F1 Singapore GP 2019: Muse, Fatboy Slim to perform

Reta Lee
Editor-in-Chief, Lifestyle
Muse. (Photo by Jeff Forney)

The first wave of entertainment line-up have been announced and we’re excited! Rock band Muse is set to return here on 21 September. The band first formed in 1994 with Matt Bellamy on vocals; Chris Wolstenholme on bass guitar, and backing vocals; as well as Dominic Howard on drums. Together, they’ve sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, with their 2018 album Simulation Theory being the sixth number one album in the United Kingdom.

Alongside Muse, British DJ and producer Fatboy Slim will join the line-up as he will thrill fans during the race weekend. The Grammy-award winning producer, who’s known for hits like ‘The Rockafeller Skank’, ‘Praise You’, ‘Right Here’, ‘Right Now,’ and ‘Sunset (Bird of Prey)’, will be setting up his performance at the Wharf Stage in Zone 1 over the race weekend.

Other acts that have been announced include Jamaican ska and rocksteady group Toots and the Maytals, who have performed at Coachella and Glastonbury; as well as American roots band Larkin Poe.

Early bird tickets have been released on the official website, and more announcements will be made in the coming weeks.

2018’s Singapore F1 event saw 263,000 attendees at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, registering the second-highest three-day attendance in the race’s 11-year history.

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