Yuna, Interpol, Cigarettes After Sex to perform at Neon Lights festival

From left: US-based Malaysian R&B singer Yuna and American indie rock band Interpol (PHOTO: Neon Lights, Jamie James Medina)

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.

Other international acts set to play at the festival are Canadian electronic musician Caribou, UK indie rock band The Vaccines, UK post-punk band Shame, Canadian R&B band Rhye, American art-punk band Bodega, Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit, Australian reggae band Sticky Fingers, and Thai roots music band Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.

Two homegrown acts – synthpop band Riot !n Magenta and dreampop band Sobs – will also take to the stage at the third edition of Neon Lights.

The festival will take place at Fort Gate in Fort Canning Park from 9 to 11 November. 

Limited early bird single-day and multi-day tickets, priced from $25 to $250, are out on sale on SISTIC, as well as on the Neon Lights website.

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