If you're looking into travelling to Singapore this year, you don't want to miss concerts they'll be having! We've prepared a short list of some of the biggest names that'll grace Singapore with their talents. You won't want to miss this chance of seeing your favourite artists live, up close and personal!
Deathcab for Cutie - Thursday, July 25, 2019
Esplanade Theater, Singapore
This band is known for their signature unconventional instrumentals and distinct vocal style of frontman, Ben Gibbard. These guys have been in the scene for a long time. They're touring their ninth studio album Thank You for Today, which was released August of last year. They will be playing songs from that album, along with classic hits from their previous albums.
CHON - Monday, August 05, 2019
Esplanade Theater, Singapore
Some people can't seem to follow what CHON is and what kind of music they play. CHON can be categorized as progressive and math rock. They will be playing songs from their first and second album. We can hope that they'll be playing new material.
Westlife - Saturday, August 10, 2019
Kallang National Stadium, Singapore
These boys don't need an introduction. Westlife helped shape the image of the boyband scene during the nineties. You wouldn't want to miss this chance to sing along to their iconic love songs and relive the old days.
LANY - Saturday, August 10, 2019
It looks like we have another headliner for this Saturday night. LANY, an indie pop band from Los Angeles will also be gracing Singapore. They will most likely be playing songs from their studio albums and their EPs. Although LANY is relatively new to the scene, they have a huge fanbase. Expect a packed venue for this one!
Snow Patrol - Sunday, September 01, 2019
University Cultural Centre Hall, Nus, Singapore
The rock band that brought you the world famous Chasing Cars. While this British rock band has been in the scene for a while, their major break into the international scene wasn't until their second album. Eyes Open reached worldwide success after its release in 2005. You can expect a mashup of old and new songs during the concert.
The 1975 - Monday, September 16, 2019
The Star Theatre, Singapore
This indie synth-pop alternative rock band has been gaining momentum for a few years now. They're pretty famous, especially for the younger generation. Their self-titled debut album reached the top UK charts with songs like Sex, Chocolate, and Robbers. They have released 2 more albums and the 4th one is on the way.
Backstreet Boys - Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore
Again, another big name in the pop industry. These boys don't need an introduction. They will be doing their DNA world tour. It is the tenth studio album released by the powerhouse boyband. Expect nothing less than greatness during this concert.
These are just some of the few concerts that will be gracing Singapore this year. A lot more rising stars and big names will be going. So if ever you're in Singapore during these dates, you won't want to miss a chance to catch these artists live!
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