Danish eurodance group AQUA's concert in Singapore cancelled

Gabriel Choo
Danish eurodance group AQUA has cancelled its Singapore stop.

Danish eurodance group AQUA will not be performing in Singapore anymore, concert organisers MODE Entertainment announced in a Facebook post on Friday (20 October). The group was originally slated to hold their 20th anniversary concert on 25 November at The Star Theatre.

“Dear everyone, we regret to inform that AQUA 20th Anniversary Live in Singapore on 25 November 2017 will not go ahead due to unforeseen circumstances. We truly apologise for any inconvenience caused,” read the post.

All ticket-holders will obtain a refund and will be contacted by SISTIC through email on the refund process by the end of this week. Tickets were sold from S$98 each.

AQUA is the best-selling dance group from Europe and have sold more than 33 million albums and singles over the years, notching up three No. 1 hits on the UK chart and over a dozen chart-toppers in Europe.

The band is known for its playful pop and wacky lyrics, such as in 1997 album “Aquarium” which is still considered an iconic pop-dance album. Their No. 1 hit “Barbie Girl” inspired a generation of cosplay dress-ups and is a staple at retro music nights worldwide.

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