Located underneath a bridge (well, a viaduct structure to be exact), the Rail Corridor Art Space is certainly one of the most unique event spaces in Singapore at the moment, which is probably why it has become such a hotspot for parties lately. Crews like Good Times, Singapura Dub Club and Sideshow have all held guerrila-style pop-up events there, hosting a variety of street art and musical acts (ranging from funk to hip-hop to reggae) over the last year or so.
From what we hear though, the venue will be closing down for a short bit to accommodate upgrading works - but before then, there'll be one last shindig for the road! National Arts Council’s Noise Singapore and Lush 99.5FM’s Lush Loves Local initiatives will be teaming up to present a temporary goodbye party called Rail Collidoscope this Saturday, and it promises to be a really fun one.
Lush's own Vanessa Fernandez will be hosting the daytime event, which will be featuring live street art jams (curated by street art crew RSCLS) alongside an amazing line-up of local music acts. Lasting from noon to 6pm, attendees will be treated to singer-songwriter performances from standouts like Joie Tan, JAWN and Jaime Wong before Syndicate DJs Darren Dubwise and Intriguant take to the decks in the evening.
Noise Singapore and Lush 99.5FM present Rail Collidoscope on 19 March, 12pm - 6pm, at The Rail Corridor Art Space.