Ice Cream Sundays and Darker Than Wax present… Open Door!
This Chinese New Year weekend, the ICS and DTW crews are joining forces once again with the fourth edition of our Open Door collaboration series. This time, we’re taking over a truly one-of-a-kind venue – a former ship repairs factory – for a party experience you simply won’t want to miss.
With an all-star lineup of ICS and DTW DJs, you’ll be treated to a soundtrack that traverses the global dance music spectrum, from Afrobeat to Asian funk, Brazilian boogie, Chicago house and more. Dance among large-scale art installations presented by the Singapore Arts Club, while treating yourself to food and drinks from our pop-up bar and on-site food vendors.
Built in an era before Singapore reclaimed much of the land along its southern coast, the former ship repairs factory in the heart of Jalan Basar is a true marker of Singapore’s past, and one of the island’s best-kept secrets. With its sprawling concrete floor, towering ceilings, and wide open feel, it’s the type of venue party promoters dream of and we can’t wait for you to be a part of it.
Daryl Knows (DTW)
FUNK BSTRD (DTW)
Muto Masashi (ICS)
William J (DTW)
ART & VISUALS
Singapore Arts Club presents TWENTY TWENTY, an art pop-up at 2 Cavan Road this January. The group exhibition ‘Strange Things’, which includes large scale art installations by artists including Dawn Ng (Singapore) and Tuan Mami (Vietnam), will serve as an immersive and otherworldly backdrop for our Open Door collaboration.
FOOD & DRINKS
Our pop-up bar will offer a range of high quality spirits, wine, and Lion Brewery Co beers at an affordable price. Popbar SG will be serving their delicious customizable gelato popsicles, while on-site food vendors will be providing your fuel for the evening.