If you haven’t heard of Artbox, you must be living under a rock.
The popular bazaar will be returning again for its third edition at Singapore Turf Club from 15 to 17 November 2019 and 22 to 24 November 2019. It’ll be even bigger and better than their previous bazaars with a bigger space spanning 200,000 square feet as well as over 300 regional and local vendors.
The theme for this years Artbox is Eden and it is going to be one of the most interactive and thematic editions of Artbox to date.
Visitors can look forward to various art, food and trinkets as well as performances by artists from Malaysia and Thailand. You can also show off your creative flair and create your own art at the Garden of Creation.
If you want to join in the fun and set up your own booth, you can do so too! Check out the rates here.
1 Turf Club Avenue
15 to 17 November 2019
22 to 24 November 2019
Nearest Station: Sixth Avenue
Photo credits: AspirantSG, placestovisitasia, Vulcanpost, Artbox Singapore
Domino’s Singapore is giving out over 540 pizzas across 10 outlets on August 5 2019
The National Day promotions just keep coming and Domino’s Pizza is jumping onto that bandwagon as well.
On August 5 2019, Domino’s Pizza will be giving away more than 540 personal pizzas across 10 outlets with no minimum purchase.
The giveaway will begin at 12pm and the pizzas will be up for grabs while stocks last.
The pizzas will be available in Classified Chicken and Sambal Ikan Bilis. Sambal Ikan Bilis will be the default flavour so you will not get the Classified Chicken flavour unless you request for it.
The 10 stores that will be having this promotion are:
- Ang Mo Kio Cheng San
- Bedok Reservoir
- Crown Centre
- Jurong Green
- Tampines Avenue 4
- Woodlands Rise
Do note that 54 pizzas will be given out at each of these stalls all except for the outlet at Ang Mo Kio Cheng San, which will be giving away 100 pizzas instead.
Love Toy Story? Then you’ll love these epic new sneakers from Reebok!
Fans of Toy Story, we are pretty sure that you’re psyched for the new Toy Story 4 movie that will be out in cinemas really soon. To add on to the excitement, we have some even better news for you!
Reebok has recently collaborated with BAIT — popular streetwear and sneaker retail store — and Disney Pixar to release a new pair of super epic sneakers that are inspired by Buzz Lightyear and Woody.
The mismatched, chunky sneakers are an iteration of their Reeboks popular Instapump Fury series. The left side is dressed up in a colour scheme of purple and green after Buzz Lightyear with the word “LIGHTYEAR” stamped at the outer side of the shoe.
The right side, on the other hand, comes clad in the signature colours of Woody the Sheriff with black and white cow patterns, light blue denim touches and mid-western dragonfly motifs on the tongue tab and heel pull referencing his iconic neckerchief.
Only a handful of these limited edition kicks are up for grabs so if you’re a die-hard fan, you better get your hands on these before it’s too late! Sneaker junkies, the same goes for you. Even if you’re not a fan of the movie, these sneakers are pretty rad and we are sure that they’ll turn heads!
Photo credits: Insider
Things to do this weekend in Singapore (7-9 Sept)
It’s a brand new month, and with that comes brand new activities to take part in.
From the largest Japanese Festival in Singapore, to running in support with ex-offenders, this weekend is going to be packed.
1. Mid-Autumn at Gardens by the Bay (6 Sept – 24 Sept)
Pack some mooncakes, light your lanterns and head to Gardens by the Bay.
To celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival, this park been decked out in glowing, whimsical lantern sets. There’re 70m dragons shooting across the water, a phoenix arcing through the air and the quintessential lanterns themselves.
There’s even a marketplace at the Supertree Grove which promises a food street and a showcase of traditional performances.
Address: Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Time: 6PM – 11PM
Ticket pricing: Free entry
2. Singapore by Nguan (8 Sept – 28 Oct)
You might’ve seen Nguan pop on on your Facebook or Instagram feed before.
This photographer’s dreamy, pastel landscapes capture snapshots of fleeting moments and concrete fixtures alike in Singapore.
His exhibition will examine themes of longing, discombobulation and regret, all captured in those muted hues.
Address: Gillman Barracks, Blk 9 #02-21
Time:12PM-7PM daily, 12PM-5PM on Sundays
Ticket pricing: Free entry
3. Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (8 Sept – 9 Sept)
Singapore’s long-awaited, largest pop-culture convention has finally arrived. If you’ve got a thing for Anisong DJ sessions, you love manga or anime, or even Marvel or DC, this is the place to be.
Check out a variety of comic books, manga, collectibles, merch and more!
Address: Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center, 1 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971
Time: 10AM – 8PM
Ticket pricing: STGCC + GGXP: $20.50, GGXP: $10
4. Japan Summer Festival (8 Sept – 9 Sept)
There’re booths and booths of food, a chance for you to try on a Yukata and best of all – a Pokémon Carnival. Check out our article on it here.
Address: National Stadium, Stadium Dr, Singapore 397629
Time: 8 Sept: 12PM – 9PM, 9 Sept: 12PM – 8PM
Ticket pricing: $6
5. Yellow Ribbon Run (9 Sept)
Show your support for ex-offenders by running your heart out this Sunday.
This is the Yellow Ribbon Run’s 10th run, and for a good reason. By running, you’re pledging your support for these ex-offenders’ reintegration into society. They’re people, too.
Address: SAF Field, Raffles Blvd, Singapore
Time: 6AM – 11AM
Ticket pricing: $28