Fringe activities

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FOOD AND DRINKS AT CHOW HOUSE

Vendors from The Local People, a collective of home-grown designers and entrepreneurs, will set up food and retail stalls.

Expect non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks from Citizen Pop ($5 to $15), Fika's popular Swedish Meatballs ($10) and dishes from Fu Lin Bar And Kitchen, such as its Signature Fried Yong Tofu ($5) and Homemade Chicken Karage with sauce ($7).

Other yummy food include Pince & Pints Lobster Roll ($29); Park Bench Deli's PBD Style Poutine With Shoestring French Fries, mozzarella cheese, beef gravy and fresh herbs ($10); and The Quarter's Salted Egg Yolk Fries ($6).

Artichoke and 5th Quarter have also teamed up exclusively to offer creations such as Pork Sausage Sizzle with truffle onions, bacon relish and slaw ($10).


MERCHANDISE AT SHOP HOUSE

Festivalgoers at the regatta can shop for accessories (photo) from Supernacular, illustrations from Honey And Gazelle, stickers from Troops On Print and cosmetics from Faux Fayc. Prices range from $5 for a sticker pack to $188 for an Airmock, a free-standing hammock.

The Local People will also be holding a grab bag promotion where you pay $10 via DBS Paylah! for a chance to win a grab bag containing more than $100 worth of merchandise.


MUSIC AT SOUND HOUSE

Musicians from Noise Singapore will be holding a concert at the pop-up beach each night from 7pm. Tomorrow 7pm: The Neptune Waves, an indie rock quartet 8pm: Singer-songwriter Inch Chua Sunday 7pm: Soul-pop singer Linying 8pm: Stopgap, an alternative rock quintet June 4 7pm: The MadHatter Project, a four-piece cover band 8pm: Post-acoustic band HubbaBubbas June 5 7pm: Grand finale with dragon boat race prize presentation and fireworks display 8.15pm: Take Two, an indie pop-rock band

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 27, 2016, with the headline 'Fringe activities'. Print Edition | Subscribe