Armenian Street Party 2018: Balik Kampong 2.0
Gather your kakis and join us as we bring Singapore Heritage Festival to a rousing finish. Transport yourself back to those groovy days of the past. Come dressed in your most fabulous updo’s, best batik prints, saris, and slinky cheongsams. Enjoy comedic performances, traditional games, and cap off your night with a ride on a vintage Vespa sidecar*. Grab tasty bites too – enjoy a mix of old and new local flavours. An extravaganza awaits!
REGISTER TO RECEIVE A SET OF ENAMEL PINS. Be one of the first 500 to RSVP here and you can pick up a set of old-school Singapore icon enamel pin between 6 and 7pm on either night; one per person please. Then complete your kampong outfits with these limited-edition collectibles!
For more information on the party details, visit www.peranakanmuseum.org.sg or the Singapore Heritage Festival website.
*Pre-registration is required on Peatix for enamel pins redemption, talks, and Vespa sidecar tours. Limited seats are available. Participants should arrive 10 minutes before the start of the booked session.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Armenian Street Party completely free?
All programmes are completely free, including free admission to the Peranakan Museum, Substation, and Singapore Philatelic Museum. But food, drinks, and items from our local designers are not free, so please bring along some cash, and support Singapore creatives.
How much will food and drinks cost?
We have a wide variety of food, from the usual nyonya cuisine and fusion hawker fare to old school favourite cocktails! Food items will cost about $3 to $10, and drinks (non-alcoholic and alcoholic options) about $2 to $12.
What can I do here?
We have back to back performances on the main stage featuring stand-up comedian Deepak, an interactive Peranakan skit by True Blue, and local talents including The Pinholes, .gif, Joie, and Deborah Emmanuel. Avid photographer? Check out all six art installations, including Jalan Jamban featuring an interactive toilet by Substation, a giant calendar installation by wheniwasfour, a walk-in kaleidoscope called OH! Corak Corak, and a fashion display by LASALLE School of Fashion.
Is this programme suitable for families and children?
Yes! Joget Lambak in an award winning Xtend Barre class with Upside Motion and Kenneth Francis or make your own pinhole camera or your own linocut patterned fan. Too much? Check out the pasar malam featuring food, drinks, and knick knacks from local entrepreneurs or sign up for these talks presented by the Eurasian Association.
Please also find our corrected schedule below.
- The event description was updated. Diff#331940 2018-04-19 12:24:30