• Celine Dion coming to Singapore in 2018 for first performance here
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    Celine Dion coming to Singapore in 2018 for first performance here

    World renowned French-Canadian singer Celine Dion is coming to Singapore to perform here for the first time. As part of the Celine Dion Live 2018 tour, the Grammy award winner is set to perform on 3 and 4 July at Marina Bay Sands. This is part of the integrated resort’s Sands Live concert series, which has featured performances by iconic stars such as The Rolling Stones.

  • Hannah Quinlivan spotted in the crowd at Jay Chou’s Singapore concert
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    Hannah Quinlivan spotted in the crowd at Jay Chou’s Singapore concert

    Hannah Quinlivan was spotted in the crowd at Jay Chou’s Singapore concert. Taiwanese-Australian actress and model Hannah Quinlivan is no doubt a loving mother of two and a supportive wife to Mandopop king Jay Chou. Instead of sitting backstage, like many celebrity spouses do when their partners perform, the 24-year-old prefers to be in the audience to cheer for Chou, 38, who was in Singapore for a concert on Saturday (6 January).

  • Comedian Russell Peters to return to Singapore for show in February 2018
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    Comedian Russell Peters to return to Singapore for show in February 2018

    Canadian comedy icon Russell Peters is set to return to Singapore for a one-night-only show on 24 February 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

  • Malaysian YouTube star Namewee hopes to shoot new movie in 'very clean' Singapore
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    Malaysian YouTube star Namewee hopes to shoot new movie in 'very clean' Singapore

    Malaysian rapper and filmmaker Namewee had such a good experience shooting his new music video “Funny Action” in Singapore with local director Jack Neo earlier this year that he is hoping he can shoot his new movie in the city-state. “It’s a good place to take picture[s] and shoot [a] music video, because it’s clean. When asked whether the film could be controversial, the singer-director-actor, who first gained notoriety 10 years ago for a remixed version of the Malaysian national anthem on YouTube, replied, “I don’t think so.

  • K-pop group VIXX tickle fans with hilarious antics at Singapore concert
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    K-pop group VIXX tickle fans with hilarious antics at Singapore concert

    South Korean boyband VIXX may have looked all serious in their black outfits, but the mood at their "Shangri-La in Singapore 2017" concert on Saturday (2 December) was anything but. The 6-member group charmed fans at Zepp @ Bigbox with hits such as "Error", "Love Me Do", "Hot Enough" and "Blackout".

  • Suga Shikao looking forward to Night Safari, Tiger beer and chilli crab in Singapore
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    Suga Shikao looking forward to Night Safari, Tiger beer and chilli crab in Singapore

    The Japanese musician will be performing live in Singapore for the first time on 8 December. Japanese artiste Suga Shikao already has his free time in Singapore planned out ahead of his visit to the island this week. “I want to go to Night Zoo (Night Safari), USS (Universal Studios Singapore) and drink Tiger beer and eat chilli crab!” the veteran musician told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, adding that he wanted to sightsee for four additional days after his concert on Friday (8 December).

  • Katy Perry to perform in Singapore on 8 April next year
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    Katy Perry to perform in Singapore on 8 April next year

    Are you ready to “Swish Swish” with Katy Perry in Singapore?

  • What K-pop groups SHINee, Red Velvet said at the Shilla Beauty Concert press conference
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    What K-pop groups SHINee, Red Velvet said at the Shilla Beauty Concert press conference

    K-pop groups SHINee and Red Velvet are back in Singapore for the Shilla Beauty Concert, less than four months after the two performed in here for TV show Music Bank. How do you feel about being back in Singapore?

  • Malaysian singer-songwriter Namewee to perform in Singapore on 3 February
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    Malaysian singer-songwriter Namewee to perform in Singapore on 3 February

    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).

