From indie musicians to exciting big acts, check out the most poppin' upcoming concerts in Singapore.
We love the electrifying feeling of attending amazing concerts in Singapore. Just think of that unreal moment when your favourite songs get played live. You can’t help but feel the connection and excitement along with hundreds and thousands of other fans. And how can you ignore the bass pounding in your chest? If you’re ready to immerse yourself in live music and spectacular stage acts, hold on tight. These performances are gonna blow you out of the water.
Concerts in Singapore: 2023/2024 edition
1. Mamamoo+ 1st Fan Concert [Two Rabbits Code] in Singapore
Calling all Mamamoo fans: Solar and Moonbyul, aka the hit K-pop girl group’s subunit duo Mamamoo+, will be staging their first fan concert here in mid-November. Get ready to experience high-energy performances and exciting interactions at The Star Theatre. Maybe the other two members will make surprise appearances too? Fingers crossed!
Mamamoo+ 1st Fan Concert [Two Rabbits Code] in Singapore, ticket prices start at $138, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
2. Manic Street Preachers & Suede Live in Singapore
Do you know what’s better than one live act? Two in one concert! *laughs like Sesame Street’s The Count* Suede and Manic Street Preachers, two of the UK’s biggest rock bands, are bringing their co-headlining tour to our sunny island. Look forward to a rockin’ good time as the groups perform all their greatest hits and latest songs.
Manic Street Preachers & Suede Live in Singapore, ticket prices start at $138, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
3. Bloc Party & Interpol Live in Singapore
Following the Suede and Manic Street Preachers double-whammy, rock superstars Bloc Party and Interpol are coming together to perform a transatlantic gig in Singapore. Fans can look forward to headbanging anthems from the two bands’ expansive discographies and a memorable show.
Bloc Party & Interpol Live in Singapore, ticket prices start at $132, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
4. GroovyRoom and Gemini (KR) Live in Singapore
What are you doing on Friday night? If you have no plans, join GroovyRoom and Gemini for a happening show at Dhoby Ghaut. Sway and groove to addictive K-Hiphop tunes such as Sunday, Don’t You Know, and VVS. You’ll also get a live preview of Gemini’s latest EP. Throat’s feeling parched from all that screaming? Soju, makgeolli (Korean rice wine), and beer are available at the counter.
GroovyRoom and Gemini (KR) Live in Singapore, ticket prices start at $136, #01-52, 1 Sophia Road, Singapore 228149
5. Disney Princess – The Concert in Singapore
26 & 27 November
Relive your childhood by attending a magical evening with various Disney princesses at Esplanade Theatre! See if you can recognise the royal figures on stage and sing your heart out to beloved songs. You’ll also get exclusive insights and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories from the actors’ time on stage and screen.
Disney Princess – The Concert in Singapore, ticket prices start at $78, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
6. D4vd // Petals to Thorns Tour 2023 // Singapore
Say goodbye to the Monday blues and join D4vd at Capitol Theatre. Kicking off his first-ever tour in Singapore, the genre-defying multihyphenate will leave you spellbound with songs ranging from indie rock and pop to R&B and even beachy ballads.
D4vd // Petals to Thorns Tour 2023 // Singapore, tickets sold out, Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road, Singapore 178907
7. Johnny Orlando The Ride Tour
Hailing from Toronto, this multi-hyphenate is set to take Singapore by storm in November with his highly anticipated tour. Catch the award-winning soloist as he serenades concert-goers with live renditions of tracks from all his releases, including his new project The Ride.
Johnny Orlando The Ride Tour, ticket prices start at $98, Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road, Singapore 178907
8. James Arthur South East Asia Tour 2023
Those who’ve been following James Arthur’s meteoric rise since clinching The X Factor title in 2012 will be thrilled to know the singer-songwriter will perform at Buona Vista. Fans can look forward to chart-topping hits like Say You Won’t Let Go, Rewrite The Stars, Impossible, and Can I Be Him. Get ready to sing along all night!
