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ARTBOX Is Back In Jan 2024 With Over 100 F&B Stalls

6th November 2023

ARTBOX 2024 returns in January 

Great news for food festival fans: the beloved Thai food festival, ARTBOX, is returning to Singapore for a 2024 edition, held over two weekends in January and February next year, at the Singapore EXPO’s Hall 2.

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For those who aren’t super familiar with ARTBOX, here’s the lowdown: ARTBOX is Singapore’s largest all-day and night festival that encompasses a few concepts, including a street food market, shopping booths, arts and crafts retailers, carnival-style game stalls, and live performances. 

Artbox Singapore 2019 Big Big Fries Mentaiko

The food is naturally a major highlight. Not much has been released yet when it comes to ARTBOX 2024, but we do know that it’ll be held from 26 January to 28 January, and 2 February to 4 February.

artbox hotpot cup

While this year’s edition sported over 300 kiosks, including food stalls from renowned Thai eateries, the next iteration of ARTBOX is going regional, and bringing with it cuisines from all over Asia—Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and more.

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ARTBOX typically has a fair few trendy local F&B vendors set up shop on-site. The previous iteration spotlighted eateries such as tandoori burger specialists Mahmud’s Tandoor, popular local bakery Whiskdom, up-and-coming ramen joint Ramen Shiba, and an all-new No Time Hot Pot concept by food delivery service, Homely Pot. Here’s hoping we see more local eateries join the ARTBOX 2024 line-up too.

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ARTBOX is unfortunately not a festival where entry is free. We’re not sure how much this year’s event will cost, but last year, a single weekday ticket was priced at $5, while weekends were priced at $6. Season passes for all event days and group passes were also available. 

We’ll update this post with more information once we receive it.

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For more food news in Singapore, check out our Hundred Grams review, where we check out Singapore’s first pay-by-weight cai png cafe. We also have a line-up of all the new restaurants to check out this November, for more novel dining experiences.

Address: 1 Expo Drive, Hall 2, Singapore 486150
Opening hours: TBD

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