British heavy metal band Judas Priest will be performing in Singapore on 4 December as part of their ongoing world tour. Led by vocalist Rob Halford, the Grammy-winning band will be holding their concert at the Zepp@BigBox Singapore. The band – active in the heavy metal music scene since the early 1970s – are known for classic hits such as Breaking the Law, Heading Out to the Highway, Living After Midnight, and You’ve Got Another Thing Coming.
Maroon 5 will be performing in Singapore on 7 March next year as part of their ongoing world tour, the American pop-rock band announced on Tuesday (29 August).
Malaysian R&B singer Yuna, American indie rock band Interpol and American ambient pop band Cigarettes After Sex are among the big names who will perform at the outdoor music and arts festival Neon Lights in November.
R&B superstar The Weekend will be performing in Singapore for the first time ever on 5 December as part of his Asian tour.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, which include an indoor marketplace bazaar, a family picnic, and a musical showcase.
American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz will be returning to Singapore on 27 October to hold a one-night only concert. The two-time Grammy Award winner will be playing his hits at his concert in the National Stadium from 8pm. Held in conjunction with the final BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore, “Good Vibes with Jason Mraz” will be his only stop in Asia.
An additional 500 tickets per night will be released for sale for Mandopop singer JJ Lin’s Sanctuary World Tour in Singapore, announced concert promoter Unusual Entertainment on Tuesday (17 July). The extra tickets – released due to “overwhelming demand” – will be available for each of the four nights that Lin will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 15, 16, 18 and 19 August, said Unusual in a Facebook post. Lin recently added two more shows to the Singapore leg of his tour after his initial 15 and 16 August shows sold out.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, including the Wine & Spirit Festival, the Nickelodeon Slime Cup event for the little ones, and a concert by a pioneer of the melodic death metal genre, In Flames.
The first ever ASEAN eSports and music festival is set to enthrall youths from around the region at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 4 and 5 August.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, including the return of the Singapore Theatre Festival, a Moana dance workshop for the little ones, and a concert performance from acclaimed French jazz artist Cyrille Aimée.
Boy band Wanna One, pop princess Taeyeon and girl group Momoland will be among the more than 100 K-pop stars taking the stage at the HallyuPopFest this September. Twenty K-pop acts will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 7 to 9 September. With evening concerts, afternoon musical showcases and a daily red carpet event, the festival will also feature acts such as AOA, Apink, BTOB, Dreamcatcher, EXID, and Jeong Sewoon.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda is heading to Singapore as he embarks on his first solo tour, Post Traumatic. The multi-talented musician will be performing at the Zepp@BigBox on 22 August 2018 in a one-night-only concert. The rapper-producer recently released his latest EP Post Traumatic in January.
Mandopop star JJ Lin is bringing his Sanctuary World Tour to Singapore in August. The Singaporean singer-songwriter will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium over two nights on 18 and 19 August at 7.30pm. Lin, who is currently nominated for six awards at the Golden Melody Awards, last performed in Singapore in 2015 to an 8,000-strong audience as part of his Timeline: Genesis World Tour.
British pop princess Dua Lipa, Mandapop King Jay Chou and former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher are just some of the music stars set to perform at the Formula 1 2018 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix.
British-Norwegian boyband a1 is coming to Singapore later this year as part of their 20th anniversary reunion tour.
American rock band Guns N’ Roses are set to embark on the Asian leg of their tour Not in This Lifetime this November but Singapore won’t be one of the stops. The band will perform in Indonesia (8 Nov), the Philippines (11 Nov), Malaysia (14 Nov), Taiwan (17 Nov), China (20-21 Nov) and United Arab Emirates (25 Nov), according to their announcement on social media on Saturday (May 19). In February last year, the band behind hits like Sweet Child O’ Mine, Patience and Paradise City played their first ever concert in Singapore in which fans slammed the concert’s promoter for its poor organisation.
From spending the day with your family at the Padang, to enjoying animated films hailing from France, there is something for everyone this weekend.
Fans of the "Ballad King", brace yourselves. South Korean singer-actor Lee Seung Gi will be holding a fan meet in Singapore prior to his one-night concert here.
An exciting range of events takes place this weekend, from festivals focusing on fitness and sexual wellness, to celebrating Kindness Day with your family and friends.
Alternative pop singer Halsey is coming to Singapore to hold her first full-fledged solo concert here. Halsey last performed in Singapore at the Padang as one of the musical acts at the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix in 2016. There will be a one-day priority sale for StarHub customers on 12 May from 12pm till midnight.