James Arthur South East Asia Tour 2023, tickets sold out, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
9. Lee Junho 1st Fanmeeting Tour <Junho The Moment 2023> in Singapore
If the name rings a bell, it’s time to get excited: multi-skilled South Korean entertainer Lee Junho will swing into town this December. The beloved K-pop idol and K-drama actor, who has captured the hearts of fans as well as endeared him to critics with his talents, promises an intimate and unforgettable experience for everyone.
Lee Junho 1st Fanmeeting Tour <Junho The Moment 2023> in Singapore, ticket prices start at $138, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
10. Fall Out Boy So Much For (Tour) Dust Live in Singapore
The last time this renowned four-piece rock band played on our shores was in 2018; after five years, Fall Out Boy brings its latest tour to Singapore. Get ready to part with your money and see the boys perform the songs you know and love live, such as Dance, Dance, This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race, and My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up). You’ll be screaming “thnks fr th mmrs” to them at the concert’s end.
Fall Out Boy So Much For (Tour) Dust Live in Singapore, tickets sold out, Halls 401-403, Level 4, Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
11. The War On Drugs Live in Singapore
No, this isn’t a campaign concert by our government. The War On Drugs, universally acclaimed by critics as “the best American rock band this decade”, will be performing for the first time in Singapore this December. It’s also the group’s only Asian headline concert, aka all the more you should attend this. When else can you see them perform their breakthrough hit, Lost In The Dream?
The War On Drugs Live in Singapore, ticket prices start at $99, The Theatre at Mediacorp, 1 Stars Avenue, Singapore 138507
12. Fly By Midnight presents the “Anemoia 24” Tour in Singapore
7 January 2024
Kick off the brand new year with this pop duo’s performance at the Esplanade. Singer-songwriters Justin Bryte and Slavo are bringing their tour to Asia for the first time. Concertgoers can look forward to live renditions of their popular releases like What If I Wasn’t Done Loving You, In The Night, and Infinitely Falling.
Fly By Midnight presents the “Anemoia 24” Tour in Singapore, ticket prices start at $108, Esplanade Annexe Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
13. Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres World Tour
23, 24, 26, 27, 30 & 31 January 2024
Coldplay fans, it looks like your prayers have finally been answered – the band will play six dates at the National Stadium next January! The tour has received rave reviews from fans and critics alike, amassing accolades at the 2022 American Music Awards and the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards. As we count down the days to the band’s arrival, check out what we have in store for them.
Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres World Tour, tickets sold out, Singapore National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629
14. Melanie Martinez: Portals Tour in Singapore
25 January 2024
You may know this alt-pop phenom, but are you familiar with Cry Baby? That’s Melanie Martinez’s new creature alter ego, who’ll be taking her place when she performs in Singapore early next year. Expect an avant-garde cinematic production featuring cool costumes and eerie soundscapes. This tour is in support of the pop auteur’s long-awaited new album, which debuted at the second position on the Billboard 200 charts.
Melanie Martinez: Portals Tour in Singapore, ticket prices start at $108, Singapore Expo, 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150
15. Brent Faiyaz: It’s A Wasteland Tour
1 February 2024
Looking for a night of introspection? If you’re a fan of Lauryn Hill, you should get your tickets to Brent Faiyaz’s first Asian tour, which makes a stopover in Singapore next February. Concertgoers can look forward to vibey songs with relatable lyrics and stories, which include the hit single Dead Man Walking.
Brent Faiyaz: It’s A Wasteland Tour, ticket prices start at $88, Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road, Singapore 178907
16. Ed Sheeran: +-=÷x Tour in Singapore
16 February 2024
No, this is not girl math – it’s Ed Sheeran’s record-breaking tour landing in Singapore! (Just in time for Valentine’s Day too. Well, kinda.) Let the ginger mister serenade you with the chart-topping hits you’ve been listening to everywhere you go. Shape of You? Check. Bad Habits? Yes, we bet that’s on the setlist too. Thinking Out Loud? Everyone will riot if Ed doesn’t perform that song.
