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Upcoming Concerts In Singapore To Look Out For

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1 of 21 Feb 1: Taeyeon Concert – The Unseen — in Singapore

One of K-pop’s most popular female solo artists and member of Girl’s Generation, Taeyeon, will be performing for the first time in Singapore. With soundtracks from dramas and movies like ‘Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo’ and ‘Hong Gil Dong’ under her belt, Korea's OST Queen is no stranger to the number one spot on music charts. The set list includes previous hits such as ‘Why’, as well as new songs like ‘Spark’ from her latest album ‘Purpose’.

Feb 1, from 5pm at Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Tickets from $168. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/taeyeon-2020

Photo: SMTOWN/Facebook

2 of 21 Feb 2-4: Spring 2020 Showcase

To celebrate the Year of the Rat, Resorts World Sentosa has, not one, not two, but three days of concerts and shows lined up. The Variety Concert features singers from China, Taiwan and Malaysia such as Michelle Hsieh, Zhuang Xue Zhong and Yuan Jin, as well as local Getai singers Liu Ling Ling, Marcus Chin, and Wang Lei. Drop by the Celebrity Tribute Show to see celebrity lookalikes Wang Shang, Mei Dong Sheng and Zhang Kai banter and charm with their memorable performances.

Feb 2-4, from 8pm at Resorts World Ballroom, 8 Sentosa Gateway, S098269. Tickets from $28. For more info, visit https://www.rwsentosa.com/en/shows-and-events/spring-2020-showcase.

Photo: Resorts World Sentosa

3 of 21 Feb 11: Pentatonix The World Tour Singapore 2020

Pentatonix made acapella covers way cooler than you could imagine, and now, the three-time Grammy award-winning acapella group will be back in Singapore to perform a mix of well-loved hits and their originals. Expect a night of classic Pentaonix songs like ‘Can’t Sleep Love’, and new music like their recently released arrangement of ‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight’ from The Lion King.

Feb 11, from 8pm at The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, S138617. Tickets from $108. For more info, visit https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/pentatonix0220

4 of 21 Feb 13: Stiff Little Fingers Live in Singapore

Punk lovers are in for a huge treat as legendary Irish band Stiff Little Fingers will be heading to our shores. Dubbed as one of the forefathers of punk rock, the band is known for their fast tempos and powerful guitar riffs, a sound which has been honed for over 40 years.

Feb 13, 8pm-9.30pm, The Pavilion @ Far East Square, 28 China St, #01-01 Far East Square, S049570. Tickets from $118. More info at https://www.lamcproductions.com/stifflittlefingers

5 of 21 Feb 15: NCT Dream Tour, The Dream Show

The teenage subunit of Korean boy group NCT (all six members are under 21), NCT Dream, will be performing on our shores for the first time. Getting their first music show win within six months of their career debut, the group has explored a range of genres, from bubble-gum pop to EDM. Expect nothing less than high-energy performances from the dreamy boys.

Feb 15, from 6pm at The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, S138617.. Tickets from $148. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/nctdream-2020

Photo: SMTOWN/Facebook

Back in the 80s, English band Spandau Ballet ruled with their new-wave music and soulful voices. Now, the group’s ex-frontman Tony Hadley bring the best of the 80’s back to our little island, performing some of the group’s greatest hits, as well as his solo releases. Feel the lurve as he performs winning tunes like ‘Gold’, ‘True’, ‘I’ll Fly For You’, and tracks from his latest album, Talking To The Moon.

Feb 16, 8pm, The Theatre at Mediacorp, 1 Stars Ave, S138507. Tickets from $128. More info at https://sistic.com.sg/events/tony0220

2 of 12 Feb 18: X Ambassadors The Orion Tour (CANCELLED!)

