Five things to do this weekend (Apr 22-24)
‘Tis the weekend to appreciate the arts!
Whether you’d rather stay in bed or venture the streets, there’s definitely something to keep you occupied!
Here are five things to do this weekend (Apr 22-24):
1. Watch aespa make history at Coachella
For the first time ever, a Kpop group will be taking the main stage at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
As part of 88rising’s Head In The Clouds Forever lineup, girl group aespa will make their Coachella debut this Saturday (Apr 23).
You can catch their livestream performance on YouTube. They’ll be performing their title tracks Black Mamba, Next Level, and Savage, and an additional unreleased song.
2. Pick up a good read from Aesop
Planning on staying in this weekend? Why not grab a complimentary title from Aesop Women’s Library to keep you company!
The shelves at Aesop VivoCity and Aesop Marina Bay Sands have been stocked up with books recommended by publishing houses Math Paper Press, Epigram, Ethos Books, and Sea Breeze Books.
These titles include We Make Spaces Divine by Pooja Nansi, Professions by Amanda Chong, 17 Keong Saik Road by Charmaine Leung and ‘Others’ Is Not A Race by Melissa De Silva.
While no purchase is required, each customer is only entitled to one redemption.
3. Get into the Raya spirit with Crane
It’s time to get into the festive mood! In preparation for Hari Raya, social club Crane will be hosting a Raya Souk from Apr 23 to 24, from 12pm to 8pm at Joo Chiat.
The souk, otherwise known as marketplace, will feature homegrown brands like Saffron Strokes, Buhimi Clothing & Co, Airbois, Zenko, and Hiumibakes so drop by for some tasty treats and cute outfits!
While admission is free, registration is required.
4. Check out Boutique Fairs Singapore
After a two-year hiatus, Boutique Fairs Singapore will return to the F1 Pit Building with 160 brands and designers as part of the Spring Summer 2022 Edition.
These stalls will sell women’s and men’s fashion and accessories, children’s wear and toys, furniture and home decor, beauty and lifestyle products, food, drinks, and lots more.
Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment, as tickets at the door will not be available for sessions that have sold out online.
5. Visit a sustainability market
To commemorate Earth Day which falls on Friday (Apr 22), The Glass Hut will host a nature and sustainability-themed bazaar called In The Market of Things at 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace from Apr 23 to 24.
There’ll be lots of exciting activities such as a polaroid emulsion workshop and magic tricks by Meta Illusions.
Interesting items like hand-painted vinyls, handcrafted polymer clay jewellery, and upcycled lifestyle products will also be on sale.
Singer Narelle Kheng will also be there to sell her pre-loved apparels.