by Narcissus from Japan and Pupa from Singapore.
MUSIC | PLUR Vibration
PLUR Vibration is a party for a good cause. The event aims to tackle social stigmas and raise awareness on mental health issues in the music industry through the performances of their selected DJs including Joshen, KNIGHTNDAE, Ezra Hazard, Rey, PLAKE, Jaxx T, and the duo Paramercy. Flavoured with local music and genres of House, Techno, EDM, Trap, Dubstyle and Hardstep, the night will also include free UV face painting and Kandi making.
EXHIBITION | Fullerton Concours d'Elegance
A three-day celebration to mark the 90th anniversary of the Fullerton Building, a string of activities including art exhibitions, photography workshops, heritage tours, family activities, culinary delights, gala events and yacht displays await. The event will also feature one of the largest automotive showcases in Southeast Asia where they will be joined by models including the Bugatti Chiron Sport, Ferrari FXX-K Evo and Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge.
MUSIC | Cadaver: Live Art - Good Music
Cadaver is a get-together for creatives seeking to meet, collaborate and transform a space to stand unique on its own. With a fantastic line-up for the weekend including Niko Kenton, Mantravine, Hawt Hands, Attagirl collective, Anna Goulding, Huntersson, Shirshanka and Shamiksha, it will be a scene of art-making, ugly-dancing and chilling out with drinks.
PARTY | SHE Shores SG 2018
The all-girls beach party will be bringing bikinis, international DJs and even a bounce house to its first edition on the island. Joined by DJ Roz from Taiwan and DJ Marjorie Sinclair from Brazil (who has DJed at T-Pain and Justin Timberlake's official after party) our shores will be alive with pulsing music and fun in the Saturday to come.