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November’s Fairs and Festivals roundup

By inSing.com EditorEvents - 01 November 2010 9:00 AM

November’s Fairs and Festivals roundup

Fall is in the air, and we’re rushing headlong into the year-end festive season with a whole line-up of fairs and festivals, big and small!

We have a whole smorgasbord of events for you, whether you’re in the mood for Japanese anime, Latin salsa, Indian arts or more! If you’re in the mood for a spot of shopping, you’re in luck too!

Read on to find out the best in store in the way of November’s fairs and festivals.

 

EDITOR'S PICK

Lovers of anime and cosplay, your annual wait for the Anime Festival Asia is over as it returns bigger and better than ever! One of the most wildly anticipated showcases of Japanese pop culture, some of this year’s highlights include the I Love Anisong concert, anime showcase and maid and butler cafes. For a comprehensive preview, don’t miss out on our guide!

 PLUS!  Find out how you can WIN tickets to I Love Anisong!

The BMW World is also roaring into town with an impressive display of past, present and future vehicles in an exhibition that is unprecedented in Southeast Asia. Don't miss this if you're a lover of fine cars, bikes and some of the most cutting-edge innovative technology on the planet. For the highlights, don't miss our preview guide!

In the mood for some pre year-end shopping? Stock up on culture at the Affordable Art Fair, where you don’t have to pay an arm and a limb for that artwork you covet. For highlights, check out our preview. Also, inSing readers receive a special promotion on entry to the fair!

 

Gallery: BleachBox
Artist: Richard Heeps (Owner of the gallery)
Title of Artwork: Poolside II

 

Gallery: Cat Street Gallery
Artist: Rob & Nick Carter
Title of Artwork: Small Spectrum Circle

Giant electronics extravaganza SITEX also returns with bigger and better deals than ever, so be prepared to whip out that wallet and work your way through the crowds for some fantastic bargains.

November is also home to two holidays – Deepavali and Hari Raya Haji, ensuring we’ll be in a holiday mood way before the Christmas season. If you’re itching to be a part of the Deepavali festivities, we show you what not to miss. There’s also  Kalaa Utsavam – the Indian Arts Festival  coming up, so check out our guide to its highlights!

Lastly, don’t miss out on the annual Salsa Festival (preview)

 

Title image credits:
Gallery: Vue Privé
Artist: Mojoko
Title of Artwork: Tales from the Crypt 1