Couldn’t get your hands on tickets for Bruno Mars in May? Don’t be too disappointed! There’s a great lineup of acts and concerts in Singapore to look forward to this year, from pop queen Katy Perry to longstanding American rockers Fall Out Boy.
23 April: OneRepublic
They are back! Popular American rock band OneRepublic returns to Singapore for yet another concert after performing at last year’s F1 Grand Prix. Look forward to popular tracks such as “If I Lose myself”, “Counting Stars” and “Good Life”.
30 April: Fall Out Boy
American rock band Fall Out Boy has been doing its thing since 2001, and Singapore-based fans will relish their April show, which is bound to feature a mix of old favourites and tracks from latest album M A N I A.
2 May: 5 Seconds of Summer
Catch 5 Seconds of Summer this May at Capitol Theatre. It is their only stop in Asia on their 5SOS3 tour. The Aussie band spent the last year writing and recording their new album that is set to be released later this year.
3 May: Harry Styles
If you missed tickets to his show last year, here’s another chance to catch Harry Styles live, as he tours Singapore with special guest American indie rock band Warpaint. After debuting as a solo artist in May 2017, with a self-titled album that topped UK and US charts, the former One Direction star has pumped out hits such as “Sweet Creature” and “Sign of the Times”. This will be high on the list of concerts in Singapore for many!
4 May: Dua Lipa
Can’t stop grooving to “New Rules”? Catch Dua Lipa as she returns to town this May. A rising sensation, this young British star’s singles have reached top 10 in various countries such as the USA, Canada and Australia.
4 May: Squeeze
British new wave band Squeeze is currently recording the follow up to 2015’s critically acclaimed Cradle to the Grave, written as a soundtrack to Danny Baker’s BBC TV sitcom of the same name. Expect popular tracks like “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Tempted” to feature in their show in May.
8 May: Stereophonics
British rock band Stereophonics will be coming to Singapore this May. The group just released their latest album Scream Above The Sounds in October 2017. Known for their emphasis on songwriting and melody, the new album features creative sonic touches.
23 May: Kehlani
R&B songstress Kehlani will be in town for the first time, showcasing tracks from her debut album SweetSexySavage and other iconic hits. The singer and songwriter offers the straight truth about her life, pain, passion, love, triumph, and everything in between with collected calm and confidence.
31 May: H.E.R
American singer-songwriter H.E.R is bringing The Lights On Tour to town in May. At just 20, she already has two EPs under her belt. This young star will impress you with her smoky and soulful voice.
5 June: Air Supply
Popular soft rock duo Air Supply are heading to Singapore this June. Look forward to Russell Hitchcock’s soaring tenor voice and Graham Russell’s simple yet majestic songs.
7 June: Boyce Avenue
American YouTubers Boyce Avenue is back in town! Get ready to sing along to their original songs and cover hits including “One Life”, “Yellow” and “Find Me”.
12 June: Niall Horan
Another ex-One Directioner, Niall Horan will be in town in the middle of the year as part of his Flicker World Tour 2018. His successful solo career has seen singles such as “This Town” and “Slow Hands” reach platinum status.
15-16 June: Ultra Singapore 2018
Back for the third year, Ultra Singapore will be in Singapore this June. This year’s edition will be debuting the Worldwide Stage, straight from Miami. The unique arching open stage concept that domes over the audience is set to impress.
3 & 4 July: Celine Dion
You’ve got to chance to catch those powerful vocals live when Celine Dion comes to town this year! Her (first-ever) stop in Singapore is part of the Celine Dion Live 2018 Tour that will be bringing her all over Asia. Head to the Marina Bay Sands website for updates.
25 September: The Piano Guys
Look forward to The Piano Guys as they make their way to Singapore this September. The international YouTube stars have over 50 music videos, covering tracks such as One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful”, “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen and other pop hits.
2 October: Sam Smith
For one-night only, British singer Sam Smith will be performing live at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. He has been growing in popularity since his debut album Lonely Hour in 2014. His latest single “Too Good at Goodbyes” reached number one in the UK and number five on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Read on to check out what else is happening around town.