Here’s What To Expect from the Singapore Coffee Festival

Caffeine aficionados have a reason to rejoice with the return of Singapore’s biggest coffee fest. To be held at the Marina Bay Cruise Center from August 3 to 6, the second edition of the event features as many as 100 exhibitors selling their finely brewed cuppa, including Arbite, Stellar M, Roasted in Japan, and Common Man Coffee Roasters.


Baristas will lead workshops on different topics such as specialty coffee 101, professional coffee brewing, and concocting caffeine-infused cocktails from the comfort of one’s home. Other activities include competitions, storytelling sessions for kids, and musical performances by independent artists.  

According to organizers, last year drew 24,000 attendees in four days, which was held at the city’s F1 Pit Stop. Some participants complained about the lack of coordination and crowd control during the event’s first edition.

Standard tickets are available for US$16 but children under the age of 12 can enter for free.

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