YouTube sensation – The Piano Guys – returns with their signature classical take on mainstream pop tunes. Along with Jon Schmidt on piano and Steven Sharp Nelson on cello, videographer Paul Anderson and producer Al van der Beek make up the team behind the successful series of self-made videos which have garnered over one billion views since 2009.
It's time to stock up on tissue guys and girls – Grammy award-winning artist Sam Smith is bringing his The Thrill of It All World Tour to our shores. The concert will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and it's guaranteed to be a tear jerker with songs like Too Good At Goodbyes and Burning, the most personal song he's ever written, on the setlist.
The original line-up of British-Norwegian boyband A1 reunites for their 20th-anniversary tour. Stopping by Singapore, the foursome will be delighting old-time fans at the MES Theatre with a string of hits including Like A Rose, Same Old Brand New You, and the noughties' cover of A-Ha’s Take On Me.
The UK's rising princess of pop is dropping by for a special one-off show in Singapore. Her solo releases and collaborations have achieved so much success in the past years post-Rudimental, and it's all due to her knack for seamlessly fusing a variety of genres from infectious pop and dance to electronica and ballads. Expect an energetic performance set to the tracklist of her album Speak Your Mind, including chart-toppers like Alarm, Ciao Adios and 2002, as well as hard-hitting collaborations like Friends with Marshmello, Rockabye with Clean Bandit and Sean Paul, and Don't Leave Me Alone with David Guetta.
Guess who’s back? Mr. A-Z himself stops by for a night of acoustic medley, armed with new and old tracks like I’m Yours, The Remedy (I Won’t Worry) and Love Someone. As part of the final edition of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore, this marks the singer's only stop in Asia this year.
If his rendition of Robyn's Dancing On My Own moved you beyond the original, get ready for a heart-warming performance by this Britain's Got Talent alumnus. Calum Scott is taking the stage with his captivating, soulful vocals as he croons over cathartic and emotional ballads from his debut studio album Only Human. Along with the uplifting duet with Leona Lewis, You Are The Reason, catch the singer belt out to Hotel Room and Rhythm Inside, amongst others.
This Grammy award-winning American pop diva needs no introduction – feast your eyes (and ears) on her sultry hits from her decades of music-making. Making her return four years after her last performance in the city, the vocal powerhouse is performing for one night only at The Star Theatre. Get ready to sing your heart out to classics like We Belong Together and Always Be My Baby.
A household name in the EDM scene, Norwegian DJ Kygo (real name Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll) is turning up the heat and setting the stage ablaze for his debut headline concert in Singapore. As part of the Kids in Love tour, the electronic artist is serving hits like Firestone, Stargazing and Born to be Yours, setting your body in motion at the initial sound. Joining him on-stage is special guest Frank Walker.
One of music’s freshest young stars is bringing his American Teen soundtrack to our location. The R&B wunderkind is set to perform his infectious, soul-laced pop anthems off his debut album including Location and Young Dumb and Broke, as well as gold collaborations such Love Lies with Fifth Harmony’s Normani, Lovely with Billie Eilish, OTW with Ty Dolla Sign and 6lack. Here’s also wishing for more recent collaborative tracks like Youth with Shawn Mendes and Oceans with Martin Garrix to be served up hot on-stage. Nothing like working up a sweat swaying and dancing to this young El Paso breakout euphoric beats, captivating melodies and hypnotising vocals.
Calling all jazz and bossa nova fans – save your night for a romantic jazz performance by world-renowned saxophonist Kenny G. The Grammy-award winner's long-awaited return sees the interpretation of his latest album The Brazilian Nights. Having had earned a solid rep as one of the world's best saxophonists, strap in for a captivating show this November.
YouTube singing sensation Charlie Puth took the world by storm when he covered Adele's Someone Like You on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Now, the chart-topper is making his way to Singapore as part of his world tour, treating fans to a show that showcases his bold new direction as apparent in his latest release Voicenotes, but not forgetting catchy pop collaborations like Marvin Gaye with Meghan Trainor and See You Again with Wiz Khalifa.
Come 21 November, you'll be begging to Take Me Out. Set to bring an electrifying show to our shores, the Scottish indie stalwarts are showing no signs of slowing down. Catch the rambunctious vibes of Alex Kapranos and gang as they punch their way through a disco-punk setlist, filled with hits from their self-titled debut to their 2018 release Always Ascending. Trust us, their groovy baselines and guitar riffs will wreck havoc (the good kind) on the dancefloor. Whether Kapranos' return is motivated by our local fare (as raved in his book Sound Bites), or treating long-time, ardent fans to an explosive performance, a Franz Ferdinand gig is mandatory in our books.
He tells you to call out (his) name, and now he finally hears you – The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) is playing in Singapore on December 5 as part of his first Asia tour. If his Singapore show is anything like his fiery international tour filled with stunning visuals and an explosive setlist (and special guests!), expect a slick concert where you'll be screaming along to sultry hits like The Hills, Can't Feel My Face, I Feel it Coming and Call Out My Name from his latest EP My Dear Melancholy. Details such as the concert venues and ticket sales have yet to be released, but with the Canadian R&B sensation's legion of lovesick fans, expect a massive queue for tickets (we recommend camping out for them). Stay tuned.