Neon Lights Singapore adds 13 more acts to line-up, including BadBadNotGood, Nick Murphy and more

Staff Writer, Singapore
·Editorial Team
badbadnotgood. (PHOTO: Neon Lights)
badbadnotgood. (PHOTO: Neon Lights)

SINGAPORE — Neon Lights music and arts festival today (11 September) reveals 13 more acts to its two-day event taking place at Fort Canning Park on Saturday (23 November) and Sunday (24 November).

The music acts returning to our little red dot are Australian singer-songwriter Nick Murphy (Chet Faker) and Canadian jazz/funk trio BadBadNotGood.


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Grammy-winning English electronic producer Mura Masa and American singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton will be making their debut in Singapore for this festival.

Other international names announced today include Australian psych-rock titans King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Mexican-American indie pop troubadour Cuco, DJ duo Fleetmac Wood, fast-rising Australians Cosmo’s Midnight, electronic-indie duo Joan, and Filipino-Irish singer-songwriter AndreaH.

Nick Murphy aka Chet Faker. (PHOTO: Willy Lukaitis/Neon Lights)
Nick Murphy aka Chet Faker. (PHOTO: Willy Lukaitis/Neon Lights)

Singapore acts being added today include folk-blues set-up Shak & the Baits, buzzy funk band MMLD and the lively roving party-starter Mariachi Viva Mexico.

These new names for the Neon Lights bill come in addition to the already announced headliners Mumford & Sons, Halsey, Honne and Aurora.

More details of the entire Neon Lights programme will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Early Bird tickets scheduled to end this Monday (16 September) at 4pm. Tickets to Neon Lights Festival start from S$30 for children and S$108 for adults, and are available at and SISTIC.