You may know Ezra Miller from films like The Perks of Being a Wallflower and the Fantastic Beasts series, but do you know his band? Along with Josh Aubin and Lilah Larson, the trio make up Sons Of An Illustrious Father. The band taps into punk, folk, raw and elemental which can only be summed up as "genre-queer".
The Grammy Award-winner is set to dominate the stage at the National Stadium for one night only. Expect a Perfect night as the Brit megastar charms his legion of fans with his trusty acoustic guitar and soulful vocals while crooning over folk-influenced (and a hybrid of mainstream pop and R&B) tunes from his latest studio album Divide, as well as all-time favourites from previous releases Plus and Multiply. Sing to chart-topping hits like Thinking Out Loud, Shape of You, Castle on the Hill and Galway Girl.
Brilliantly merging the sounds of pop, folk, new wave and punk, The Proclaimers' discography consists of timeless songs that capture a gamut of human emotions loaded with poignancy, emotional honesty, political fire and wit. Sing along to the global anthem I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles), as well as I'm On My Way and Let's Get Married, as the Scottish music duo returns for another headlining set this April.
The Florida-based pop-punk outfit are armed with a new album Black Lines, and they're returning to Singapore for another night filled with rocking and fist-pumping music. Expect to hear the band perform their brand new songs like Letting Go and Let's Be Honest, as well as all their greatest hits.
Australia's rising prince of pop is dropping by the Lion City for a headlining show following the release of his critically acclaimed second album Bloom. His biggest headline Asia tour to date, Troye Sivan is set to get bodies moving at The Star Theatre on May 3 with infectious upbeat tracks like My My My!, Youth, Bloom and the recent single 1999 with Charli XCX.
Jazz up your Saturday night with the sweet, smooth sounds of Kamaal Williams (aka Henry Wu). One half of London-based jazz group Yussef Kamaal, the genre-bending keyboardist is known to push the envelope by seamlessly blending broken beats with UK garage, hip-hop, funk, soul and jazz. Catch him perform experimental fusion tracks fresh off his solo debut The Return for one night only at Kilo Lounge.
Mask off – Atlanta’s hip-hop trailblazer Future is spitting fire bars and flexing his signature vocal style at Zepp@BigBox in support of his seventh studio album The Wizrd. The Grammy-award winner is no stranger to the charts with hits like King’s Dead with Kendrick Lamar and Jumpman with Drake.
Pop singer and producer Lauv returns to Singapore as part of an extensive world tour. So extensive, it's running for two nights at the Capitol Theatre. And due to the high demand, it's no surprise tickets are all sold out. Bringing his flair for pop-laced summer anthems such as the chart-topping single There's No Way featuring Julia Michaels and I Like Me Better, expect a night of music euphoria with a pair of your best dancing shoes on.
Guess who’s back? If catching Mr. A-Z himself at the final edition of the WTA Finals wasn't enough, secure your tickets as he takes the Good Vibes Tour back to our shores for another night of acoustic folk-pop medley, armed with new and old tracks like I’m Yours, The Remedy (I Won’t Worry) and Love Someone.
Skip the English Breakfast and go straight for Japanese Breakfast. Under the alias of Japanese Breakfast (real name Michelle Zauner), the Korean-American indie darling is taking the Singapore stage for the very first time. Bop along to catchy tunes off her latest album Soft Sounds From Another Planet and her acclaimed debut Psychopomp like Boyish, Everybody Wants to Love You, and more.
Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit returns to Singapore as part of Esplanade's Mosaic Music Series. In support of his upcoming new album, the neo-folk crooner is set to play his acoustic-driven setlist featuring breakthrough singles such as Lover Boy and Long Gone. Let him set the mood as he demonstrates a fusion of various genres, especially neo-soul.
You know Norwegian artist Jakob Ogawa is having a moment the minute he stole hearts all around the world with breakthrough single All Your Love. And it's all upwards for the lo-fi bedroom pop singer after the release of his critically-acclaimed debut EP Bedroom Tapes. From the bedroom to The Pavillion, lose yourself to the soothing sounds of Jakob Ogawa's soft, smooth vocal flow.
