Things to Do This Weekend: 13th to 15th May

Come this weekend, we see a number of food festivals, curated label pop-up, parties and family-oriented events where we can unwind and spend some quality time with our loved ones. Here’s a round up of the activities to check out this weekend (13th to 15th May).
1. SAVOUR Gourmet 20163savourPhoto: SAVOUR

The first edition of SAVOUR 2016, SAVOUR Gourmet is a food festival held along Marina Bayfront and will feature over 30 original creations by some of the best restaurants in the city. Enjoy a night of great food, cocktails and live music without breaking your bank – with exclusive dishes priced only at $6 and $12.

Date: 12th to 15th May 2016, 11am to 11pm (varies on different days)
Venue: Bayfront Avenue, next to Marina Bay Sands Exhibition Centre
Admission: Free (Packages available for booking)
More information on

2. The Attaby Collective: Not Your Average Pop Up
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The latest pop-up event to hit the scene, The Attaby Collective features a curated selection of small, independent labels who work collaboratively together. Held in the iconic and inspirational Haji Lane, the pop-up will open for a month, enabling you the time and space to get to know some of the featured brands without the hassle of squeezing with the crowds.

Date: 7th May to 4th June 2016, 12pm to 8pm
Venue: 76 Haji Lane (second floor) Singapore 189269
Admission: Free
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3. Violah: French Festival Singapore
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The annual French festival in Singapore is back this year, presenting the best of French culture, science, education and gastronomy. This year’s 7-week festival programme features some 40 events – including a wide range of concerts, exhibitions, dance performances, scientific events, conferences and movie screenings.
Date: 15th April 2016 to 31st May 2016, various timings
Venue: Various venues
Admission: Ticket prices vary
More information on
4. “Falling” by Pangdemonium
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FALLING is second production of the year by Pangdemonium, a local theatre company by renowned personality Adrian Pang. The show examines the meaning of unconditional love as it follows the life of Tami and Bill, ordinary parents who is doing their best to bring up their two teenage children – Lisa, a 16 year old who is full of attitude, as well as Josh, an 18 year old boy with severe autism.
Date: 13th May to 5th June 2016
Venue: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
Admission: Tickets from $30++
More information on

5. Silent Disco Asia

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A unique dance party which consists of individuals wearing wireless headsets and raving to their selection of music, Silent Disco is coming to Singapore this year. Featuring three DJs playing different music genres, party-goers are able to flick between the different channels on their headsets to groove to the different genres of music – disco grooves, house music, rock music. Take the noise-cancelling headsets off and you can even have a chat with your friends without having to raise your voice. The inaugural launch party would be held at Kult Kafe, a relatively new outdoor bar situated atop Emily Hill.

Date: 14th May 2016, 8pm to 2am
Venue: Kult Kafe
Admission: SGD $20
More information on

6. Bukit Timah Saddle Club Open Day6btscPhoto: Bukit Timah Saddle Club
A great event for a day out with the family, the Bukit Timah Saddle Club will be having their open house, where activities such as pony rides, tractor rides, pony feeding, dog shows will be available – a good opportunity to get up close and personal with the horses and ponies. Food stands will also be available with food by Picotin Restaurant as well as Straits Wine Company.
Date: 15th May 2016, 9am to 6pm
Venue: Bukit Timah Saddle Club
Admission: Free
More information on their Facebook event page

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