There’s a great lineup of acts and concerts in Singapore to look forward to, from the U2 to Green Day. Check out our list below so you don’t miss out!
16 November: Why Don’t We
Why Don’t We will be bringing their 8 Letters Tour to Singapore in November. The popular American boy band was formed in 2016, with members Zach Herron, Jack Avery, Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson and Jonah Marais coming together in LA.
23 to 24 November: Neon Lights
Back for its 4th edition in November, this music festival will feature workshops and amazing music by popular bands and artists such as Mumford & Sons, Clean Bandit, Halsey and Honne.
30 November: U2
U2 is making its way to Singapore for its first ever performance on the island. The Joshua Tree Tour will bring the Irish rockers to Australia and New Zealand, before making stops in Asia, including Japan and Korea.
7 Dec: The Alex Blake Charlie Sessions
For its inaugural edition, the music event will be celebrating female artists. Expect more than a dozen acts at the show, with many making their Singapore debuts.
11 January 2020: Lewis Capaldi
This January, Lewis Capaldi will be performing in Singapore for the first time. The young Scottish singer has toured with big names such as Sam Smith, Niall Horan and Rag’n’Bone Man.
13 February 2020: Stiff Little Fingers
Punk band Stiff Little Fingers is making their way to Singapore. The group’s debut album Inflammable Material celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.
16 February 2020: Tony Hadley
Singer-songwriter Tony Hadley will be performing for one-night only in February. The ex-lead singer of 80s band Spandau Ballet will be taking fans through the band’s hits such as “I’ll Fly For You” and “Through The Barricades”, as well as tunes from new album Talking to the Moon.
18 February 2020: X Ambassadors
As part of The Orion Tour, catch the X Ambassadors live in Singapore in February. The American rock band is made of vocalist Sam Harris, keyboardist Casey Harris and drummer Adam Levin.
20 February 2020: 98°
Performing for the first time as a full band in Singapore, 98° will be performing live in February. Sing along to nostalgic tunes such as “I Do (Cherish You)” and “The Hardest Thing”.
8 March 2020: Green Day
Back in town after 10 years, American band Green Day will be making a stop in Singapore in March as part of a global stadium tour. The Grammy Award-winning rockers are releasing their new album Father Of All in February.
19 to 20 March 2020: Lea Salonga
Witness the powerful vocals of Lea Salonga this March! She’ll be performing songs from Broadway musicals, films and Disney.
Read on to check out what else is happening around town.