Have a feast and enjoy music

Outdoor concerts curated by singer- songwriter Inch Chua (above) are part of the line-up at The Festival InstaGala.
Outdoor concerts curated by singer- songwriter Inch Chua (above) are part of the line-up at The Festival InstaGala.PHOTO: WILFRED LIM

Visitors to The Twenty-Something Theatre Festival can look forward to The Festival InstaGala, a series of curated events such as music performances, talks and pop-up stores. Here are five things to do.

1. Tuck into a barbecue meal

Cafe Melba, which is located at the Goodman Arts Centre, will be open. Ravenous festivalgoers can look forward to a special barbecue meal ($15 a person) during the festival.

2. Have some dessert

Cool off in the scorching weather with Thai coconut ice cream served in coconut shells from Koko Ice Cream. Those with a sweet tooth can pick up cakes from Cake Spade.

If you prefer something healthier, head to the booth by Selva Foods, which will sell acai berry bowls with fresh fruit, nuts and muesli.

3. Check out wares from Carousellers

Sixteen sellers from online marketplace app Carousell will sell their goods. One of Carousell's co-founders, Mr Quek Siu Rui, 28, will also take part in a question- and-answer (Q&A) session.

4. Hear what personalities and influencers have to say

Sit in on Q&A sessions with Woo Wai Leong, Masterchef Asia winner, dance duo ScRach Marcs Rachel Lee and Marcus Tan as well as yoga teacher Jasmine Chong.

5. Enjoy good music

Singer-songwriter Inch Chua has curated outdoor concerts for the event, featuring local musicians such as Beth Yap, better known as music act bittymacbeth, and singer- songwriters such as Jon Chan.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 26, 2016, with the headline 'Have a feast and enjoy music'. Print Edition | Subscribe