  • More tickets added for Jay Chou's sold-out Singapore concert
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    More tickets added for Jay Chou's sold-out Singapore concert

    More tickets are going on sale for Jay Chou’s next Singapore concert, thanks to demand. There is still hope for fans of Jay Chou who didn’t manage to snatch tickets to his upcoming concert in January next year. Additional tickets have been added to the Mandopop star’s one-night-only concert, thanks to “demand from fans”, according to a press release from concert organiser Multimedia Entertainment on Thursday (2 November).

  • PHOTOS: Taeyang says BIGBANG members are 'biggest joys in life' at Singapore concert
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    PHOTOS: Taeyang says BIGBANG members are 'biggest joys in life' at Singapore concert

    Less than half a year after BIGBANG leader G-Dragon’s concert in Singapore, group member Taeyang held his own solo concert “WHITE NIGHT” on Friday (27 Oct) at The Star Performing Arts Centre at The Star Vista. During the concert, Taeyang performed more than 20 songs and two encores, performing well-known hits such as “Eyes, Nose, Lips”, “Wedding Dress”, “Darling” and “Ringa Linga”, as well as BIGBANG songs “Last Dance” and “Fantastic Baby”. After performing the BIGBANG song “Last Dance”, the 29-year-old vocalist asked the audience in English, “How is the song when I sing it alone?

  • Ed Sheeran's Singapore concerts will go ahead as planned
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    Ed Sheeran's Singapore concerts will go ahead as planned

    Ed Sheeran will be coming to Singapore, after all. Good news, Ed Sheeran fans in Singapore! The British singer, who recently fractured his arm, will be in Singapore for his concert as planned. “A follow-up visit to my doctors today confirmed that I will be good to go from the Singapore shows onwards,” Sheeran said in a statement on Thursday (26 Oct).

  • Pop groups 911, S Club and 5ive to perform in Singapore in March
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    Pop groups 911, S Club and 5ive to perform in Singapore in March

    Fans of 90s UK pop groups S Club, 911 and 5ive are in for a treat as the chart-toppers will be reuniting for a one-night only concert in Singapore on 10 March 2018 at The Star Theatre.

  • Danish eurodance group AQUA's concert in Singapore cancelled
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    Danish eurodance group AQUA's concert in Singapore cancelled

    Danish eurodance group AQUA has cancelled its Singapore stop. Danish eurodance group AQUA will not be performing in Singapore anymore, concert organisers MODE Entertainment announced in a Facebook post on Friday (20 October). The group was originally slated to hold their 20th anniversary concert on 25 November at The Star Theatre. “Dear everyone, we regret to inform that AQUA 20th Anniversary Live in Singapore on 25 November 2017 will not go ahead due to unforeseen circumstances.

  • Tickets to Bruno Mars' concerts in Singapore have sold out
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    Tickets to Bruno Mars' concerts in Singapore have sold out

    Tickets to both of Bruno Mars’ concerts in Singapore next year have already sold out, mere hours after sales began on Thursday morning (19 October). The American singer, popular for hits like “Versace on the Floor” and “24K Magic”, will be in town for shows on 6 and 7 May 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium as part of his “24K Magic World Tour”. Tickets were priced from $126 each and were made available for purchase from 10am on Thursday via SingPost outlets, the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office as well as the Sports Hub Tix website.

  • Bruno Mars to perform on two days in Singapore in May 2018
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    Bruno Mars to perform on two days in Singapore in May 2018

    Grammy Award winner Bruno Mars will be performing in Singapore in May next year as part of his ‘The 24K Magic World Tour’. The “That’s What I Like” and “Versace on the Floor” singer will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 6 May 2018, said a press release by Live Nation Lushington Singapore on Thursday (12 October). On 19 October, organisers announced that Bruno Mars will also be performing on 7 May.

