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Halsey’s out but Hot Dub Time Machine, G Flip are in for Neon Lights 2019!


While it was previously announced that Halsey will be one of the headlining acts at this year’s Neon Lights Festival, an update yesterday sadly revealed that the singer will no longer be performing at the festival this Sunday.

Time to turn that frown outside down though, as two more names have been added to the lineup!

One-man party machine Hot Dub Time Machine and breakout Australian star G Flip will both be heating up the stage on Sunday.

Hot Dub Time Machine joins Ice Cream Sundays, Clean Bandit DJ/ MC Set and Fleetmac Wood at The Bandstand, while G Flip and her four-piece band will share the stage with Aurora, BadBadNotGood, Gus Dapperton, Cosmo’s Midnight and Joan.

Festivalgoers who’ve seen Hot Dub Time Machine at Coachella and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival know that this guy can really heat up the dance floor. 

In just a span of a year, G Flip has held eight showcases at SXSW.
G Flip, who’s just wrapped up her nationwide tour in Australia, is making her Singapore debut at Neon Lights. She is signed under Future Classic, the same Australian record label that houses Flume, Flight Facilities and fellow Neon Lights Festival performer Nick Murphy a.k.a. Chet Faker.  

Kicking off this Saturday, 23 November, Neon Lights Festival will include performances by Mumford & Sons, Honne, Mura Masa, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Disco Hue, Shak & the Baits, AndreaH on the Main Stage, and DJs Gonzo, Intriguant, Aalely, Kid Fiesta, and Ramesh at the Bandstand. 

There will also be various artists and activities featured at the festival, such as Mariachi Viva Mexico, Bloco Singapura, Francois Knoetze, Aliens of Manila x Singapore, Silent Disco and many more.  

Following Halsey’s cancellation, those who wish to get refunds on their 24th November Single-Day Pass and conversion of Two-Day passes to Saturday, 23rd November Single Day Pass can do so by heading to www.neonlights.sg/experience/ticket_refund

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