The “king of the lovelorn people” Eric Chou is set to charm audiences in Singapore during his 22PLUS 2018 Asia Tour.
Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin made the first stop of his world tour, "Sanctuary" on 17 and 18 March at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai. The 36-year-old Lin performed 30 songs, including ”A Thousand Years Later” and "Brave New World", all while battling the flu. Lin was joined on stage by Canadian music producer, David Foster, who is also the tour director. The duo performed ”I Will Always Love You”, a song which Foster produced for the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard”. " Foster praised Lin, saying, “He has been sick for a few days now, but he still performs so well. It’s really impressive.” The three-hour concert ended with the song “Little Big Us”, which he dedicated to the fans who helped him to become the singer that he is today. He also performed hit songs ”River South” and “Twilight” during the encore segment of the concert. Lin's next concert stop is on 31 March at Chengdu. Details of his concert in Singapore have yet to be revealed. For more information on other stops in the world tour, read more here: Mandopop singer JJ Lin announces new tour with 16 stops including Singapore . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Namewee will be performing for the first time in Singapore. Malaysian singer-songwriter Namewee, known for the Mandarin hit song, “Stranger In The North” featuring Wang Lee Hom, will be having a concert on 3 February 2018 at The Star Performing Arts Centre at 8pm, concert organiser Mode Entertainment announced on Thursday (23 November).
The Chainsmokers performed to thousands at The Padang on Saturday night (16 September). The American duo, consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, played a string of EDM-pop tunes for about one-and-a-half hour. These songs included remixes of popular tracks such as Queen’s “We Will Rock You”, The Lion King’s soundtrack “Circle of Life” and Coldplay’s “Yellow”. The 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September, with other headlining acts such as singer SEAL, DJ Calvin Harris and legendary band Duran Duran. Catch the full story here: Singapore fans treated to Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers at F1 See all the photos from the event's entertainment highlights here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Zepp Hall Network and BIGBOX have collaborated to renovate a 3,500 sq m hall, part of the megaBOX Event Space, and rebrand it as a live hall called ‘Zepp@BIGBOX Singapore’. Like Zepp’s six music halls located all over Japan, Zepp@BIGBOX Singapore will also be a concert venue dedicated to bringing the best of sound and lighting for music enthusiasts to enjoy live concerts by their favourite bands. The mid-sized Zepp concert hall in Singapore will come pre-equipped with the same stage machinery, lighting and sound systems that are used in the halls in Japan.
The Singapore Sports Hub said it has found no evidence to support the allegation that a staff member had 'looted' tickets to Ed Sheeren's concert.
Tickets to G-Dragon's "“ACT III, M.O.T.T.E” 2017 concert in Singapore range from $148 to $348 and will go on sale on 20 May at 12pm via SportsHub's website.
Concert organiser IME Singapore announced that pop princess Britney Spears' upcoming concert in Singapore will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 30 June, and tickets will go on sale on 18 May.
Organisers have added a second show to Ed Sheeran's concert in Singapore this November. The concert poster has been updated with the new date, 12 November.
Response to popular Hong Kong-based singer G.E.M.'s Singapore stop for her “Queen Of Hearts” concert world tour on 12 August has been so overwhelming, the organiser has decided to add a second show the next day.
Nine-member girl group TWICE held their first ever local performance, "TWICELAND – The Opening in Singapore", on 29 April at the The Star Theatre, amidst a packed audience.
Hong Kong-based singer G.E.M. is slated to perform in Singapore as part of her “Queen Of Hearts” concert world tour on 12 August, which will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
A day before their first ever concert in Singapore, members of popular South Korean girl group TWICE met with the media at a press conference on 28 April.
Hong Kong Cantopop group Grasshopper (草蜢) will be coming to Singapore for their “Grasshopper Music Walker Concert” on 22 July. Tickets to the one-night-only concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium range from $88 to $198 (excluding $4 booking fee) and will be available for sale from Thursday (13 April) at 10am. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office and all Singpost outlets islandwide.
Almost a year after their successful second concert tour, South Korean-Chinese boyband EXO treated fans with a much sexier version of themselves at their third concert tour, EXO PLANET #3: The EXO’rDIUM, at the Indoor Stadium on Sunday (2 April). Performing to an 8,000-strong crowd during their Singapore stop of their third concert tour, the eight members of EXO put up a spectacular, high-octane performance that included a dazzling display of lights, fireworks, streamers and confetti.
Back in 2012, EXO exploded into the music scene with 12 members who were also divided into two sub-groups, EXO-K and EXO-M. After the departure of three members from EXO-M, the remaining nine members of EXO continue to perform and release music in both Korean and Mandarin as a whole group. The group’s rapper, Chanyeol, was last seen in the recently concluded mystery-thriller drama, “Missing Nine” (he also collaborated with Punch for the intro song to the hit K-drama “Goblin”), Chinese member Lay starred opposite Jackie Chan in the movie “Kungfu Yoga”, while vocalist Baekhyun appeared in “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo”, the Korean TV adaptation of the hit Chinese drama “Moon Lovers”.
Indonesian singer and actor Afgan to perform in Singapore on 9 April 2017. Popular Indonesian singer and actor Afgan has big dreams for the Southeast Asia’s music and fashion industry, and one of them is to collaborate with Singaporean and Malaysian singers for an upcoming song. Speaking to the media at a press conference on Monday (13 March), the 27-year-old, whose real name is Afgansyah Reza, said he hopes to bring “three countries in one song” and rope in Singapore’s very own (and first) ‘idol’ for this project as well.
This is not an April Fool’s joke: popular K-pop boyband EXO will be having a concert in Singapore on 2 April at Singapore Indoor Stadium. Organisers ONE Production announced on their official social media pages that the concert, “EXO Planet #3 – The EXO’rDIUM”, will be held from 4pm. EXO was last in Singapore for a concert as part of their EXO PLANET #2 – The EXO’luXion tour, on 9 and 10 January 2016.
After a year, South Korean heartthrob Rain returned to Singapore for the final stop of his “The Squall” concert tour on 30 Dec 2016. Back in 2007, Rain’s last concert in Singapore made headlines for having one of the most expensive concert tickets, priced at $888. There was no repeat this time around, however, as the priciest tickets were sold at $338. The 34-year-old, whose real name is Jung Ji Hoon, performed 25 songs to 4,000 fans at the Resorts World Convention Centre, including hits like “It’s Raining”, “La Song”, “30 Sexy” and “Rainism”.
Join the Garfield Run, dance to David Bowie’s tunes performed live, shop at an Etsy-supported flea market, catch Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble live in concert, plus more things you can do in Singapore this weekend.
South Korean heartthrob Rain will be coming back to make hearts swoon in Singapore on 30 December this year. The actor and singer, also known as Jung Ji Hoon, will be staging his latest concert “The Squall” at the Resorts World Ballroom at the Resorts World Convention Centre. Soon after setting up his own label “R.A.I.N Company”, the 34-year-old embarked on “The Squall” concert tour in November 2015 and has performed in 18 cities across Asia, with Singapore as his latest stop.
Celebrate Deepavali, admire the Asian contemporary art at the Singapore Biennale, catch the catwalk shows of Singapore Fashion Week, get a night full of laughs at Happy Ever Laughter with local comedians, join Halloween-themed events and more things you can do this weekend.
All tickets to Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actor Jacky Cheung’s Singapore concerts in February 2017 were sold out on Friday (21 October) within one day of release.
Canadian rock star Bryan Adams will be bringing his “Get Up Tour” to Singapore on 20 January 2017 at the Suntec Convention Hall.