Rejoice, Coffee Addicts: The Singapore Coffee Festival is Happening on 3-6 August

Rejoice, Coffee Addicts: The Singapore Coffee Festival is Happening on 3-6 August

With over 100 top-notch vendors, the annual coffee festival is back to give you your best caffeine fix!

Calling all coffee addicts! After a sold-out crowd last year, the Singapore Coffee Festival is coming back!

The four-day event which will be held from 3-6 Aug 2017 at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre celebrates just about everything in the local coffee scene. From artisanal brews and speciality roasts to the humble but well-loved cup of Kopi O, the festival is a must-go for all coffee lovers!


Singapore Coffee Festival 2017


Marina Bay Cruise Centre


3-6 Aug 2017 (Thurs to Sun)

Note that the first day of the festival is for trade show participants. The event is open to the public from 4-6 August.


Brunch: 10am to 3.30pm
Sundown: 4.30pm to 10pm

Ticket Price:

Standard: $22
Straits Times subscribers:  $18
DBS/POSB exclusive:  $18
Group deal (4 or more): $18 each

Ticket sales for the public are divided into two sessions per day: the brunch session (10am to 3.30pm) and the sundown session (4.30pm to 10pm). Hopefully, this ticketing system, coupled with the much larger venue, will help prevent the overwhelming crowd that thronged the festival last year.

With over 100 unique cafes and restaurants, you can get your daily dose of caffeine from the finest grounds and freshest espresso pulls. The festival also holds exclusive workshops conducted by leading baristas where you can try your hand at latte art and coffee-making.

At the Lab Sessions – one of the festival’s highlights – coffee enthusiasts can attend intimate discussion panels to learn more about Singapore’s coffee culture and the art of coffee-making from the top dogs of the industry. Last year’s Lab Sessions covered topics like Curated Cupping – A Love Affair: H20 and Coffee, and Tips on Starting a Cafe and F&B Trends. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for this year!

Apart from the plethora of stalls and demonstrations, the event will also boast a line-up of amazing coffee-themed music performances by local artists. Get ready to soak in the festive spirit and celebrate with a cup (or more!) of our favourite beverage.

Mark your calendars now and get your tickets to the Singapore Coffee Festival before they sell out! More event details can be found here.

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Stephanie Lauw
Stephanie Lauw

Stephanie is an English literature and film student who has succumbed to the occupational hazard of over-analysing her favourite TV shows. She enjoys theatre and music, and dabbles with both by writing bad plays and experimenting with her band. Her current dream is to island hop the filming locations of all the seasons of Survivor.


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