Staying in Singapore? Here's what to do this long weekend
It's gonna be a long one
4th Kranji Countryside Farmer's Market
There are lots going on at Kranji's edge this weekend: artisanal food, local produce, live music, and workshops. Learn some DIY tricks at the spice and fruit infusion workshop and be sure to pick up The Hunters' pistachio butter by Kitchenette; one of their bestsellers. For the kids, there's also an animal-petting corner. Stay on for a sunset party featuring local pop rock band The Summer State and DJ Chris.
30 & 31 May, 2 - 9pm at 240 Neo Tiew Crescent
Hanging Up the Moon: Immaterial Album Launch Show
While tickets for this hotly anticipated folk act are sold out, you can still take your chances at the door — limited tickets are available. Musicians Sean Lam, Alexius Cai of Piblokto, Dean Aziz of Concave Scream, Leslie Low of The Observatory and Victor Low of Affixen come together for Hanging Up The Moon's third album, Immaterial. Listen out for sounds from the violin and cello in this new set.
30 May, 8pm at The Substation
The Local People #T8DECK Art Market
It seems the dingier the venue, the hipper the crowd. From rooftops to carparks, the new 'it' place to be seen is Deck; a stack of containers that work as an alternative event space. Hosted by art market aficionados The Local People, they've brought together a slew of lifestyle vendors and musicians for a retail experience like no other. Look out for Jaime Wong's acoustic folk-pop tunes and pick up bagels from TwoMen Bagel House.
30 May, 5 - 10pm at 120A Prinsep Street
Urban Beach House
Brought to you by Singapore's best ethnic salon Extreme Lengths, this Sunday session brings together the best of Balearic beats, beachwear and good vibes. Lime House plays host to this soiree, so drink up on rum sangria and nosh on light Caribbean bites. Extreme Lengths' expert stylists will give your hair the braids they deserve, while kaftans and kimonos from beachwear staple the wit and the will provide retail therapy.
31 May, 3 - 10.30pm at Lime House
Loof presents ANORAAK
Part of Loof's 'Monday No-Work special', the rooftop bar plays host to French producer Anoraak's synthetic beats. Lauded for his addictive remixes of tunes from Neon Indian, Metronomy and Phoenix, he's here for a one-night-only special supported by DJs Daryl Chan and Cats on Crack. Get there early for some free satay from 5 to 8pm.
31 May, 5pm till late at Loof