Ed Sheeran: +-=÷x Tour in Singapore, tickets sold out, Singapore National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629
17. Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour
2 to 4 and 7 to 9 March 2024
Swifties, are you ready for T-Swizzle’s Eras Tour next year? Call it what you want, but we dub this a loving greatest hits tribute to all her musical releases. Taylor performs 44 songs in 10 distinct sections, characterised by the albums’ colours and themes. Fingers crossed she’ll perform Red, since she’ll be here in the Little Red Dot! In the meantime, we’ve listed places she has to visit when she returns.
Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour, tickets sold out, Singapore National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629
18. Jack Johnson – Live in Singapore
7 March 2024
Imagine you’re in Hawaii right now… sunny skies, mai tais at the beach, and breezy tunes in the background. It’s too bad not all of us can go there, but we know the next best option: bringing the country to our shores. Jack Johnson will be bringing his brand of soft rock and acoustic pop songs to Singapore in March, and we’re excited. Aloha, Jack!
Jack Johnson – Live in Singapore, ticket prices start at $99, #04-01, The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
19. Niall Horan: “The Show” Live On Tour in Singapore
9 May 2024
One Direction fans, your feasting continues into the new year. After Harry and Louis, Niall is the third (former) member to make his way to our sunny island. The Irish superstar is slated to perform songs from his solo releases, including his latest album The Show. Get ready to hear Slow Hands and This Town live and sing the song back to Niall!
Niall Horan: “The Show” Live On Tour in Singapore, ticket prices start at $108, Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
What you missed…
20. We Will Rock You Musical 2023
5 to 22 January
You simply can’t miss this epic rock-concert-musical by Queen and Ben Elton this January. You’re in for a fist-pumping time down at Esplanade, where you’ll have the opportunity to bop to 24 of Queen’s biggest hits. Get down to songs like Killer Queen, Under Pressure, Radio Ga Ga, I Want to Break Free, Don’t Stop Me Now, Bohemian Rhapsody, and We Will Rock You.
21. The Vamps: Greatest Hits Tour
Celebrate 10 years of The Vamps on their Greatest Hits Tour that’s finally arriving on our shores this February. The four-piece British pop band will entertain the masses with fan-favourite songs like Can We Dance, Somebody To You and Oh Cecilia. It’s gonna be an exhilarating night.
22. Phoebe Bridgers Reunion Tour
14 to 15 February
Get ready for not one, but two nights of smashing shows by Phoebe Bridgers this February! Now on her second solo tour, her 80-minute sets will include top hits like Kyoto and Punisher. Don’t miss catching this Grammy-nominated artist in action.
23. Westlife The Wild Dreams Tour
16, 17 and 18 February
Who’s ready for three whole nights of Westlife? Sing your heart out to hits by this beloved Irish boyband. They’ve been around since 1998, and their iron grip on fans all around the world is still going strong. Get your tickets and bops to chart-toppers like Uptown Girl, My Love and World Of Our Own.
24. Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour 2023
It’s boyband season and we’re loving it. The Backstreet Boys have returned to our city to knock our socks off. We’re convinced it’s going to be quite the show – their DNA World Tour has been selling out arenas across Europe, America and Asia. Did you manage to snag a ticket?
25. Arctic Monkeys Asia Tour 2023
We’re screaming at the arrival of Arctic Monkeys in Singapore. This concert marks the very first appearance of this English rock band in the Lion City. No wonder tickets were sold out almost immediately. Get ready for a foot-stomping, out-of-this-world experience as you rock out to songs like Do I Wanna Know, 505 and R U Mine.
26. OneRepublic Live In Concert
Grammy-nominated OneRepublic will be bringing the roof down at The Star Theatre. We’ve been counting years and Counting Stars since their last performance in Singapore. Catch them before they head off to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Taipei and Tokyo.
27. Pentatonix: The World Tour
We’ve heard tons of amazing reviews of this world tour. You’ve gotta drop by The Star Theatre to catch Grammy-Award winning a cappella group Pentatonix in action. Listen to them belt hit-favourite songs from their 11 full-length studio albums, and sing along until you’re sick (in the best way).
28. Harry Styles Love On Tour 2023
Nothing’s ever going to be As It Was once you’ve caught Harry Styles live in Singapore! Love On Tour is his second concert tour in support of albums Fine Line and Harry’s House. Scream and sing your heart out to songs such as Watermelon Sugar, Cherry, Love Of My Life and, of course, As It Was.
