Here at Urban Journey, we try our best to ensure your weekends are jam-packed. This week, our curation provides activities that aren’t just fun but enlightening and fulfilling. Scroll down to see the variety of events we’ve cooked up for you this time around.
Wed November 13th
Anita Kapoor – What Will it Take?
“What Will it Take?” is a charity-driven event designed to promote awareness regarding the suffocation and suppression of all things earthly. Anita Kapoor will be presenting various pieces of art available for purchasing, while dishing out engaging performances they’ve been very hush-hush about. Make sure to attend the reception on Saturday and rest assured that all the art-purchase proceedings will be donated to a charity of Anita’s choosing. Check out the Facebook here.
Exhibition: 13 Nov – 16 Nov
Reception: Saturday, 16 Nov from 8pm – 9:30pm
Friday, November 15th
The Boutique Fair: Gifting Edition
This bi-yearly event has been a tremendous success amongst expats and Singaporeans alike these last 17 years. Led by small business advocate, Charlotte Cain, comes a fair encompassing over 300 independent and socially responsible brands. All shoppers are presented with a carefully curated selection of products ranging from men’s and women’s fashion and accessories, furniture and home décor, and children’s goods. With each brand incorporating eco-friendly practices, this fair is great place to shop for those conscious of their carbon footprint.
Find their Facebook page here.
15 Nov from 9am – 8pm, 16 Nov from 10am – 8pm, 17 Nov from 10am – 6pm
CÉ LA VI Presents Mercer
CÉ LA VI has managed to secure one of the four musical disciples of the internationally renowned collective – Pardon My French. Mercer has been making mind-blowing hits alongside DJ Snake, Tchami and Malaa for close to 4 years now and we’re excited to see him come down to collaborate with CÉ LA VI’s resident DJs. If you’re keen to check out the scene, check out their Facebook page here.
Friday, 15 Nov from 10pm – late
Marquee Singapore Presents Nervo
Electro Dance super-star sisters, Mim and Liv Nervo, are gracing us with their presence this coming Friday at Marina Bay Sands. Hosted by Marquee, the all-time top-ranked female DJs in the world are dishing out their infectious energy at the Marquee dance floor. Get enveloped in the Nervo ambiance and experience the sisterhood’s distinctive sound. You can find more info on the Facebook page here.
Friday, Nov 15 from 10pm – 6am
Saturday, November 16th
Heart of Darkness Cake Pairing
One of our favorite craft beer bars, Heart of Darkness, are hosting a cake pairing event, inspired by the various beers within the HoD selection. The masterful pastry chefs are able deliver a one-of-a-kind experience combining the best of both worlds. With pastries such as Citrus Meringue Tart & Conquistador’s Mexican Pilsner, your taste buds are bound to have a memorable encounter. Check out the facebook page here.
Saturday and Sunday, Nov 16-17 from 1pm – 10:30pm
Sunday, November 17th
Singapura Reggae Festival
For all you Reggae lovers comes the Singapura Reggae Festival featuring no other than Jamaican icon- Ranking Joe. Headlined by the Kingston national, prepare yourself for an authentic Caribbean celebration with native foods and craft markets followed by amazing performances from artists such as Reggae Remedy, Randolf Arriola and many more. Don’t be missing out on this one mon!
Find more info on their Facebook page here.
Sunday, Nov 17 from 4pm – 12am
A Day with Orio
The mastermind behind Fat Fish Familia is teaming up with Camp Kilo to give you a vibe to remember this upcoming Sunday afternoon. Orio has been responsible for some of the most hardcore rave scenes one could find in the land of Singapore so it’s only right that he flexes his versatile muscle and gives us one of the chillest afternoons as well. Orio’s eclectic mix of cosmic disco-funk is an absolute must-hear. You can find their Facebook page here.
Sunday, Nov 17 from 2pm – 10:30pm
Big Beach Clean Up
We are happy to see Seven Clean Seas is making eco-friendly waves in Singapore. Due to high interest and turn-up rate (which we’re also very glad to hear about), they’ve grown more ambitious and are doing a massive beach clean-up this time around. All who couldn’t participate last time are more than welcomed to come. Don’t forget to bring water bottles and sunscreen. You can find more info on their Facebook group here.
Sunday, Nov 17 from 8:30am – 11:30 am