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Weekend guide (Aug 12 to 13)

Weekend guide (Aug 12 to 13)
Shoppers can pedal on stationary bikes with panaromic displays as part of CapitaLand month-long emoji campaign. Photo: CapitaLand
Published: 6:00 PM, August 11, 2017
Updated: 7:32 PM, August 11, 2017

CYCLO-MOJI-RAMA AT RAFFLES CITY
Venue: Raffles City
12/08/2017 - 13/08/2017
S$30
In conjunction with Get Active! Singapore, shoppers can participate in an immersive multimedia fitness activity at Raffles City. As part of CapitaLand's month-long emoji campaign, shoppers pedal on stationary bikes to panaromic displays that change as they cycle along in a geodesic dome measuring 10m. With minimum spending of S$30, shoppers can redeem an entry to participate in the activity. Each redemption entitles one adult and one child below 12-years-old to enter.

EPICUREAN MARKET
Venue: Marina Bay Sands
12/08/2017 - 30/09/2017
S$38
Foodies can go on a gastronomic journey sampling from over 20 restaurants in the fifth edition of the Epicurean Market. Ticket-holders will get to savour a complimentary signature dish worth S$15 from participating outlets such as Bread Street Kitchen and CUT by Wolfgang Puck. For the first time, a two-storey shophouse will play host to international buffet restaurant RISE where they will be serving multi-cultural Singaporean delicacies including its 48-hour slow cooked braised beef brisket. A three-day pass is priced at S$38.

90+ POINTS CLUB MASTERCLASS
Venue: Marina Bay Sands
12/08/2017 - 13/08/2017
S$160++
Wine aficionados can sample from acclaimed Australian producer Penfolds' 2010 Grange wine and Napa Valley’s Beaulieu Vineyards' 2013 Rarity Cabernet Sauvignon at the upcoming Treasury Wine Estates' (TWE) 90+ Points Club Masterclass. Participants can learn about the unique stories behind these award-winning wines. Tickets are priced at S$160++ each, and each attendee will receive an exclusive wine offer.

SINGAPORE CHORAL YOUTH FESTIVAL 2017
Venue: School of the Arts Concert Hall
12/08/2017 - 12/08/2017 7.30pm to 9.30pm
S$25
The inaugural Singapore Choral Youth Festival featuring young choristers will take place on Aug 12. The festival will see 14 local school choirs performing works by local composers and arrangers, including the late Leong Yoon Pin's piece and young and rising composer, 20-year-old student Ryan Foo Fong.

SYNTHESIS PRESENTED BY DAWN KWAN
Venue: ION Art Gallery
Address: 2 Orchard Turn
12/08/2017 - 13/08/2017 10am to 10pm
FREE
Walk through 28 pieces of Abstract Expressionist art works by Dawn Kwan. With seven solo art exhibition to her name, Kwan showcases her distinctive techniques and artful use of space and texture by using different inks, acrylics, solvents and lacquers in her works.

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS PRESENTS LEMONADE
Venue: Bar Canary
Address: 27 Orchard Road
12/08/2017 - 12/08/2017
S$20
Relax by the pool while listening to beats by Scotland-born DJ Jamie React and France-born DJ Max Verrier in the Lemonade party at Bar Canary. Entry is priced at S$20, inclusive of one drink.

HEADS UP: ALIWAL URBAN ART FESTIVAL
Venue: Kampong Glam
19/08/2017 - 19/08/2017 5pm to 11pm
FREE
Aliwal Arts Night Crawl is back for its fifth edition with a special focus on wayang kulit, traditional shadow-puppet play. Performance arts group Sri Warisan's will be re-telling long-lived tales from the Ramayana and Malay Legends (Sang Nila Utama) through wayang kulit performances. There will also be roving art installations by tenant and street art collective RSCLS, who will be casting wayang kulit shadows onto the festival facades as it travels around.

HEADS UP: BEERFEST ASIA 2017
Venue: Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore
17/08/2017 - 20/09/2017 6pm to 10pm
S$15 onwards
Beer lovers can expect to see 100 different new beer labels debuting at the ninth edition of Beerfest Asia 2017. There will be an extensive music line-up featuring more than 30 live acts (DJs and bands) from different genres. Yogis can also participate in the Beer Yoga session.