Neon Lights, Singapore's premier outdoor music and arts festival, is coming back with a bang. The electrifying three-day festival returns on November 9 with an eclectic mix of arts programmes and activities, as well as a stellar lineup of international and local stars from the indie cosmos set to descend onto the Fort Canning stage.
Bound to make any hipster burst with euphoria, headliners include contemporary R&B darling Yuna, New York post-punk icons Interpol and innovative electronic mastermind Caribou. For hardcore fans of Interpol, this is an opportunity not to be missed – the long-awaited debut is the band's only gig in the region this year. Also joining the ranks are English indie rock outfit The Vaccines and American ambient dream-pop band Cigarettes After Sex, not forgetting local indie darling Riot !n Magenta and Sobs. The best bit? All acts are performing full sets, so fans won't miss out on their favourite tracks.
Stay tuned for more announcements on upcoming acts and details. Here's the full lineup as it stands:
Molam International Band
Cigarettes After Sex
Riot !n Magenta