  • Running Man's Kim Jong-kook and Joanna Dong to perform at Asian Television Awards
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    Running Man's Kim Jong-kook and Joanna Dong to perform at Asian Television Awards

    Singapore singer Joanna Dong and Kim Jong-kook, of popular South Korean variety show “Running Man” will be performing at the upcoming Asian Television Awards (ATA) on 1 December, said a joint release by the Infocomm Media Development Authority and the Singapore Media Festival on Wednesday (11 Oct).

  • Nogizaka46 to perform in Singapore for first time at Anime Festival Asia
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    Nogizaka46 to perform in Singapore for first time at Anime Festival Asia

    Japanese idol group Nogizaka46 will be performing in Singapore for the first time at the upcoming Anime Festival Asia (AFA) on 24 November, a Facebook post by the organisers said on Tuesday (10 October) .

  • Heavenly King Jacky Cheung to return to Singapore in February 2018
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    Heavenly King Jacky Cheung to return to Singapore in February 2018

    Singer-songwriter and actor Jacky Cheung will be returning to Singapore for another round of his three-day concert “A Classic Tour” in February next year. The Hong Kong star will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 9 Feb to 11 Feb, concert promoter UnUsUaL Entertainment said in a release on Wednesday (4 Oct).

  • PHOTOS: Seventeen shines brighter than a diamond at first Singapore concert
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    PHOTOS: Seventeen shines brighter than a diamond at first Singapore concert

    It has been over a year since K-pop boyband Seventeen graced our shores. This time, the 13 boys are back with a full-scale concert, DIAMOND EDGE, showing Singapore Carats (the name of Seventeen's fans) how much they have grown both musically and performance-wise.

  • BtoB Sungjae celebrates ION Orchard's birthday
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    BtoB Sungjae celebrates ION Orchard's birthday

    Actor and singer Yook Sung-jae, a member of K-pop boyband BtoB, performed five songs at ION Orchard's eighth anniversary concert on Friday (29 Sept). He performed two songs from the soundtrack of the hit K-drama "Goblin" that he starred in - "Who Are You" and "Beautiful". The 22-year-old also performed two of his solo songs, "Paradise" and "Tell Me", that were released in August. Yook ended the concert by singing a birthday song for ION Orchard. Read more about what he said at the press conference on Thursday: BtoB's Yook Sung-jae at press conference for relaunch of ION Orchard's ION Sky Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .

  • J-rock band ONE OK ROCK to perform at Singapore Indoor Stadium on 20 Jan 2018
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    J-rock band ONE OK ROCK to perform at Singapore Indoor Stadium on 20 Jan 2018

    Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK will be returning to Singapore on 20 Jan 2018 for their largest concert on the island yet.

  • BtoB's Yook Sung-jae at press conference for relaunch of ION Orchard's ION Sky
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    BtoB's Yook Sung-jae at press conference for relaunch of ION Orchard's ION Sky

    Actor and singer Yook Sung-jae, a member of K-pop boyband BtoB, made an appearance in Singapore at a press conference on Thursday (29 September) for the relaunch of ION Orchard’s observation deck ION Sky, ahead of his performance at ION Orchard’s eighth anniversary concert on Friday.

  • PHOTOS: INFINITE's Kim Myung-soo at press conference and fan-meeting in Singapore
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    PHOTOS: INFINITE's Kim Myung-soo at press conference and fan-meeting in Singapore

    You may know him more commonly as L of popular K-pop boyband INFINITE, but this South Korean singer is also hoping to attract more fans as the actor Kim Myung-soo. This was one of the things the K-pop star shared while he was in Singapore on Friday (22 September) and Saturday (23 September). Kim made his debut in the Korean entertainment industry in 2010 as INFINITE’s L, but uses Kim Myung-soo for his acting jobs.

  • Culture Club to perform in Singapore on 11 December
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    Culture Club to perform in Singapore on 11 December

    Calling all fans of Boy George and the rest of Culture Club: The iconic band behind memorable tracks "Karma Chameleon" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" is coming to Singapore for a concert on 11 December.