J Balvin, Bea Miller announced as part of Hydeout’s phase 3 line-up
Hydeout will be this region’s first multi-genre music festival, intended to bring everyone with a universal passion for music together and take them on the adventure of a lifetime throughout the four days of the concert.
Phase 3 has recently been announced, revealing huge names like J Balvin, Bea Miller, Tinashe, Salvatore Ganacci, Mercer, Sam Feldt and more!
You might recognise J Balvin from Cardi B’s “I Like It”, but he’s been a huge star in reggaeton for years now. With older hits like “6AM” and “Mi Gente”, as well as his newer songs like “I Can’t Get Enough” with Benny Blanco, Tainy, and Selena Gomez, he’s proven himself as a powerhouse to be reckoned with.
Joining him on the second weekend is Bea Miller, who got her start on “X-Factor”. Her unique blend of pop and electronica has shot many of her singles to virality, and the 20-year-old starlet shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.
Besides them, also performing is Swedish DJ Salvatore Ganacci, who is well-known for his peculiar yet captivating stage presence and immaculate beats. All the artists performing will bring something special of their own to the table, so you’re not going to want to miss out!
Details you need to know about Hydeout:
Date: 10-11 and 17-18 April 2020 (both Saturday and Sundays)
Time: 4pm – 11.30pm
Venue: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay
Have a look at all the artists announced so far – this festival is packed with your favourites!
Phase 3 also came with announcements of the Pantheon Stage takeovers. Each day of the festival has a new “takeover” performance.
The first day will be a trance takeover featuring names like Andrew Rayel, Blastoyz and David Gravell, with supporting guests Chukiess & Whackboi and Corti Organ. Day 2 will see “Youtopia”, a medley of cultures woven together into one explosive performance.
Monstercat, the label that gave us Marshmello, will make their Singapore debut on the 17th, while experienced stage curators Brownies & Lemonade (B&L) will bring their best for the final performance on the last day.
Here are the collaborations you can look forward to.
If you purchase passes before this 31 January, you can receive early bird rates. It’s SGD158 (N.P. SGD178) for a single day pass or SGD258 (N.P. SGD278) for a weekend pass. Note that if you want to attend both weekends, you will have to buy two weekend passes.
If you prefer to buy on the day itself, box offices will be available at the doors from 3pm-7pm, but there will be a limited number of tickets.
VIP packages and their perks will be available publicly soon, but currently you will have to contact Hydeout (hydeout.sg) directly for purchase or enquires.
Your ticket gets you a wristband on the day itself, which is what actually grants you entry. If you’re attending for a weekend, don’t remove the wristband when you leave on Saturday, because you’ll need to show it again on Sunday.
Hydeout has promised that the festival will take place no matter the weather, so dress appropriately.
The festival is only available to adults 18 and over, so remember to bring a valid ID to show at the door as proof.