Unwind over some live old-school tunes at Singapore's best jazz bars.
From bike flicks to indie documentaries on Tibet to first films by local directors, it's a pretty diverse lot.
Even though it's delayed, expect four months full of everything art.
20 previously unseen black-and-white photographs documenting the city's growth from '60s through '80s debut at Yeo Workshop in Gillman Barracks.
Highlights include a new show by visual artist Robert Zhao and rare shorts at the Asian Film Symposium
The whimsical play featuring an all-Japanese cast will premiere at the Esplanade
It sold out fast last year, so don't wait too long to get tickets, which just went on sale.
Buy lots of cool local products (including ice icream) while checking out free art performances.
It'll be the legendary 80s rock band's first gig here since 1996.
A break from their usual Art After Dark series, this one starts at 11am, with DJs spinning all day, galleries open till 8pm and great food and drink, some if it by new kid on the block Red Baron.