9 Oct – Originally set to be held next month, One Love Asia Festival has now been postponed to next year.
Below are the new details for One Love Asia Festival Singapore:
Dates: 16 & 17 October 2021
Time: 3pm (Sat) | 2.30pm (Sun)
Venue: Bayfront Event Space
Fans who already have tickets to the festival are advised to hold on to them. Organiser IMC Live Global will also be rewarding fans' patience and loyalty with a SGD30 F&B voucher to spend during the festival, 15% discount voucher for merchandise, and a lucky draw chance to walk away with tickets to IMC Live Global's upcoming shows.
Those who have yet to get their tickets will still have the chance to do so as limited Day 1 tickets will be on sale on Monday, 12 October, from 11am (GMT+8) at www.oneloveasiafestival.com
Ticket are priced as below:
General Admission: SGD88/day
Premium Admission: SGD128/day
(Prices are before SGD4 booking fee)
However, for current ticketholders who wish to get a refund, they have until this 8 November to submit their refund request. Further details can be found on One Love Asia Festivals' Facebook.
The 2021 festival will see a slight change to its lineup. The previously announced Stefanie Sun, Jolin Tsai, BoA, Joker Xue, Tanya Chua, EggPlantEgg, ShiGGa Shay, and THELIONCITYBOY will now be joined by Fish Leong, Power Station, Namewee and Boon Hui Lu.
More names will be revealed soon to replace 7 acts from the previous lineup – Goo Goo Dolls, Hebe Tien, Greyson Chance, Show Lo, Naoto Inti Raymi, Potato, KLEAR – who will no longer be performing at the festival.
Other than more than 15 hours of live music to enjoy during the two days, there will also be a brand-new Curated Village that will feature an enticing range of food as well as thrilling lifestyle and partner activations. Further details will be released via the festival's social media channels in the days leading up to the event.
When the large-scale music festival was first announced, it was scheduled to be held last May. It was later postponed to this November due to COVID-19 concerns. However, as the pandemic shows no signs of slowing down, the festival has to be further delayed to the new 2021 dates.
(Photo source: IMC Live Global)