CELEBRATE THE ARTS AT SINGAPORE’S CULTURAL CARNIVAL
Inaugural Keong Saik Carnival to be held on28 May 28 comes with an old-fashioned bazaar and good food
Keong Saik Carnival, a cultural event involving local and international vendors and performances, will be held for the 1st time along Keong Saik Road, a street touting high-end shophouse establishments.
The carnival features a street bazaar with goods such as vinyl records and boutique fashion labels, performances from local and overseas acts, as well as a range of food from the bars in the area.
Event curators Potato Head Folk, an Indonesian entertainment and hospitality group, will also have their own booth, offering burgers and sides from their executive chef Adam Penney and award-winning mixologist Mohammad Irwan.
The carnival will take place on 28 May from 12 NOON to 10.30p
For more information, visit Keong Saik Carnival’s Facebook page.
Have a happy time.
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