Singapore Grand Prix adds Lighthouse Family, The Ramona Flowers to entertainment line-up for 2019 F1

Paul Tucker and Tunde Baiyewu of Lighthouse Family perform on stage during the third and final day of Hard Rock Calling 2011 at Hyde Park on June 26, 2011 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Andy Sheppard/Redferns)

SINGAPORE — The more the merrier! Singapore Grand Prix announced two more acts to the F1 races concert line-up: British musical acts Lighthouse Family and The Ramona Flowers. Previously announced acts for the spectacular three-day sporting and race event from 20 to 22 September include Fatboy Slim, Gwen Stefani, Hans Zimmer, Larkin Poe, Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Swedish House Mafia, as well as Toots and the Maytals.

Famous for their songs “Lifted”, “Ocean Drive” and “High”, Lighthouse Family are making their return in 2019 after nearly two decades since their fourth album Blue Sky In Your Head. Prior to their sold-out 2019 United Kingdom tour, the duo will be performing in select Asian cities, including Singapore at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Fans can look forward to enjoying their classic hits at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre (Zone 4) on 21 September.

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Steve Bird of The Ramona Flowers performs on stage at Bingley Music Live Festival at Myrtle Park on August 31, 2014 in Bingley, United Kingdom. (Photo by Andrew Benge/Redferns via Getty Images)

Known for seamlessly fusing electro-rock elements with anthemic pop melodies, The Ramona Flowers were influenced by Phoenix and M83. Consisting of guitarist Sam James, bassist Wayne Jones, keyboardist/guitarist Dave Betts, drummer Ed Gallimore and vocalist Steve Bird, the indie-synth quintet serve up a feast for the senses with their brand of moody, electronic music as seen in their three albums, Dismantle (2012), Lust and Lies (2013) as well as Dismantle and Rebuild (2014).

Fans can look forward to grooving to dreamy euphoric sound tracks like “Strangers”, “Ghost” and “Out of Focus” at the Sunset Stage (Zone 1) on 21 September and the Downtown Stage (Zone 4) on 22 September.

Other local and international acts at the Marina Bay Street Circuit include UK-based quintet Holy Roller and The Smoking Guns, Singapore’s only fully independent professional symphony orchestra Metropolitan Festival Orchestra, DJs and party-starters Darker Than Wax, EMONIGHTSG, DJ Honey and Ulysses, Singapore’s percussion ensemble Bloco Singapura as well as Taiwan’s fire dance troupe Coming True Fire Group.

Tickets for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2019 are on sale via www.singaporegp.sg, the ticketing hotline +65 6738 6738 as well as all Singapore GP's authorised agents. The artist line-up and performance times are subject to change.