Concerts coming to Singapore in 2018

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

Dua Lipa 

English-Albanian pop star Dua Lipa will be returning to Singapore in May, a year after she performed in the country in June. The one-night-only concert will take place at the Esplanade Theatre and will see the 22-year-old belting out her chart-topping hit “New Rules” and other popular tracks such as “IDGAF” and “Blow Your Mind (Mwah)”.

Where: Esplanade Theatre
When: 4 May
Ticket prices: From $88

Sheila Majid: The Concert Singapore 2018

Malaysia’s queen of jazz returns to Singapore as part of her world tour, which kicked off last year with a sold-out show in Kuala Lumpur. The 53-year-old singer began her singing career in 1984 and released her debut album “Dimensi Baru” a year later. She is well-known for evergreen songs such as “Sinaran”.

Where: The Star Performing Arts Centre
When: 3 March 2018
Ticket Prices: $98 to $278

Garden Beats Festival 2018

Bask in the sun and tropical dance tunes at this year’s Garden Beat Festival, which will be returning on 3 March at Fort Canning Park. This year’s lineup include a slew of international and local DJs such as Youngr, Pomo, and andhim. Early bird tickets are priced from S$85.

When: 3 March 2018
Where: Fort Canning Park
Ticket Prices: S$85 (early bird); S$95 (lazy bird); S$105 (regular)

MONSTA X special show for HSBC Women’s World Championship

South Korean boy group MONSTA X will be performing in Singapore on 3 March at The Coliseum at Hard Rock Hotel Singapore. It will be an exclusive show held as part of the annual women’s golf tournament.

When: 3 March 2018, 7:30pm
Where: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore
Ticket prices: $198 (super fan), $148 (general admission)

EXO PLANET #4 – The EyXiOn – in Singapore

After kicking off their first show in Seoul in November with a three-day concert in front of 66,000 people, the K-pop boy group will be heading to Singapore to wow fans here with spectacular lighting, visual effects and hits such as “Growl”, “CALL ME BABY” and “Monster”.

When: 3 March 2018
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket prices: $138 to $298

I Love 90s Concert

Fans of 90s pop groups S Club, 911 and 5ive are in for a treat as all three acts will be reuniting for a one-night only concert in Singapore. Tickets for the “I Love 90s” concert are priced from $118 to $178 and will be available for purchase via SISTIC from 25 October at 10am.

When: 10 March 2018
Where: The Star Theatre
Ticket Price: From $118

Shane Filan Live in Concert

The former lead singer of Irish boy group Westlife will be performing solo in Singapore this March. Shane Filan began his solo career in 2011, just two months after the boyband officially split. He has since released three studio albums, “You and Me” (2013), “Right Here” (2015) and “Love Always” (2017).

Where: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa
When: 10 March
Ticket prices: $118 to $138

Fifth Harmony PSA Tour Live in Singapore

The girl group will be coming to Singapore as part of their first tour sans fifth member Camila Cabello. The American group was formed in 2012 is famous for hit songs such as “Work from Home” and “He Like That”.

When: 14 March 2018
Where: Zepp BigBox Singapore
Ticket Price: From $98

Jeannie Hsieh ‘Sister Loves You’ concert in Singapore

Taiwan’s Queen of Hokkien techno and electropop will be having her first concert in Singapore on 31 March at the Resorts World Convention Centre.

The 43-year-old is famous for hit song “Sister” (2013), which garnered over 31 million views on YouTube. She took a break from her career in May 2016 to take care of her mother.

Where: Resorts World Convention Centre, Resorts World Ballroom
When: 31 March 2018
Ticket price: $128 to $288

Singapore International Jazz Festival

American hip-hop artiste Ms. Lauryn Hill will be headlining this year’s Sing Jazz festival, along with soul singer Lala Hathaway – daughter of Donna Hathaway – and English jazz-pop artiste Jamie Cullum. Tickets go on sale on 1 February at 12pm.

Where: Marina Bay Sands
When: 6 to 8 April 2018
Ticket price: From $108

Katy Perry Witness: The Tour

Let pop star Katy Perry take you on an imaginative trip from outer to inner space at her upcoming concert in Singapore as part of WITNESS: The Tour. The 33-year-old singer, who has released five albums, will be in torn to promote her latest release “Witness”, which includes songs such as “Chained to the Rhythm”, “Bon Appetit” and Swish Swish”.

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 8 April, 8pm
Ticket prices: $128 – $348

The Script Live in Singapore

The Irish rock band behind songs such as “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” and “Breakeven” will return to Singapore for the fourth time to promote their latest album “Freedom Child”. The Script, consisting of members Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power, was formed in 2001 and have produced five albums ever since.

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 12 April, 8pm
Ticket prices: $98 to $278

OneRepublic Live in Singapore

After performing at the 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, the American band that brought you hits such as “Counting Stars” and “If I Lose Myself” will be returning to the country for a one-night-only concert.

Where: The Star Performing Arts Centre
When: 23 April 2018
Ticket price: TBC

Fall Out Boy ‘Mania Tour’ in Singapore

Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley will be rocking the stage in Singapore this April as part of their ‘M A N I A’ tour. Named after their latest album, the upcoming concert will see the group perform new hits such as “Champion”.

Where: Zepp Bigbox
When: 30 April, 8pm
Ticket prices: $148 (standard)

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

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 next year 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


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

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

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