Five things to do this weekend (Oct 21 – 23)
This weekend has festivals and food galore!
1. Indulge in Japanese delicacies at the ISETAN Momiji Matsuri Fair
The ISETAN Momiji Matsuri Fair returns after a two-year hiatus.
Till Oct 30, shoppers can indulge in several yatai (food cart) delicacies, sweet treats and premium fresh produce from 25 renowned Japanese brands.
These treats include KINOKUNIYA’s signature American-style Apple Pie, TOKIO’s Banana Crepe and Kurikoma Chaya’s Fruit Mochi Cake.
The ISETAN Momiji Matsuri Fair is located at Nex Atrium Level One.
2. Spoil yourself at the first Sentosa Food Fest
From Oct 21 to Dec 21, the inaugural Sentosa Food Fest will feature a variety of gastronomic experiences.
There will be four events at the Food Fest – the GrillFest, Restaurant Trail, Food Truck Fiesta and the Craft Beer Jamboree.
Attendees can choose from grilled foods and local flavours to brews and ice cream.
Entry to the Food Fest is free.
3. Vibe along to Stefanie Sun at the One Love Asia Festival
Mandopop lovers can look forward to the One Love Asia Festival as it returns from a two-year hiatus.
Running from Oct 22 to 23, the festival will be headlined by Stefanie Sun where she will be joined by other artistes including Tanya Chua and Name Wee.
General admission tickets are priced at $121 for the 1-day pass and $221 for the 2-day pass. The event is set to start at 4pm.
4. Catch the limited time pop-up cafe featuring BT21 and LINE FRIENDS
For a limited time only from Oct 21, the MY LITTLE BUDDY CAFÉ will pop up at Kumoya@Orchard Central.
It is South East Asia’s first LINE FRIENDS pop-up café and is divided into two sections – BT21 world and LINE FRIENDS world.
Patrons can indulge in themed food designed after both BT21 and LINE FRIENDS characters, where its menu is curated by the Kumoya kitchen crew and award-winning food artist and blogger Shirley Wong, also known as Little Miss Bento.
MY LITTLE BUDDY CAFÉ opens from 11am to 9.30pm daily.
5. Let loose at the Hypeworld music festival
Fans can catch international artistes such as multi-Platinum DJ R3HAB at the Hypeworld Music Festival at Gardens by the Bay.
Situated at The Meadow, the festival will run from Oct 22 to 23 and will also feature food and workout activities.
There will also be local and regional acts taking the stage, including Indonesian trio Weird Genius and homegrown content creator and DJ Nicole Choo.
HypeWorld tickets go for $158 for the 1-day pass and $278 for the 2-day pass. The event is set to begin at 4pm on both days.