Concerts coming to Singapore in 2018

Which bands or singers are coming to Singapore to perform soon? Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore has got you covered.

Harry Styles Live On Tour 2018

The member of popular UK boy group One Direction will be in town as a solo artist. His self-titled album featuring the single “Sign of the Times” was released in April 2017, after the band decided to take on an extended hiatus in January 2016.

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 3 May, 8pm
Ticket prices: $98 to $888

Dua Lipa Live in Singapore

British singer-songwriter Dua Lipa is coming back to Singapore for a one-night-only performance in her first full concert here. The pop sensation will belt out songs from her self-titled debut album, which includes smash hit singles ‘Be the One’, ‘New Rules’ and ‘IDGAF’.

When: 4 May, 8pm to 9.30pm
Where: The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre
Ticket price: $88 to $168

SQUEEZE Live in Singapore

Iconic British new wave band will be performing in Singapore as part of their upcoming tour. The band was first formed in 1973 and is known for their songs, “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Tempted”.

When: 4 May 2018
Where: University Cultural Centre
Ticket prices: From $78

Bruno Mars ‘The 24K Magic World Tour’

Grammy Award winner Bruno Mars will be performing in Singapore in May as part of his ‘The 24K Magic World Tour’. The 24K Magic World Tour is in support of Mars’ latest chart-topping album, 24K Magic, which was released in November 2016.

When: 6 May 2018
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: From $168

Stereophonics live in Singapore

Not long after the release of their tenth album, “Scream Above The Sounds”, Welsh rock band Stereophonics will be making their return to Singapore for a concert. The chart-topping band, who is known for hits such as “Dakota”, “Have A Nice Day” and “Innocent”, was last in Singapore in 2013.

When: 8 May 2018
Where: ZEPP@BIGBOX
Ticket prices: $98 – $118

MAYDAY 2018 LIFE TOUR

Taiwanese rock band MAYDAY will be returning to Singapore to perform at the National Stadium. Formed in the late ‘90s as “So Band”, the band last performed here in December 2017 and at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2014. Consisting of members Ashin, Monster, Stone, Masa and Guan You, the group has released 12 studio albums, with the latest one entitled History of Tomorrow.

When: 2 June, 7:30pm
Where: National Stadium
Ticket prices: $90 – $298

Air Supply in Singapore

The Australian soft rock duo, best known for their song, “All Out Of Love”, returns to Singapore to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in June. Since the band formed in 1975, their singles have sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, and in 2013, they were inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association’s Hall Of Fame.

When: 5 June, 8pm
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: $88 – $178

Boyce Avenue live in Singapore 2018

Three years after they last performed in Singapore, American rock band Boyce Avenue will be returning to Singapore with a concert at The Star Theatre in June. Formed in 2004, Boyce Avenue consists of brothers Alejandro, Fabian and Daniel. They first found fame on YouTube with their acoustic rock covers of popular songs, and have since released three original music albums.

When: 7 June, 8pm
Where: The Star Theatre at The Star Performing Arts Center
Ticket prices: $98 – $138

David Tao ‘Up-close with David Tao’ concert

Taiwanese singer-songwriter David Tao is back in Singapore for a one-night only concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, 10 years after his last concert here. Known as the “Godfather of R&B” in C-pop, the Golden Melody Award winner is known for his hits “Love Is Easy” and “Regular Friends”.

When: 9 June, 8pm
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: $108 – $198

Eric Chou ’22PLUS’ 2018 Asia Tour

Mandopop singer Eric Chou is set to charm audiences in Singapore in June. The concert is set to feature the Taiwanese star’s new songs, including his rendition of electronic dance music. Known for songs such as How Are You?, Unbreakable Love and Finally Found You, Chou released his debut album My Way to Love in 2014 and his latest album What Love Has Taught Us in 2016.

When: 9 June 2018, 7pm
Where: The Max Pavilion @ Singapore Expo
Ticket prices: $98 – $168

Niall Horan ‘Flicker World Tour 2018’

The member of popular English-Irish boy group One Direction will be holding his first solo concert in Singapore as part of his “Flicker World Tour”. He will also be performing in Japan and the Philippines. In 2017, Horan won the People’s Choice Award for Favourite Breakout Artist.

