BoA, Stefanie Sun, Jolin Tsai, Greyson Chance and others to perform at One Love Asia Festival in Marina Bay

The line-up for One Love Asia Festival in Singapore includes Stefanie Sun, BoA and Jolin Tsai. (PHOTOS: IMC Live Global)

SINGAPORE — The inaugural One Love Asia Festival will go to Singapore and Osaka this year. A first in Asia, the two-day music and lifestyle festival brings together a stellar lineup of Asian and international acts.

Organised by IMC Live Global, the festival will come to Singapore first on 1-2 May 2020, featuring 15 international and local pop icons.

The lineup includes Stefanie Sun, Jolin Tsai, BoA, Joker Xue, Hebe Tien, Show Lo, Tanya Chua, indie band EggPlantEgg, Goo Goo Dolls, Greyson Chance, pop-rock band Potato, KLEAR, singer-songwriter Naoto Inti Raymi, and hip hop artists ShiGGa Shay and THELIONCITYBOY.

“For the first time ever, we have an amazing lineup of big acts gracing one stage and entertaining fans with full-set (30 to 45 minutes each) performances,” said IMC Captasia Group Chief Operating Officer Romell Song in a press release. 

Here’s the line-up for the One Love Asia Festival:


Day One – 1 May

BoA, Goo Goo Dolls, Greyson Chance, Naoto Inti Raymi, Potato, KLEAR, ShiGGa Shay, THELIONCITYBOY

Day Two – 2 May

Stefanie Sun, Jolin Tsai, Joker Xue, Hebe Tien, Show Lo, Tanya Chua, EggPlantEgg

Located at the Bayfront Event Space beside Marina Bay Sands, the festival will also have a Curated Village offering an array of activities and gastronomic delights.

Tickets go on public sale via the festival website from Saturday onwards (18 Jan), but you can pre-register for tickets on 17 Jan. The general admission prices are S$88 for a one-day pass and S$158 for a 2-day pass. Premium admission is S$128 for a one-day pass and S$218 for a 2-day pass.

The festival is expected to draw 25,000 to 30,000 festival goers, according to the organisers.

Dates and details for the festival in Osaka will be announced in the coming months. IMC Live Global plans to bring the festival to more cities in Asia from 2021.