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Update: Postmodern Jukebox cancels show in Singapore


UPDATE, 18 September 2017: The organisers of "Postmodern Jukebox Live in Singapore" has announced that the show has been cancelled due to "scheduling conflict".


"We regret to inform that Postmodern Jukebox's show on 6 October, 2017 will not go ahead due to a scheduling conflict. We truly apologise for any inconvenience caused. All Ticket holders may obtain a full refund from the point of purchase," read a statement shared by the organiser.


Everybody’s favourite vintage cover group Postmodern Jukebox or simply known as PMJ is making a return to Singapore after only less than a year.

The rotating music collective which was created by New York musician and arranger Scott Bradlee, is known for giving modern and pop songs a vintage spin like swing, jazz and Motown.


Since its inception in 2009, Postmodern Jukebox has amassed over 757 million YouTube views and 2.8 million subscribers, topping iTunes charts and played hundreds of sold-out shows all around the world.


Featuring more than 70 different rotating performers, the group has covered and reimagined songs by various famous artistes from Ariana Grande to PSY, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Imagine Dragons, NSYNC and more.


Performing on Friday, 6 October 2017 at the Star Theatre, tickets to the event range from SGD88 to SGD158 and can be purchased via sistic.com.sg.


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