29. Sting: My Songs 2023
Ready for a rocking great time? Sting’s My Songs concert presents a dynamic show featuring beloved songs like Fields of Gold, Shape Of My Heart and Demolition Man. It’s been described as ‘a masterclass’ and ‘near peerless’ by publications like The Times and The Guardian. So you know you’re really in for quite the night.
30. Tomorrow x Together World Tour: Act: Sweet Mirage
Popular South Korean group Tomorrow x Together is set to arrive on Singapore shores for its second world tour. Grab your tickets and head down to the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 1 April for an electrifying performance. The quintet will be performing hit tracks such as Blue Hour, Anti-Romantic, and 9 and Three Quarters (Run Away).
31. Louis Tomlinson: Faith In The Future World Tour 2023
Don’t miss the chance to catch Louis Tomlinson in the flesh at The Star Theatre this April! The former One Direction singer will be kicking off the Asian leg of his tour in Bangkok, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore in support of his Faith In The Future album. Fans can expect to jam to tunes from this record, including Written All Over Your Face, Out Of My System, and Holding On To Heartache.
32. Blackpink World Tour [Born Pink] Singapore
13 and 14 May
Blackpink’s finally in our area this weekend! This legendary K-pop group will be blowing it out of the water at the Singapore National Stadium two nights in a row! Ddu-du ddu-du whatever you can to get your hands on a ticket and taste that pink venom. It’s gonna be a concert that’ll kill this love.
33. Honne: May 2023 Asia Tour
We’ve been eagerly awaiting the return of Honne, our beloved alt-pop duo, for the last four years. This May, get ready to throw your hands up and dance along to classic hits from their first two albums. This includes new tracks from their recent releases too. We’re so looking forward to tunes like No Song Without You and Let’s Just Say The World Ended A Week From Now, What Would You Do?.
34. Damien Rice
Remember Cannonball? Or maybe you’re more familiar with The Blower’s Daughter. If you know what (and who) we’re talking about, heads up: Damien Rice returns to serenade you at The Star Theatre in June. Get set for an emotionally raw evening filled with introspection, all accompanied by an acoustic guitar and unique vocal delivery.
35. BoyWithUke 2023 Asia Tour
If you’re still clueless about BoyWithUke, you’re not alone. There’s not much we know about him, apart from his signature glowing mask and minute-long songs that have taken over TikTok. But we’ll take what we can get – a night at the Capitol Theatre with this masked singer performing everything he’s released, including his biggest alt-pop hit, Toxic.
36. Suga of BTS: ‘Agust D’ Solo World Tour
16 to 18 June
BTS fans, listen up! Other members of BTS may be tied up with solo projects or fulfilling mandatory military service, but Suga will be taking the world by storm with his upcoming solo world tour. Catch him live in action as he hits the stage to perform a mix of self-produced and self-written songs under the moniker Agust D.
37. Nmixx Showcase Tour <Nice To Mixx You>
Get up close to the newest K-pop girl group Nmixx when they arrive on our shores in June. Let the sextet impress you with their vocal and dance skills, as they welcome you into their Mixx Pop world. Time to roll the dice and love them like this!
38. Ive The First Fan Concert <The Prom Queens>
It’s time to take a love dive with Ive at their first fan concert in Singapore. South Korea’s prom queens are set to dial things up to eleven with live renditions of their latest hits as well as tracks from their new album. Expect song covers, dance performances, and plenty of fanservice here.
39. Daniel Caesar – “Superpowers World Tour – Leg 1: Asia”
Daniel Caesar, one of the most-streamed Canadian artists on Spotify, is taking his world tour to Singapore. See the multi-platinum Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter-producer perform all his hits, including this year’s releases, Do You Like Me? and Let Me Go.
40. Rini Live in Singapore: Past The Naked Eye 2023 Asia Tour
If you like a dose of vulnerability in your music, Rini is the next concert you should attend. The Melbourne-raised, genre-defying artist has plenty to sing about on his tour. Get ready for a cathartic night as he performs songs exploring the nuances of love, growth, and self-discovery.
