Sun’s out, dine out! Think gourmet social markets amid organic farms, tea festivals, food photography workshops and a jazz concert (with equally good bites) for all ages!
Sunset Social Market presented by Open Farm Community
22-23 July at Open Farm Community
The OFC Sunset Social Market is back with a delectable state of mind! The tenth edition of the two-day market is taking its cue from the local foodie culture, zooming in on some of the city’s finest modern-day hawkers, gourmet grocers, artisanal bakers and small-batch producers, all of whom will be showcasing some truly Singaporean flavours. Once you’ve had your fill, try your hand out on shaking up a world class cocktail, make your own flower crown, or discover more about organic farming and take an Instagram-worthy shot amid OFC’s flourishing outdoor farm. www.facebook.com/events/239718673198327
We Love Jazz Party
22-23 July at The Great Escape at Golden Mile
Put on your best beaded fringed frock and bring your jazz hands…because the second edition of the We Love Jazz Party is here to get music enthusiasts of all ages on their feet. Expect over 100 artists to take to the stage to jam together and hang out over soulful tunes, and also celebrate 51 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Singapore (it’s what the festival was inaugurated to commemorate last year!). welovejazz.org
Singapore Tea Festival presented by 1872 Clipper Tea Co.
22-23 July at B4 ION Orchard
Calling all tea aficionados! The Singapore Tea Festival will be making its debut this weekend at Ion Orchard featuring local tea brands such as the 1872 Clipper Tea Co., exhibits at a specially curated Tea Museum, and a “Teapitiam” with vendors such as the Naked Finn. Don’t leave without picking up a festival special tea blend sold exclusively at this event! www.facebook.com/sgteafest
Transforming Your Food Images Workshop by Foodist x Morsels
23 July at Morsels (25 Dempsey Road)
You too can be the next Ladyironchef with this hands-on workshop conducted by bespoke cuisine curators The Foodist and Chef Petrina Loh of Morsels. Under their direction, be prepared to get your hands dirty as you will be plating, styling and taking photographs of dishes such as House-cured Barramundi and Hainanese Chicken Salad. Time to get those cameras out for this exciting culinary event! www.thefoodist.com.sg/pages/transforming-your-food-images
Additional reporting by Gerald WH Tan