American rock band X Ambassadors will be playing their first-ever show in Singapore. The alt-rock trio, who counts Imagine Dragons among their fans, found success with their hits like ‘Unsteady’ and ‘Renegades’. The tour will see the group, which has written songs for the likes of Lizzo, Rihanna and Kanye West, perform their own tunes from theri latest release, Orion, like 'Boom', ‘Hey Child’ and ‘Gorgeous’.

Feb 18, from 8pm at Singapore Capitol Theatre, 11 Stamford Road, Capitol Piazza
S178884. Tickets priced at $118. For more info, visit
https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/x-ambassadors-2020 ​​​​​​​

Is Singapore about to get hotter now that 98 Degrees is coming to town? Most definitely. Get ready for a blast from the past because all members of the boyband (manband?) will be present on the same stage performing some of their classics, like their collab with Stevie Wonder on ‘True to Your Heart’ for Disney’s Mulan and scored a chart-topping single, ‘Thank God I Found You’ with Mariah Carey and Joe.

Feb 20, from 8pm at The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, S138617. Tickets from $128. For more info, visit https://www.lamcproductions.com/98degrees

Global K-pop group GOT7 will be back in Singapore for their newest 2020 World Tour, Keep Spinning. The seven-member group with members hailing from Thailand, South Korea, the United States of America, and Hong Kong, debuted in 2014, and gained attention with their choreography that comprises martial arts tricking and street dancing. These K-popsters have since earned multiple chart hits and music show wins, and this will be the group’s first ever arena show in Singapore.

Feb 22, from 6pm at Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Tickets from $168. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/got7-2020

Photo: Live Nation SG/Facebook

If you’re a fan of martial arts and K-pop, mark your calendars for this performance by Korean co-ed martial arts group K-Tigers Zero. Formed by K-Tigers, the group released their debut mini album ‘Joy, Anger, Sorrow, Pleasure’ in September 2019 so you can expect to see an exciting show of taekwondo, singing, dance, rap and choreography.

Feb 22, from 7pm at The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, S138617. Tickets from $58. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/ktigerszero-2020

11 of 21 Feb 29: AliAlive2020 Around World – Re:AliVE

Japanese rock band AliA will be performing for the first time on our shores. The six piece J-rock band debuted last July with their first mini album AliVe before releasing their second mini album just six months later. Now, they’re embarking on their first ever world tour where you can expect to jam along to songs like the up-tempo, 'Impulse', and title song of AliVe, 'Limit'.

Feb 29, from 6.30pm at Scape, The Ground Theatre, 2 Orchard Link, S237978. Tickets from $65. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/alia-2020

12 of 21 Mar 4: Singapore Rock Fest II: Scorpions and Whitesnake

Fans of old-school rock are about to have a field day - Singapore Rock Fest is back for its second edition, and this time, rock icons Scorpions and Whitesnake are headlining. Get ready to head bang to Scorpion’s hits like ‘Rock You Like A Hurricane’ and ‘Wind of Change’ and Whitesnake’s ‘Give Me All Your Love’, ‘Here I Go Again’ and more.

Mar 4, from 7pm, at Fort Canning Park, River Valley Road, Singapore 179037. Tickets from $168. For more info, visit https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/scorpionswhitesnake0320

Get your black nail polish and eyeliner ready because Green Day will be back for their first second Singapore concert after almost an entire decade. Relive the emo noughties with the American trio's classic hits like ‘Basket Case’, ‘Know Your Enemy’, as well as their latest single ‘Father Of All’. Mark your calendars, because you don’t know if you’ll have to wait another nine years for the Grammy winners to return.

Mar 8, Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Ticketing details to be announced.

Get ready to groove to iconic 80’s Norwegian band A-ha when they hit our shores for the first time. Guess what, Singapore is the only show in Southeast Asia. Make sure to catch the band who will be performing their biggest hits, including catchy tunes like ‘Take On Me’, ‘Crying in the Rain’ and ‘Stay on these Roads’. Stay after the concert for an after-party to keep the night of 80’s nostalgia going with DJs spinning retro hits from the era, themed activities and more.