41. The 1975 ‘At Their Very Best’ Tour
18 and 19 July
Rock out with The 1975 as they make their highly anticipated return to Singapore in July. Known for an eclectic mix of genres, including glossy pop, punk, garage rock, electro-funk, and even country, this iconic English pop-rock band has captured the hearts of fans around the world. We’re looking forward to hit songs like Oh Caroline, It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You), and Fallingforyou.
42. Peach Tree Rascals Live in Singapore
How about a night with Californian indie band Peach Tree Rascals? Known for catchy melodies, emotional lyrics, and unique sound, the group is setting the stage ablaze at Hard Rock Cafe as part of its Asia tour. Look forward to hearing popular songs like Fumari and Deer live in July!
43. Hongjoin’s I’m So Far From You
We’re all for supporting local acts, and we can’t wait to catch this 21-year-old’s concert in Singapore this weekend! His headline show’s title is derived from a recurring lyric throughout his extended play. Hongjoin will be performing songs from his latest release, F(ool), while also revisiting Petrichor, his previous folk-pop effort.
44. Sabrina Carpenter: Emails I Can’t Send Tour
Singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter is taking over Marina Bay Sands for one night only as part of her latest tour. Taken from her fifth album released last year, fans can expect songs like Sue Me, Paris, and Nonsense to be performed. There might even be a song cover or two if you’re lucky. Psst: this is a free-standing concert, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
45. Dhruv Live in Singapore
Have you been waiting for Dhruv to hold a concert here? Well, wait no longer, honey – the breakout star is making his way back to Singapore this July as part of his Asia tour. Be enthralled as he performs his unflinchingly honest songs, which include the viral hit Double Take, Airplane Thoughts, and recent single Stable Life.
46. The Strokes Live In Singapore 2023
2 and 3 August
Get ready to set the room on fire, as The Strokes lands in Singapore this August for one night only. The quintet will perform its brand of indie rock, coupled with elements of glam and dreamy pop. Get up to the new abnormal and rock out to singles such as Reptilia, All The Time, Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus, and You Only Live Once.
47. Lany: First The Moon, Then The Stars: A Tour Before A World Tour
That’s a very long tour name if we do say so ourselves. Pop-rock band Lany is returning to Asia, with a stopover in Singapore this August. Fans will be excited to hear the group perform their anthems live – that includes Malibu Nights and I Quit Drinking. Get hyped for an energetic, entrancing night.
48. Umi Asia Tour 2023 in Singapore
How about a relaxing concert that aids in healing and human connection? Let Umi soothe your soul with her brand of R&B and folk music, which’ll leave you captivated and inspired at night’s end. The queer community will definitely feel more understood too, thanks to her thematic songs. Go for the meditation experience, which includes a meet and greet and a pre-show meditation session with the singer.
49. Twice 5th World Tour ‘Ready To Be’ in Singapore
2 and 3 September
Bring out your lightsticks and practise those fan chants, Twice fans, ‘cos the girls are ready to return! After skipping the island on the previous tour, the nonet has included Singapore this time around. What can you expect this time around? Songs from the latest album, solo stages, exciting dance breaks, and a full band accompanying the group. Don’t be shy (shy shy) – get it together and cheer up!
50. Anson Seabra: The Neverland Tour
This emotive singer-songwriter is bringing his tour to Asia, and one of his stops is our Little Red Dot. Catch the Missouri native for one night as he belts his viral hits, Peter Pan Was Right, Kryptonite, and I Can Love Anyone (As Long As It’s You). Get those tissues ready – it’s going to be a cryfest at this concert.
51. Lauv: The Between Albums Tour
Send Lauv your love because he’s returning to Singapore! The pop visionary will bring his headline tour and supporting guest act Alexander23 here in September, and we can’t wait. Get ready to sing along to familiar hits such as I Like Me Better, I’m So Tired, and Who. This is one concert you shouldn’t miss.
52. Little Things – Kit Chan 30th Anniversary Concert
8 to 10 September
Join national icon Kit Chan in celebrating her illustrious music career with a three-night concert at Marina Bay Sands this September. The set list includes fan favourites, songs that have never been staged previously, and the first live performance of Kit’s 30th-anniversary release penned by her long-time friend and music collaborator.