When: 12 June 2018
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket Prices: From $88

TWICE 2ND TOUR  ‘TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park’

K-pop girl group TWICE is back in Singapore for their second concert tour, TWICELAND Zone 2: Fantasy Park. Since their debut in 2015, the nine members of the reigning K-pop group in South Korea have released consecutive hits such as “TT”, “Cheer Up” and “Likey”.

When: 17 June 2018, 5pm
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket Prices: $168 – $288

Celine Dion Live 2018 Tour

Grammy Award-winning pop diva Celine Dion will be performing in Singapore for the first time during her Asia-Pacific tour this year. Ticket sales begin on 17 May through SISTIC and the Marina Bay Sands ticketing website. The top-tier tickets for her concerts are among the most expensive here to date.

When: 3 and 4 July 2018
Where: Sands Grand Ballroom, Marina Bay Sand
Ticket prices: $150 to $550, $800 (VIP), $1,200 (VVIP)

Bob Dylan & His Band

Music icon Bob Dylan is set to make a return to Singapore with his band for a one-night only performance. The legendary singer-songwriter redefined the folk music genre with a new rock ‘n’ roll sound more than half a century ago. The 76-year-old released his latest studio album Triplicate last year. The Nobel Prize-winning artist last performed in Singapore in 2011 as part of Timbre’s Rock & Roots music festival.

When: 6 August 2018, 8.30pm
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket Prices: $128 – $248

Halsey ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ World Tour

Alternative pop singer Halsey returns to Singapore for her first full-fledged solo concert here. The Grammy Award-nominated star shot to fame with her self-penned single Ghost in 2014 and is best known for her song Closer, a collaboration with DJ duo The Chainsmokers. The singer last performed in Singapore at the Padang as one of musical acts of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix in 2016.

When: 8 August, 8pm
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket Prices: $88 – $158

Teresa Teng Virtual Reality World Tour 2018

The late legendary singer Teresa Teng will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in the form of a hologram. Widely considered as one of the most famous singers ever in Asia, Teng will be brought back to life through the use of lights, laser, projection and video as well as special effects. The concert will also feature three singers – Vanatsaya Viseskul, Chen Jia and Wang Jing – and Grammy-winning violinist Jamii Szmadzinski.

When: 11 August 2018, 7.30pm
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: $88 – $188

Clean Bandit Live in Singapore

Electronic music band Clean Bandit were originally scheduled to perform on 22 January but had to cancel their show after drummer Luke Patterson was diagnosed with chickenpox. The British outfit rose to prominence with their breakout hit Rather Be, featuring the vocals of British singer Jess Glynne. The Grammy Award-winning trio has since gained worldwide attention with their infectious radio hits Symphony and Rockabye.

When: 15 August 2018, 8pm
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket Prices: $68 – $188

Paramore ‘After Laughter’ tour

Rock superstars Paramore are set to make a return to Singapore during their After Laughter tour. The Grammy-winning band – compromising lead singer Hayley Williams, guitarist Taylor York and drummer Zac Farro –  is known for smash hits such as Ain’t It Fun and Still Into You.

When: 21 August 2018, 8pm
Where: Zedd @ BigBox Singapore
Ticket price: $168

Boyzone ‘Boyzone Live’ tour

The popular Irish boyband returns to Singapore for a one-night only concert to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Since the group was formed in 1993, they have sold over 25 million records worldwide, and are best known for their hits, “Picture Of You”, “Words” and “No Matter What”.

When: 21 August 2018
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket Prices: From $98

Sam Smith ‘The Thrill Of It All’ tour

Award-winning singer-songwriter Sam Smith is set to hold his first concert in Singapore as part of the Asian leg of his “The Thrill Of It All” world tour. The popular English artist made his mainstream breakthrough after being featured on a collaboration with electronic music duo Disclosure on the the 2012 hit single, “Latch”. Smith is also widely known for his own songs, “Stay With Me”, “I’m Not The Only One” and “Too Good With Goodbyes”.

When: 2 October 2018
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket Prices: $128 – $348

Mariah Carey ‘Live in Concert’

The Grammy-award winning singer Mariah Carey last performed in Singapore in 2014 at the National Stadium. The pop diva, known for her hit songs such as We Belong Together, One Sweet Day and Hero, is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 200 million records. Her last album, Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse was released in 2014.

When: 3 November 2018, 8pm
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket prices: $88 – $348

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