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For once, it might be worth it to forsake your beauty steep. Singapore Tea Festival 2018 returns with over 35 tea merchants, 300 different products, interactive tea workshops, and exciting technology powered by teapasar. As the world’s first global omni-channel marketplace powered by machine learning taste prediction technology, creating a free profile on their website entitles you to access to their tea database, ProfilePrint and Taste Map.

What’s cool is that the taste profile algorithm delivers your tea preferences and you get to try the different variants at the festival itself! Any tea aficionado will swoon over some of the more unique tea brands, such as the homegrown Pin Tea, cheeky Pekoe & Imp, and ladies’ favourite: The Tea Depot; while secret hipsters will want to check out Fizzicle’s Junboocha for all-natural, double shots of life.

Singapore Tea Festival 2018
When? Now till 23 Sept, 10am to 10pm
Entry is complimentary
ION Orchard, Basement 4, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
 

Join The Gang At Xiao Kopitiam #2

Photo credit: Unmarked SG

Blues when the sun is up, and booze when the sun sleeps; don’t snooze on the second edition of 21Moonstone’s signature event: Xiao Kopitiam. The co-working space will be transformed into a dive bar for the classic Singaporean weekend with potent spirits, creative spirits, and meandering spirits in the form of on-demand poetry.

Xiao Kopitiam #2
When? Today, 3pm to 10pm
Entry is complimentary
21 Moonstone Lane, Poh Leng Building, #09-01, Singapore 328462

Unpretentious Brews Bound For Craft Singapore

Welcome the weekend with everyone’s favourite tipple

A family-friendly event with artisanal beers? Sign us up. Sprawled around the Peck Seah Street Car Park right beside Tanjong Pagar Centre, Craft Singapore 2018 quietly brews up a line-up that will excite any beer connoisseur. This year, savour local drops from folks such as Daryl’s Urban Ales and Singapore Beer Project, and pair them to delectable offerings from Sidecar Sausages or Vatos Urban Tacos. On-site activities include a retail market throughout this weekend, tarot card reading, masterclasses by experienced brewers, and beer pong tables— something for everyone!

Craft Singapore 2018
When? Now till 23 Sept, 2pm to midnight (Sun till 9pm)
Entry is complimentary
30 Maxwell Road Singapore 069114
 

Over The Moon With Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival

Lineup of activities for the whole family at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

When Wan Qing Yuan celebrates, they do it in the grandest manner: creating a giant mooncake in a bid to create a record title on 22 September. The monstrous creation is Halal-certified and set to be around a whopping 1.8 metres in diameter. Visitors who are present will be able to enjoy the mooncake as the free evening concert rolls out with an array of performances, including dragon dances, drama production on the legend of Chang’E, demonstration of kungfu tea, and more.

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2018
When? Now till 23 Sept, 10am to 9.30pm
Entry is complimentary
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Rd, Singapore 327874

Express Yourself This Illustration Arts Fest

Rad artworks from budding artists like Kristal Melson

Every artist’s haven comes to life as the Illustration Arts Fest 2018 kicks off this weekend with over 100 illustrators and booths. The two-day event is packed with ticketed workshops, talks, exhibitions, and perhaps most exciting, a festival market fuelled by said local illustrators. Be sure to check out V A N I T A S, an exhibition helmed by a femme collective of 6 local independent artists showcasing provoking and bordering dark art.

Illustration Arts Fest 2018
When? Now till 23 Sept, 10am to 6pm
Entry is complimentary
LASALLE, 1 McNally St, Singapore 187940

See The Bigger Picture With Utter Redux 2018

Get to meet Tan Wei Ting (screenwriter) at Utter Redux 2018

This Sunday, experience Singapore through the lens of Utter Redux 2018, a one-day conference by Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) and Sinema Media. The full pass is priced at $12 (concession) or $15, and gives you access to specially curated local Utter films, panel discussions on social issues, and workshops dedicated to the Utter filmography.

Utter Redux 2018: The Bigger Picture
When? 23 Sept, 12pm to 9.30pm
Day pass starts from $12 onwards per person
National Library, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064

Gear Up To Be A Zespri Human Pinball 

Shake it all off at the Zespri Human Pinball Arena disco party with DJ Collective Attagirl

Remember the pinball game you used to play when PCs had no internet connection? This coming mid-week, you will have an opportunity to be a human pinball and score yourself some exclusive Zespri goodies in the process. With an objective to create the largest pinball playing field powered by people, Zespri’s pinball arena will have five active stations and zesty surprise elements to challenge participants to keep the ball in the playing field. Two team prizes can be won every hour, for Best Game Played and Best Dressed Team.

Participants will have their full glam on provided by Urban Decay and fuel served by Popaganda, Preparazzi, Project Acai, and smoothies. If that’s not enough, stay fresh with dedicated capsule fitness classes from WeBarre and Boom Singapore. Just like Charlie, you will require a golden ticket to join, available with purchase of Zespri Kiwifruit promotional packs in all leading supermarkets.

Zespri Human Pinball
When? 26 Sept, 6pm to 10pm
Entry is complimentary
*SCAPE, The Ground Theatre, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978

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