53. P1Harmony Live Tour [P1UStage H:P1oneer] In Singapore
Any P1Harmony fans? Well, get excited because the six-member South Korean boyband will be performing in Singapore for the first time! Be mesmerised by Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob as they bring their self-written music and scene-stealing performances to the stage. Fans can look forward to seeing their favourite tracks sung live, including their debut release Siren.
54. Epik High All Time High In Singapore
If Korean hip hop is your thing, don’t miss seeing Epik High perform live at Pasir Panjang Power Station later this month. Singapore’s the only Southeast Asian stop on the trio’s current tour, so expect a huge turnout! Fans can expect the usual from Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz: dynamic performances and heartwarming interactions. It’s going to be epic…
55. “Man With A Mission World Tour 2023 ~Wolves On Parade~” Asia Mission In Singapore
Are you into J-Rock or a fan of anime and manga? You’ll want to read this. The half-man, half-wolf quintet Man With A Mission is bringing its anticipated tour here after a successful run in Europe and Japan. Be prepared for an unforgettable night as the band is on a mission to showcase its unique style and signature energy.
56. A1: Twenty Five Live in Singapore
This year’s boyband revival continues with A1, who’s making a comeback in Singapore this October – just in time to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary in the music industry! The original line-up, consisting of Paul, Christian, Mark, and Ben, will perform classic hits such as Like A Rose, Same Old Brand New You, and Caught In The Middle alongside songs from their forthcoming album. Have we unlocked a core memory yet?
57. Tiny Moving Parts Asia Tour: Round Two
If you’re a regular at Emo Night SG, we reckon you’ll know this trio. Expect a dynamic show with gripping melodies and lyricism from Tiny Moving Parts; the performance is part of Singapore Rockfest. Bonus point for performing in the afternoon – we definitely welcome more concerts at that time!
58. Charlie Puth Presents The “Charlie” Live Experience
He won’t be one call away – Charlie Puth will be Left and Right in October when he returns with his tour to support his latest release. Grab your tickets (pre-sale starts on 13 June) so you can see this revered singer-songwriter-producer live, performing smash hits such as Attention, We Don’t Talk Anymore, and Light Switch.
59. Weezer Live in Singapore
Remember Weezer? (Please say yes, otherwise you’ll make us feel old.) Coming off a successful American tour, the indie rock band returns to Singapore to meet with fans and perform their hit songs – the last time they did that was back in 1996! So block your calendar and join the boys as they run through their iconic discography, which includes Buddy Holly, Island In The Sun (that always reminds us of Sentosa), All My Favorite Songs, and their recent cover of Toto’s Africa.
60. Rex Orange County Live in Asia 2023
Hands up if you thought Rex Orange County was a band – we definitely did (oops). This solo act has taken to the road and made Singapore a stopover as part of his Asian tour. Get up close with the English singer as he performs songs from his latest release, Who Cares?, including hit track Open A Window featuring Tyler, The Creator.
61. Lee Youngji 1st Asia Tour ‘The Main Character’ – Singapore
Those looking for a night of poignant storytelling accompanied by dynamic beats should get tickets for Lee Youngji’s first concert in Singapore. Watch the South Korean rapper tackle a wide range of subjects on stage, from her personal experiences and social commentary to musings about love, life, and identity.
62. Sam Smith: Gloria The Tour
The end of October is a good time to get unholy, with Halloween and Sam Smith both taking over the town. See the award-winning artist put up an extravagant show, bringing to life their top hits such as Gimme, Dancing With A Stranger, and I’m Not The Only One.
63. Eric Chou [Odyssey~Journey Returns] Tour Encore – Singapore
4 & 5 November
If you missed this Taiwanese superstar when he was here last year, now’s your chance to catch him in the act. What can fans expect this time around? A brand new four-sided stage with upgraded sound and lighting systems, a refreshed setlist, and diverse performances.
Book those tickets before it’s all sold out! We’re so excited about these bangin’ concerts in Singapore.