Taking place over two weekends in January at Downtown East, Eatbox is described by its organisers as a “boutique edition of Artbox”.
This October and November, gear up for Singapore River Festival 2018 (SRF) as it kicks off its fourth edition that’s bound to be bigger and better.
i Light Marina Bay festival will return with a special i Light Singapore - Bicentennial Edition from 28 January to 24 February - biggest edition since 2010.
Step into the Neon Jungle after dark and spot the wildlife Illuminated in the urban oasis. Enjoy a host of exciting programmes at Gardens By The Bay this October.
Mark your calendars for 7 - 9 December as GTFO! (Get The Fun Out) Festival is bringing a massive obstacle course, food and live music to Sentosa.
Tanjong Pagar Urban Park will transform into a “Japanese Train. Japan Rail Café will be hosting a train-themed event called Autumn in the Train.
“Let’s Go Jalan Jalan!” is a food and music festival that brings all the most iconic things about Singapore – both new and old – to one place.
DFS is hosting a Craft Festival, which means that anyone travelling for the next six weeks is going to have a much better time waiting for their flights.
The festival will return for its 10th edition this October, showcasing six independent films over nine days.
From 27 September to 31 October, Singapore’s largest and most iconic Halloween event, USS Halloween Horror Nights, is back for its eighth edition.
Every year before Christmas, Orchard Road will decked out in the prettiest of lights and glittery decor thanks to Christmas on a Great Street.
Come 21 September 2018, gather your friends and family and head over to Gillman Barracks for a night of good food and great fun!
Neon Lights has been one of the biggest events on the local live music calendar. Crowds have thronged to this festival to enjoy the biggest names in the world of indie music.
Happening over 2 weekends, 17 to 19 August and 24 to 25 August 2018, the MOX Parade will be taking over the space at SOTA level 1!
The food festival spans 2 days, 31 August to 1 September 2018, at The Lawn @ Marina Bay and most importantly, ENTRY IS FREE!
With so much to eat, drink, do and listen to, the bites & vibes pop-up block party looks set to be a great way to spend Sunday!
Here are five artists that we think you should totally check out at Baybeats 2018.
Following its popularity when it debuted last year, the Singapore Tea Festival is back for its 2nd edition this coming 21 to 23 September 2018!
Happening from 17 to 25 August 2018, the Singapore Night Festival returns for its 11th edition, once again taking over the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct. Over a span of 9 days, the area transforms into a midsummer celebration, with dance performances and art installations for festival-goers.
Jason Mraz, will be coming to Singapore this October for a ONE NIGHT ONLY performance at the National Stadium! This will be his only stop in Asia in 2018. The last time the singer behind hits such as "Lucky", "I'm Yours" and "Geek In The Pink" was in Singapore, was back in 2014.