SINGAPORE – Technical issues seem to arise at the festival; first there were difficulties with the new scanning system at the entrance, that saw crowd-goers stranded for about two hours on Day 1 (23 November). Today, Day 2, was no less. While Badbadnotgood played without hiccups, it was during Norwegian singer Aurora’s set that power tripped, cutting her song “Running With The Wolves” midway. Aurora then, resumed without a hitch.However, Nick Murphy was not so lucky. The Australian singer-songwriter (and the crowd) waited for an additional ten minutes to ensure soundcheck was in place, and he finally took to the stage to sing his solo rendition of “Talk Is Cheap”, “Dangerous” and “Gold.” Murphy then walked off stage, and never resumed his set. Fans booed, and many left the festival soon after.Peek photos of the crowd and the acts that performed on Day 2.READ MORE:Neon Lights Festival 2019: Day 1 highlightsINTERVIEW: South Korean singer-songwriter 10cm is lining up newly written songs for a full albumChallenges to Section 377A: Key points from this week's hearingsSingapore's 'A Land Imagined' wins Best Original Screenplay at Golden Horse Awards
SINGAPORE – To be held from now to 17 Nov, with close to 100 supporting partners and 51 events over 6 weeks, the Voilah! France Singapore Festival is set to present the best of France-Singapore collaborations in culture, education, science, lifestyle, tourism and sports.
As someone who considers themselves a part of the fashion industry with a capital F, I have certain expectations of a national fashion week. What I experienced at the recent Melbourne version was less about fashion and more about fun; with a capital F.
Only at Boomtown can you bop to reggae under a canopy of sparkling lanterns, have a conversation with a gun-wielding bar wench and rave to world-class techno all within the same hour.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the top activities this weekend, which include a sand festival dedicated to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a beer festival celebrating its 10th anniversary, and a movie marathon for lovebird
With the theme “Autumn of Fantasies”, this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay is set to return with numerous large-scale lantern displays inspired by imaginary worlds and natural wonders.
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.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the top activities this weekend, which include a night festival, a DIY and technology event, and an alternative music festival.
With fans including Olivia Colman, Ben Kingsley, David Cameron and Millie Mackintosh, Wilderness Festival 2018 was a treat for all ages.
The 41-year-old Singaporean nurse was assigned to a HIV/AIDS project in the remote communities of Zambia as well as the Ebola emergency response team during the peak of the epidemic in Sierra Leone.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, which include an ASEAN eSports and music festival for the youths, a Japan-themed festival for the whole family, and a disability-friendly event for Singaporeans of all abilities.
With the theme “Our Colonial Era”, the 50 Cents Fest will be returning for its third year running this weekend (28-29 July), from 11am to 11pm, at Chinatown Food Street.
Revellers queuing for Splendour In The Grass will be getting far more than a bag check.
It was a scorcher of a weekend at Lovebox 2018 as the festival moved from East London to West in its new home at Gunnersbury Park.Skepta, SZA, Childish Gambino and N.E.R.D. entertained the crowds over Friday and Saturday and with temperatures reaching over 27°C festival goers had to dress for the weather, but that didn’t mean the fashion stakes slipped.Yahoo Style UK traversed the site to find some of the coolest Lovebox looks from the weekend and you can check them all out in our gallery above.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Celebrities in swimwear: 2018 holiday inspiration courtesy of your favourite A-listersJuly beauty launches: The makeup, skincare and fragrance products to buy this monthBest dressed celebrities: June’s top fashion moments
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.
Here are Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s picks of some of the best activities this weekend, including the inaugural Singapore Cat Festival, an orchid display at Gardens by the Bay, and a showcase of Singapore’s best short films.
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.
The Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and will take place from 13 July to 29 July. With the theme "Savour Singapore in Every Bite", the festival seeks to present the country's rich culture and history through offerings such as cooking demonstrations, craft workshops and theatrical experiences.
Festivals really are the time to throw your beauty rulebook out the window.They’re the one place where a simple slick of mascara and a fresh blow-dry looks more out of place than donning glitter boobs and unwashed, grass-scattered hair. And that’s saying something.With the nation’s growing obsession with festivals, our favourite brands are by creating lines of products dedicated to the whimsical dreaminess of the week-long mudfests.If you’re still confused, think glitter in every shade of the rainbow, stamp-on stars and the boldest eyeshadow colours and stick-on jewels.Of course, there’s some sensible souls who are kindly catering to the practical stuff too: think fold-up mirrors courtesy of Magic Mirror, purse-friendly dry shampoos from Colab and mist spray SPF for long days in the sun via Clinique.Brands are also wising up about the environment, like The Gypsy Shrine who have launched biodegradable glitter in response to findings on its potential ecological hazard, and Epic Wipes who boast totally sustainable wet wipes.Browse our best pics of festival beauty for 2018…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The best weekend UK festivals to look forward to this summerLoads of our favourite UK festivals are banning glitterThe best London day festivals in summer 2018
As the June holidays draw to a close, spend the weekend at events to excite you and your family. From catching the best in volleyball to taking part in Peranakan-inspired activities, end the vacation on a high note.
Superstar DJ duo Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike (DVLM) are set to headline ZoukOut in Singapore later this year.
An exciting range of events is happening this weekend. From attending two major music festivals in Singapore, to learning more about Europe with help from Sesame Street characters at Changi Airport, this weekend is set to keep you busy.
Suntec Singapore is organising Sprout Farm-to-People Festival, the largest farmers’ market in Singapore. The inaugural farm-to-people festival, Sprout, is coming to the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre on 7 and 8 July. The free-admission farmers’ market – billed as the largest of its kind in Singapore – will take place at Hall 406 from 10am to 8pm over the weekend.