Mar 21, from 7.30pm at the Singapore Turf Club (Kranji) Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078. Tickets from $148. More information at https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/aha0320.

15 of 21 Mar 22: Yungblud Twisted Tales of the Ritalin Club Tour

London-based artist Yungblud will be bringing his alternative rock and hip-hop tunes to Singapore this coming March. After gaining attention with his debut album ‘21st Century Liability’ in 2018, Yungblud also performed at leading festivals like Lollapalooza, Read and Leeds, and Vans Warped Tour.

Mar 22, from 7pm at The Pavilion @ Far East Square, 28 China St, #01-01, S049570. Tickets from $108. For more info, visit https://www.livenation.sg/show/1296392/yungblud-twisted-tales-of-the-ritalin-club-tour-singapore/Singapore/2020-03-22/en

Four-man Indie rock band Hyukoh will be back in Singapore to provide chill and catchy tunes this coming March. With a unique sound and message of youth in their music, the Korean band has conquered festivals like Coachella, Lowlands and Pukkelpop.

Mar 23, from 6pm at Sands Expo and Convention Centre hall F, Level B2, 10 Bayfront Ave, S018956. Tickets from $128. For more info, visit https://www.marinabaysands.com/entertainment/events/hyukoh.html

Photo: Hyukoh/Facebook

Multi platinum-selling singer-songwriter Khalid will be dropping by Singapore as part of his headline tour. With multi Grammy Award nominations and American Music Awards under his belt, the 21-year-old American wunderkind is set to serenade fans with songs from his new album like, ‘Up All Night’, and his debut single, ‘Location’.

Mar 26, from 8pm at Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Tickets from $98. For more info, visit https://www.sportshub.com.sg/Khalid

Photo: Khalid/Facebook

This may just be Singapore's answer to Coachella. Headlined by A$AP Rocky, Rita Ora, DJ Snake, Gucci Mane and homegrown artistes like Myrne, what's touted as the region's first multi-genre festival will take place over two weekends at multi-stages at the sprawling Gardens by the Bay.

Apr 10-11 & 17-18, from 4.30pm at The Meadow at Gardens by the Bay, 31 Marina Park Singapore 019191. Tickets from $138. More information at www.hydeout.sg

If you didn’t get enough of Jam Hsiao back in 2018, or you missed your chance, the Taiwanese singer and actor is back just after 2 years to captivate his fans. Playing a huge role in the creative aspect of his show production, from stage and prop designs to music arrangement, feel Jam Hsiao’s passion as you bop along to his classic hits, ‘Princess’, ‘New Endless Love’, ‘A Love Song For You’ and many more!

April 18, from 8pm at Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Tickets from $118. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/jamhsiao-2020

Photo: Live Nation SG/Facebook

20 of 21 May 1-2: One Love Asia Festival

The first ever One Love Asia Festival boasts 15 stellar international and regional artists performing over a two-day festival. Prepare to enjoy full 30 to 45 minute sets from international artistes such as Jolin Tsai, BoA, Goo Goo Dolls, as well as homegrown talents, ShiGGa Shay and THELIONCITYBOY. The festival will also offer and array of activities and food for those who need to refuel.

May 1-2, from 2pm at Bayfront Event Space Singapore, 12A Bayfront Ave, S018970. Tickets from $88. For more info, visit http://oneloveasiafestival.com/

Photo: IMC Live Global

21 of 21 Aug 30: Mayday 2020 Just Rock It!!! BLUE In Singapore

If you’re a fan of Mandopop veterans Mayday, get your light sticks ready as the 21-year-old group will be stopping in Singapore for their latest tour. With nine studio albums that received recognition at the prestigious Golden Melody Awards, the five-piece band will be performing their old school hits from the early 2000s, as well as their latest songs.

Aug 30, from 7.30pm at Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, S397691. Tickets from $108. For more info, visit https://www.apactix.com/events/detail/mayday-2020

Photo: Live Nation SG/Facebook

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