SINGAPORE, April 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Get your drink game on from 4 to 13 May 2018 as Singapore Cocktail Festival (#SGCF2018) returns with a spirited 10-day calendar for attendees to "Taste, Learn and Play".
THE FESTIVAL VILLAGE
Kicking off the festival from 4 to 6 May 2018, this year's Festival Village will be located at Empress Lawn, bringing together over twenty-five participating local bars, twenty artisanal spirits brands and twelve international guest bartenders. In conjunction with the inaugural Asia's 50 Best Bars Awards, which will form part of the #SGCF2018 calendar, nine bars from last year's list will be part of the stellar line-up in the Festival Village. These include award-winning bartenders such as Jamie Rhind (The Bamboo Bar, Bangkok), Raka Ambarawan (The Night Rooster, Bali), Jericson Co and David Ong (The Curator Coffee & Cocktails, Manila), Paul Chan (Dr Fern's Gin Parlour, Hong Kong), and Lukas Kaufmann and Charmaine Thio (28 HongKong Street, Singapore).
The Festival Village will also include the adrenaline-pumping Asia Bar Battle, where regional bartending teams compete in a series of high-energy challenges; and a live music line-up featuring Resident DJs of CE LA VI. There will also be a gourmet Food Street featuring delicious bites from restaurants such as Ninja Bowl and Ninja Cut.
Festival Village tickets are now on sale and priced from $28 nett for one-day entry. For more ticketing information and full festival line-up, visit www.singaporecocktailfestival.com.
THE PASSPORT TO COCKTAIL CELEBRATIONS AROUND THE CITY
From 4 to 13 May 2018, attendees can purchase a Cocktail Passport for $15 nett at the Festival Village and enjoy festival deals happening across the best cocktail bars and restaurants in Singapore. Festival Village ticket holders will receive the Cocktail Passport for free. Participating venues include Blackwattle, Elixir Bar, Fat Prince, Loof, Nutmeg & Clove, Neon Pigeon, Operation Dagger, RedTail Bar, Smoke & Mirrors, and The Wall.
About Singapore Cocktail Festival
Singapore Cocktail Festival (SGCF) aims to position Singapore as a leading cocktail city in Asia, by offering a platform for knowledge and talent exchange while creating opportunities for engagement between consumers and the trade. The event showcases a calendar of immersive cocktail experiences and a multi-sensorial cocktail village. For more information, visit www.singaporecocktailfestival.com.