Being the foodies and night owls that we are, Singaporeans are always on the lookout for late-night restaurants and watering holes to have supper at and wind down from a long day of work. The latest addition to the local nightlife scene is Overflow which has set up camp in Changi Airport. Located next to Hub & Spoke, the bar is an extension to the café and shares the same beautiful nature surroundings, making it a cosy and relaxing hideout for some drinks and delicious bites on your night out!
Here are five things to look forward to when visiting Changi Airport’s first alfresco bar with live music.
1. Chill among the stars and greenery
Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the city, chill out and have a drink at Overflow as you enjoy the greenery and cool evening breeze of the outdoors. If you prefer to be near where the music is, indoor and bar counter seating are available too! The warm lighting and striking neon lights from the stage sets the mood for hearty conversations and a good time. Whether you are seated inside or outside, you are sure to get a good view of the music performance to complement your time there!
2. A drink for every occasion
Overflow boasts a good selection of alcoholic drinks that caters to all tastes and preferences. Drinking with your mates? Go for a 3-litre Asahi Beer Tower. Or go for its list of fine wines and spirits, if you’re looking for variety. For the adventurous, look forward to specialty cocktails and Overflow's very own collection of rare spirits that will be available from end-April.
Pro-tip: Head there earlier to enjoy happy hour prices from 3:00pm to 7:00pm with final bar orders by 11:30pm.
3. Bar bites and local delights
It’s almost impossible to drink without having some snacks on the side. Besides the usual Truffle Fries, go for elevated dishes like its Surf & Turf Potato Dippers where crispy potato wedges are served with a luxurious truffle crab meat dip! Not exciting enough? Consider trying some Swalty (sweet and salty) Pork Sliders. They are filled with rich Nutella sauce, sauteéd onions and banana slices – talk about having the best of both worlds!
And soon, you’ll be spoilt for choice with handmade pizzas added to the menu.
Here’s a plus point – If you’re craving for local soul food, order a warm, comforting bowl of laksa or other local delights from its neighbouring Hub & Spoke café! It also carries a variety of Western and Asian mains to satisfy any craving.
Local delights from Hub & Spoke: 8:00pm
Western mains from Hub & Spoke: 9:30pm
Bar bites from Overflow: 11:00pm
4. Enjoy live music by local bands every evening
A key highlight of Overflow is the live music performance by local bands. Enjoy popular songs that will make you want to sing your hearts out! Here are some familiar bands and song genres to look forward to when you visit.
Band line-up might be refreshed from time to time, so do check our website for the latest information.
Performing top 40s English and Mandarin Pop is the trio group, D.A.S. The band is fronted by singer-songwriter, Ariane Goh together with Daniel on vocals and the keyboard, as well as Shawn on the drums.
You might have watched Little Band perform at other notable live music venues over the years. Awarded as one of the Best Live Bands in Singapore in 2022, you can catch this multilingual group performing hits from the 80s to current top 40s hits.
Felicia x Long Jam Band
Covering a wide range of top radio hits, Felicia x Long Jam Band have long been a crowd favourite thanks to their entertaining performances and ability to engage their audience. Lead by vocalists Stanley Neo and Felicia Kusumo with KC Lau on the electric guitar and Mark on the drums, you’ll quickly find yourself being drawn into their music and humour.
Alex Chia & Pandora
Look forward to singer, Alex Chia, famously known for working closely with Paul Wong from hit band, Beyond. Together with local band Pandora, they perform hit Mandarin songs as well a variety of popular Cantonese and Hokkien songs that audience of all ages will have a good time singing along to.
Formed as an offshoot from Mandopop band, Voices, MANIFEST has since gained a large following of their own within Singapore and internationally. The group consists of vocalist, Jeremy Teng from Mediacorp Campus Superstar 2009, percussionist, Geling on the drums, self-taught pianist turned music director, Marcus Sim on the keyboard, and Boo Ming Hui on the electric guitar. Catch them performing songs of various genres and languages that’ll keep you entertained through the night.
Live band performance hours
Different acts will sing crowd favourites from 8:00pm on Tuesdays to Thursdays, and 8:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
5. Promos not to be missed
If you need more reasons to visit Overflow, check out its promotions. Enjoy a pint of Asahi Super Dry beer from S$5, increasing only by a dollar each hour from 3:00pm to 7:00pm; or get a bucket of three Sojus for S$43 – talk about a steal! On top of that, for every spend of S$50 between 7:00pm and 11:00pm, enjoy 2 hours of complimentary parking.
*Please do not drive under the influence of alcohol. You can easily book a ride from Hub & Spoke after drinks.
Enough said – if you’re looking for a lively spot to let your hair down with some live music and a great selection of food and drinks, gather your friends and visit Overflow at Hub & Spoke!
Bar Opening hours (from 17 April)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 2:00pm to 12:00am
Friday and Saturday: 2:00pm to 1:00am
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