SG Weekend: 27 unmissable things to do in Singapore (Jun 17-19)

We’ve got Beerfest, festivals, markets, rooftop beach parties, tributes and even a pho party for you to check out this weekend.

Friday, Jun 17

This year’s Beerfest Asia returns for its eighth edition, bringing you more than 500 beers and ciders from around the world. Jun 16-19

The annual Singapore Street Festival (SSF) is back, celebrating its 15th anniversary at Bugis Street and Far East Plaza with a line-up of art pieces and performances by local artists. Jun 8-Jul 3

Find out more on how you can catch free telecasts of the UEFA EURO 2016 matches at bars and restaurants around town in our roundup of sports bars showing the game.Through Jul 11

Bring your summer vibes up to the world’s highest beach party in the sky with 1-Altitude’s Summertime Madness, where you can expect performances by local band AJS, and DJs Leonard T, Jack T and Lindo Martinez. Jun 17-18

Australia’s top female DJ Havana Brown is playing a set at Ce La Vi Singapore at  V¹¹ ft Havana Brown & DJ Ravin (Buddha Bar). From 9pm-5am. Jun 17

Hit the dancefloor at Blu Jaz’s Tropical Explosion and Vik Sohonie (Ostinato Records)’s Album Release Party and shimmy to progressive world tunes. Jun 17

Love is Love by Little India Mexican restaurant Chimichanga is an all-inclusive party featuring songs inspired by humanity and diversity. The event is dedicated to the memory of those lost in Orlando. Jun 17

Gallery & Co. is having a Block Party, featuring artists from Darker Than Wax, house music by Daryl C and a saxophone showcase by Kaye. They’re serving Perrier-Jouët Champagne while you let loose on the dancefloor.  Jun 17

Held at Kult Kafé, Artist of “The Search” (AOTS) by Rip Curl mixes music, art and fashion. There will be a photography exhibition by surf magazine, BELLY and a presentation of Rip Curl’s new Autumn ’16 collection set to tunes by electronic pop funk quartet Disco Hue and DJs NEZ (Revision Music) and William J (Darker Than Wax). Jun 17

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is hosting The Geopolitical and the Biophysical: a structured conversation on Art and Southeast Asia in context, Part II that touches on issues concerning borders, territories, dilemmas and anxieties from 7-9pm. Jun 17

Netflix is bringing the infamous Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria to OverEasy Liat Towers for the launch of Orange is the New Black’s fourth season. It’s fully booked but they accept walk-ins on a first-come-first-serve basis so you can always try your luck. Jun 16-17

Saturday, Jun 18

SoulJam ft. Ollie Des, Ritz & Benny C is a music party set to ’70s-inspired hip hip, funk and soul tunes at the club and lounge of Refuge. RSVP hereJun 18

The Last Dram – Series #1 hosted by The Single Cask, is a whisky sampling event. All you have to do is pay a flat fee of $99 ($79 for early bird rate) to taste as many bottles as you like from 7-10pm. Tickets are available here. Jun 18

Rock your chakras at Pop Up Yoga: Pool Party Edition, held on a “secret” rooftop location. There is a potluck party after the 90-min session, so don’t forget to bring your own food. Slots are limited, so sign up here for $5. Jun 18

The Projector will be showing Purple Rain, the famous 1984 musical drama directed by Albert Magnoli starring Prince. You can get your tickets here. Jun 18

Eiding The Feast is a charity bake sale held at Agrobazaar, showcasing home-grown bakers who’’ sponsore baked items to organise cooked food meal donations for children in children’s homes in Singapore to break fast with. Jun 18

Baby-faced American singer-songwriter Greyson Chance (of Lady Gaga cover fame) is performing alongside local darling Inch Chua in an outdoor rooftop concert. A $90 spend at myVillage gets you a free ticket. Jun 18

The Local People and National Heritage Board have collaborated for the Local people X NHB Arts Sprawl Market at Waterloo Centre with over 50 food, art and retail vendors. Check out art murals, wall installations, a movie screening, music by homegrown musicians and even a sewing workshop by FMS Fashion Makerspace. Jun 18

Get up close with the shortlisted authors with their fictional takes on the next great Singaporean novel at Meet the Authors: Sebastian Sim & Wong Souk Yee . Jun 18

Pho Stop and TAP have collaborated for Pass The Pho, an event that pairs craft beers with Vietnamese-inspired cuisine. The drinks list features brews such as Hoppy amber ale, orange honey wheat ale and more. Jun 18

Sunday, Jun 19

The Barter Market is back at hip photography gallery Deck, showcasing artisanal wares ranging from art prints, ceramics, baked goods and beer. There will be no money changing hands for any of the above. Check out their Facebook page for more details. Jun 19

The first-ever Gilman Barrack’s Farmers Market features stalls by local farmers and growers such as Sea Farmers at Ubin (oysters), Guerilla Seeds (non GMO seeds) and Ah Hua Kelong (freshly harvested seafood). Flex your green thumb with activities like community gardening and micro greening. Jun 19

The Projector is showing Monty Python and The Holy Grail, one of the classic films of time. Grab your tickets fast as there are only limited seatings available. Jun 19

Café, a play written by Joel Tan and directed by Chen Yingxuan is part of The Twenty-Something Theatre Festival 2016, which will be showcased at Goodman Arts Centre Black Box. Till Jun 19

As part of The Twenty-Something Festival, Curry Puff is a play that shows the perspective of a 40 year-old Indonesian women operating an unlicensed curry puff factory in her two-room HDB flat. Till Jun 19

Kayak The Hidden Waterways of Sungei Khatib Bongsu allows you to kayak along one of Singapore’s largest rivers. Participants have to register for a spot first. Jun 19

Immigrant by Ali Esmaeilipour at  Miaja Gallery is a mix-media exhibition comprising visual representations of the sentiment and struggle in balancing roots of belonging. Through July 8