What's brewing at the Singapore Coffee Festival today

Charlie Lim performing at the Singapore Coffee Festival yesterday. Taking the stage today are other local acts like Jawn and iNCH.
Charlie Lim performing at the Singapore Coffee Festival yesterday. Taking the stage today are other local acts like Jawn and iNCH.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Music@SCF

Chill out to tunes by a stellar line-up of home-grown music acts curated by Singapore Coffee Festival creative director Daniel Boey. These performances are held in the F1 Pit Building, which is accessible only to ticket holders.

Where: Coffee Stage & Intimate Stage, Level 3, Food & Drinks Zone


• Intimate Stage

2pm: Lewis

3.30pm: Jaime Wong

6pm: Jawn

7.15pm: Dru Chen


Coffee Stage

2.45pm: iNCH

4.45pm: Take Two


ST Reading Room sessions

Get your burning questions on anything from property to politics answered by journalists from The Straits Times at these interactive sessions. They will be taking questions from the audience, and readers can send their questions to askST@sph.com.sg

Where: ST Reading Room, Level 3, Food & Drinks Zone

1pm: Opinion editor Chua Mui Hoong on Covering Politics In Singapore

2pm: Deputy editor Ignatius Low on Giving Up The Administrative Service To Become A Journalist

3pm: Senior correspondent Rohit Brijnath on The Sporting Life

4pm: Senior correspondent Goh Eng Yeow talks to DBS chief executive Piyush Gupta about Life, Work And Money

5pm: Travel writer Lee Siew Hua on Vacationing Like A Pro

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 11, 2016, with the headline 'What's brewing at the festival today'. Print Edition | Subscribe