28 things to see, do, eat and watch this July in Singapore

Gorge on burritos, party by the beach, catch a Singaporean musical and stock up on local products. July is looking to be quite a packed month already.

Try snagging a table at Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant Bread Street Kitchen at MBS. If you’ve given up, head to the reopening of Mexican restaurant Muchachos chock full of burritos, margaritas and beers. Jul 1

It’s the Fourth of July. Celebrate with obligatory beer pong, all-American snacks and popcorn st the beachside Stars & Stripes party or check out our full list of Fourth of July parties here. Jul 4

myVillage hosts A Rooftop Affair, a night full of performances by YouTube superstars Us The Duo, as well as Gentle Bones and Shigga Shay. Jul 4

It’s killer reggae and drum & bass tunes meets tiki cocktails at this rooftop affair at Irie Vibrations x Singapura Dub Club at Potato Head Folk. Jul 5

The classic West End musical Singin’ in the Rain, about a silent film actor facing the birth of talkies is back for another run and this time, it uses over 12,000 liters of water. Jul 9-26

For its first anniversary, Una is throwing a Spanish-style garden party at Una Noche. There will be live music, artisan stalls full of Spanish produce and wines, as well as tons of paella and sangria. Jul 10

Stock up on records and vinyls by Vinylicious and Straits Records at The Analog Assembly x The Projector x The Golden Bar. If vinyl isn’t your thing, head to Maker Faire where crafters and hobbyists show their works spanning accessories, gadgets and craft pieces.  Jul 11

“It” girl DJ Tokimonsta (or Jennifer Lee) spins her trendy hip hop and breakbeat tunes at The Deep End with Tokimonsta & Zushan. Or head to Sweatlodge Showcase where Ed Davenport and Spencer Parker take turns to helm the decks with house and techno tunes. Jul 11

Mingle with entrepreneurs and creatives who will share their success stories at PechaKucha Night, a popular networking series. Jul 15

Pasarbella hosts Pop Market, full of goods from local brands like 2 Peas in a Pot, Jot A Blotter and Funny Museum. Jul 17-19

The sixth edition of the Art Apart Fair focuses on urban art by emerging Asian artists like Filipino Ramon Orlina and glass sculptor Kunihiko Nohara. Jul 17-19

Feast on fresh seafood and grilled meats as you listen to cool grooves at The Beach Spread. Did we mention there’s freeflow Champagne? Jul 17

It was one of the year’s most-anticipated horror flicks and it’s now showing at The Projector. It Follows is about a young woman being terrorized by a supernatural force. Jul 17

Let loose under bridges and viaducts of the Rail Corridor at Off the Rails Again. It’ll be an urban affair with more grafitti and jungle-reggae music by Wobology and Lion Steppaz Sound. Jul 18

The rooftop of People’s Park Complex is always busy and this time, there’s Soulscape. There’s a wellness market with tons of gourmet food and a sunset yoga session by Yoga Movement. Jul 18

It’s a free-for-all at the Singapore Really Really Free Market where you can pick up clothes, books, CDs and accessories for free. Jul 19

Yep, the tribute musical to Lee Kuan Yew is here. Played by Adrian Pang, the LKY Musical tells the story of Lee Kuan Yew’s early days. Jul 21-Aug 2

Get ready for a night of wild Aussie humor at Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, which brings Andy Saunders, Dave Callan, Urzila Carlson and Nick Cody to the stages. Jul 23

One of the most anticipated local releases, 7 Letters brings seven huge local directors like Royston Tan, Tan Pin Pin and Eric Khoo to produce and direct a film that reflects our social and cultural landscape. Jul 24-26

The local food fest Singapore Favorite Food Village is back and this year there’s a focus on Teochew dishes. Nosh on local hawker heritage favorites by the likes of Chef Eric Low, who has made a name for himself preparing Teochew opera porridge. Jul 24-Aug 2

Indonesian artist Stefan Buana shows new textured works created using threads and wires to create faces in Face to Peace. Jul 24-30

The Singapore International Triathlon is back with a special SG50 edition. Swim, cycle and run your way to the finish line, whether you choose the Supersprint course or the Standard course. Registrations close Jul 12. But if off-roading is more your speed, head to the MSIG Singapore Action Asia where 90% of the course will be on terrain all around Singapore. Jul 25

The former guitarist and frontman of The Smiths, Johnny Marr, has finally confirmed his tour dates. He’ll be playing hits from his latest album Playland, as well as a string of classics by The Smiths. Jul 30

Blu Jaz hosts a night of soundbites from various genres at Musicians Unite. On the roster are Oli Hughes, Yazeid Rahman and Justin Bannister. Jul 31