School’s out and it’s finally time to relax before the start of the next school term. No more late-night cram sessions – take a break from your timetable and chill out with the gang at these fun events this June holiday!

31 May to 2 June: DBS Marina Regatta 2019

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Get hyped for an adrenaline-pumping weekend that’s filled with cheers, delicious food and good company at DBS Marina Regatta. From participating in Singapore’s largest outdoor challenge-fuelled eco maze to enjoying a feast made up of Insta-worthy hawker fare, there’s an exciting line-up of activities perfect for everyone of any age!

Admission is free, visit DBS Marina Regatta 2019 for more information.

31 May to 14 July: Rose Romance Floral Display

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Ever wondered what it’s like to stroll through an European garden filled with over 40 varieties of roses? In the next installment of floral displays at Gardens by the Bay, you can literally stop to smell the roses – in classic hues of red, pink, orange, yellow and white – as well as meet some unique breeds rarely seen in our side of the world such as Roald Dahl, a peach-coloured rose aptly named after the famed English author and inspired by his well-loved novel, James and the Giant Peach.

Tickets from $12, visit Gardens by the Bay for more information.

1 June to 15 September: From Singapore to Singaporean – The Bicentennial Experience

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In a one-of-a-kind showcase as part of Singapore’s Bicentennial, this multi-sensory experience takes you back to the early days of our country in the 1200s and how it progresses through 700 years to the flourishing nation we are today. If this is a topic that piques your interest, you can also explore Singapore’s evolution from past to present through interactive pavilions within the greenery of Fort Gate.

Admission is free (ticket is required for entry), visit The Bicentennial Experience for more information.

5 to 9 June: ciNE65 Festival 2019

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If mainstream Hollywood films are not your thing, here’s an alternative festival for you to explore. With the aim to capture the Singaporean identity, budding homegrown filmmakers have been encouraged to take part in this local film fest to share their sentiments through their own short films. In this first-ever edition of ciNE65, you’re invited to attend free film screenings of this year’s entries – with a chance to win attractive prizes when you vote for your favourite film.

Admission is free, visit ciNE65 SG for more information.

6 to 9 June: RWS Summer Matsuri

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Are you a fan of Japanese culture? You’re in luck: RWS is set to host their inaugural Summer Matsuri with an array of exclusive Japanese gourmet delights alongside free film screenings and cultural performances. With over 38 Japanese dishes to indulge in – which include savoury snacks and sweet treats – it’s best that you come with an empty stomach!

Admission is free, visit Resorts World Sentosa for more information.

8 to 9 June: Ultra Singapore

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Back for the fourth year running, ULTRA Singapore is the nation’s most highly-anticipated dance music festival which sees top international musicians and DJs play a electrifying mix of EDM, deep house and techno. Expect to see EDM heavyweights Martin Garrix, Porter Robinson and Skrillex spin tracks that are sure to get all dance fanatics raving to the beat.

Tickets from $158, visit Ultra Singapore for more information.

9 June: Jeong Eun Ji 1st Singapore Concert

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Since her debut as the powerhouse vocalist of K-pop girl group Apink, Jeong Eun Ji has made her name for herself as a soloist with three mini albums under her belt. After holding her first overseas concert in Japan last year, the talented songstress is ready to meet her local fans at her upcoming solo concert in Singapore. What’s more, 500 VIP ticket holders will also get a chance to attend a special sound check session before the show!

Tickets from $118, visit APACTIX for more information.

15 to 30 June: Children’s Festival

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You’re never too old for a bit of Disney magic! Held in collaboration with the upcoming Disney Pixar’s Toy Story 4, Gardens by the Bay invites you to soak in some feel-good fun at the Children’s Festival 2019. See the Supertree Grove transform into a colourful carnival filled with games and activities inspired by the familiar characters from the film franchise. While you’re having fun on the ground, don’t forget to look up to the towering Supertrees where a 1.5-metre wide marble will make its way along the 150-metre Toy Story 4-themed marble run track twice every hour!

Admission is free, visit Gardens by the Bay for more information.

16 June: The Boyz Asia Fan-Con [The Castle] in Singapore 2019

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In their first ever Asia tour, K-pop boy band The Boyz is set to make a stop in Singapore for an intimate fanmeet session while presenting a few performances as a treat. All ticket holders are also guaranteed an exclusive tour photo card set consisting of 13 photos as well as an official tour poster!

Tickets from $118, visit APACTIX for more information.

22 June: Whabby! Music Carnival

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Featuring a spectacular line-up of homegrown talents such as rapper Axel Brizzy and Evanturetime at its debut music festival, global online community WHABBY! is ready to fill your day with great live music, art performances and festival grub, in addition to a village market showcasing the works of local crafters.

Admission is free (ticket is required for entry), visit WHABBY! Music Carnival for more information.

22 June to 28 July: Read! Fest 2019

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It’s always nice to curl up with a good book, don’t you think? In the sixth installment of Read! Fest, embark on the theme of Voyage as you discover alternative forms of reading through space and time.

Admission is free, visit National Reading Movement for more information.

22 June to 1 September: M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play

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Organised by bilingual theatre company The Theatre Practice, the sophomore edition of the M1 Patch! festival will now take place across the span of three months – boasting a diverse series of programmes including immersive workshops, interactive arts installation as well as varying concepts of play performances.

Tickets from $8, visit The Theatre Practice for more information.

Which of these events will you be attending this June? Let us know in the comments below!

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