2016 is definitely a great festival year for Singapore as many renowned bands and music artistes will be making their way to the country for plenty of exciting concerts and gigs!
For the next three to four months, concert-goers in Singapore and nearby regions will be able to catch one-man band Panic! At the Disco, Brooklyn instrumental fusion band Snarky Puppy, the angel with the sultry voice Rachael Yamagata, as well as indie pop twins Tegan and Sara, performing in Singapore on different dates.
In June, Rachael Yamagata is set to bewitch the Singaporean music lovers once again with her melodic yet haunting vocals after the Neon Lights Festival held last year at Fort Canning Park. Her gig will take place at the Esplanade Concert Hall on 2 June. Tickets are sold at SGD98, SGD88, SGD68 and SGD48 via sistic.com.sg.
After being captivated by Yamagata’s soothing performance, Singaporeans will then get to boogie and groove with the talented jazz ensemble, Snarky Puppy on 7 June, also at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Tickets will be sold on apactix.com, priced at SGD138, SGD128, SGD98, SGD88, SGD78 and SGD68.
Moving on to July, indie pop twin sisters Tegan and Sara will be ready to perform in Singapore on 29 July, in support of their eighth studio album, “Love You to Death”. Their concert will take place at The Star Theatre @ The Star Performing Arts Centre with tickets priced at SGD68, SGD88, SGD148 and SGD228, also available at sistic.com.sg.
This coming August, Singaporean fans will be able to catch the handsome one-man band from Panic! At the Disco, Brendon Urie who is currently on a tour to promote his fifth album, “Death of a Bachelor”. The concert will be held at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre on 16 August, and the tickets are priced at SGD148, SGD128, SGD118, SGD108 and SGD98, also on sistic.com.sg.
Meanwhile, other performers who will also be heading to the country in the upcoming months include Selena Gomez on 27 July, Kenny Rogers on 6 August, Weezer on 15 August and Nothing But Thieves on 18 August.