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You’ve made it, it’s Friday again! There’s something we have to tell you – we don’t want you to stay home this weekend. For that, we’ve put together a list of activities that you may like and yes, it involves a lot of eating and dancing. Think Ben & Jerry’s ice cream buffet, paella festival, first-ever Middle Eastern-meets-Korean block party and more.

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Are you ready? Then buckle up for a truly wicked weekend.


Night Festival



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We know, Singapore’s Night Festival started last week but this weekend, the festival is getting bigger and better. Compared to last week’s minimal light installations, this weekend sees various performances by local artists (yes Jasmine Sokko we’re looking at you), pro-wrestlers grappling it out at SMU Campus Green and more.

Do keep a lookout for GLOBE, an impressive circus-like performance that employs pyrotechnics and video projections to create the visualisation of the joy of flying. Expect an amazing light show accompanied by an all-around sound system. Get there early though, it’s going to get busy.

Singapore Night Festival: Civic District

When: Until Sunday Aug 27, 2017


#CerealouslyGood Ice Cream Feast



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Are you a big fan of Ben & Jerry’s? Then you must have noticed the two new flavours – Cocoa Loco (choco cereal milk ice cream with crisp cereal swirls) and Frozen Flakes (cereal milk ice cream with crisp cereal swirls) – around town. Creamy, milky and malty, if you’re in love with the new ice cream flavours, then keep your Saturday free.

For one day only, fans are invited to indulge in an hour of unlimited scoops of these two flavours, complete with an assortment of toppings and pastries, at only $15 per head. The spaces are limited so book your spot at 6346 2292.

#CerealouslyGood Ice Cream Feast: At all Ben & Jerry scoop stores

When: Sat Aug 26, 2017





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It’s OLA Cocina Del Mar’s fifth anniversary. For the uninitiated, it is a quaint Spanish restaurant located within the OCBC Financial Centre in the Central Business District, serving up hearty tapas and paellas.

For its fifth birthday, OLA Cocina Del Mar has invited chefs from different restaurants to whip up their own rendition of how a paella should be. The chefs invited are from namely Masashi Asai from Bincho at Hua Bee, Drew Nocente from Salted and Hung and Mateu Villaret from Esquina. So yes, you can expect a Japanese or Asian twist to the versatile paella.

Pellada: OLA Cocina Del Mar, 12 Marina Boulevard, #01-06 MBFC Tower 3, S(018981)

When: Sun Aug 27, 12:30-4pm


Annyeong Habibi



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Wait… what? Doesn’t Annyeong stand for hello in Korean, likewise for Habibi in Arabic? Yes, that’s the whole point. For the first time ever in Singapore, Artichoke Singapore (Middle Eastern restaurant) and Joo Bar (Korean bites and drinks) are teaming up to host a collaborative block party.

Come prepared for a whole evening filled with loud music, ever-flowing booze and of course delectable Middle-Eastern-meets-Korean dishes.

Annyeong Habibi: Artichoke 161 Middle Road, S(188978)

When: Sun, Aug 27, 2017, 5pm – sellout


Sunset Sessions



Not a big fan of loud music? Fret not. On Sunday, Ce La Vi is hosting another round of the famed Sunset Sessions – Spin a Record Vinyl Edition. Alongside resident DJs, DJ JNR Tirso, who is part of the Matteblacc DJ group, are going to take us right into their evolving sound curation.

From timeless bootlegs to dancefloor anthems that are perfect for a loungy Sunday evening, we recommend you to get there before sunset. Why? So you can groove to the sunset from the 57th level, with a glass of bubbly in hand of course.

Sunset Sessions: Ce La Vi, Level 57, 1 Bayfront Ave, S(018971)

When: Sun Aug 27, 2017, 5-10pm