Aussie indie band Last Dinosaurs are finally making their highly-anticipated return since their standout Singapore debut in 2013. The Brisbane native is back with their third studio album – Yumeno Garden – a follow-up to their acclaimed releases A Million Years and Wellness. With singles like Eleven, expect a good mash of energetic drums and guitar-driven tracks that will make you want to dance all night long at the EBX Live Space.
Feel good from sunrise to sunset at this mega beachside wellness and music jamboree. Kickstart the day with a run and some yoga sessions before getting down to disco when the sun sets. Dance to the electrifying sounds award-winning Belgian DJ, Lost Frequencies, UK hitmakers, Rudimental, and pop darling Nina Nesbitt.
K-Pop fans, go K-razy – the highly anticipated K-Pop festival returns to Singapore Indoor Stadium with headliners Super Junior, Monsta X, Nu’est and Winner. New this year is HallyuTown, where fans can indulge in K-Food, K-Beauty and K-lifestyle, as well as fangirl and stan their K-pop idols at the dedicated Fan Support area.
Remember the heartthrob of your teenage years? Turn your fangirl mode on as Jesse McCartney heads our way for his debut Singapore headliner. The pop crooner first charmed fans with his boyish vocals and catchy hits like Beautiful Soul, Just So You Know, Leavin' and Shake. But on top of a night of throwbacks, don't miss JMac showcase his latest single Wasted. Tickets are available from April 12 at Apactix.
Get the best of both worlds with Yaeji's discography as she cleverly fuses elements of house music and hip-hop with soft, whispery vocals delivered in both Korean and English. The NY-based electronic artist also uses her music to narrate her experiences growing up in a multicultural environment through her lyrics which touch on everything from cultural identity and personal reflection to skincare and make-up routines.
Are you ready to follow Death Cab for Cutie into the dark? As part of the Mosaic Music Series, the American indie-rock band returns to Esplanade Theatre to reignite those teenage kicks on July 25. Let frontman Ben Gibbard and co. take you back to a poster-covered bedroom with all their greatest hits like I Will Possess Your Heart, Soul Meets Body and Transatlanticism, as well as singles like Gold Rush and Northern Lights fresh off the latest studio album Thank You For Today.
LA-based dream-pop trio Lany returns with more atmospheric synths. Their breakout online hit ILYSB garnered over 14 million streams and a growing fan base. Get down to boogie with tracks like Super Far and Good Girls, and a whole lot of 80s radio pop, 90s R&B soul and plenty of dreamy synths.
In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Westlife is back in the scene just like it's the Noughties again. The Irish boyband shot to fame in 1998 with their debut album featuring a string of hit songs like If I Let You Go, Swear It Again, Fool Again and Flying Without Wings, and are working on their comeback with a new single (co-written by Ed Sheeran).
The best-selling boyband in pop history has announced its Singapore stop as part of their DNA World Tour on October 30 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. And no, we're not playing games with your heart. See AJ, Brian, Nick, Howie and Kevin larger than life as they flex their singing chops and bust their best moves to the smashing hits that defined the noughties. Fangirl and scream your heart out to all their greatest singles including As Long As You Love Me, I Want It That Way and Shape Of My Heart, as well as Don't Go Breaking My Heart from their latest studio album DNA.
Back with their celebrated third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, Matty Healy and the gang returns to Singapore for the upcoming Asian tour. The Brit quartet experienced a meteoric rise since their formation in 2012 and have grown from their 80s glossy indie pop roots to embrace a fuller all-rounded sound that incorporates jazz, rock and more.
Gear up for another high-octane weekend from September 20 to 22 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit as Brit sci-fi rock masters – and one of the world’s biggest stadium bands – Muse returns to our shores to headline the night race’s entertainment stage on September 21 at the Padang alongside some of the biggest names in music.
Joining the Devon trio in the F1 entertainment line-up are legendary DJ Fatboy Slim (real name Norman Cook) who’s widely known for his 90’s hit Praise You (September 21, Zone 1), reggae icons Toots and the Maytals (September 20, Zone 1 and September 22, Zone 4), and American roots rock duo Larkin Poe (September 21, Zone 1 and September 22, Zone 4).
The second wave of acts include house music supergroup Swedish House Mafia (September 20, Zone 4), stadium giants Red Hot Chili Peppers (September 22, Zone 4), rapper Cardi B (September 21, Zone 4), composer Hans Zimmer (September 22, Zone 1),