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BREAKING: Sing Jazz announce stellar line up for 2018 – Ms. Lauryn Hill, Jamie Cullum, Lalah Hathaway and more

BREAKING: Sing Jazz announce stellar line up for 2018 – Ms. Lauryn Hill, Jamie Cullum, Lalah Hathaway and more

The line-up for 2018's Singapore International Jazz Festival (SING JAZZ) has finally been announced, with Ms. Lauryn Hill (pictured), Jamie Cullum, and Lalah Hathaway leading the way.

The 5th edition of Sing Jazz will take place at Marina Bay Sands (MBS), from 6 to 8 April 2018, and is set to accommodate over 20,000 fans. The Main Stage and The Late Show will feature a whopping 30 hours of performances spread across the three-day festival. 

The acts announced for the festival so far are: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Jamie Cullum, Lalah Hathaway, Parov Stelar, Brand New Heavies, Incognito featuring Omar and Leee John, the Jazz Association SG Orchestra (JASSO) led by Jeremy Monteiro, and House of the Gypsies, with more to be announced in the coming weeks. 

Tickets for Sing Jazz 2018 will go on sale on Thursday, 1 Feb at 12pm Singapore time via Marina Bay Sands and APACTix. Tickets will be available at S$108 for Early Bird Single Day Main Stage passes and The Late Show passes respectively (available till 10 February), $138 for General Admission Single Day Main Stage passes and The Late Show passes respectively, S$248 for a Single Day Full Festival pass and $488 for a Full Festival Weekend pass.

Check out the current performance schedule below:

The Main Stage (4pm to 10pm):

  • Friday, 6 April – Parov Stelar
  • Saturday, 7 April – Lalah Hathaway, Jamie Cullum
  • Sunday, 8 April – JASSO (The Jazz Association SG Orchestra) led by Jeremy Monteiro, House Of The Gypsies, Brand New Heavies, Incognito featuring Omar and Leee John

The Late Show (10pm to 4am)

  • Friday, 6 April – To be announced
  • Saturday, 7 April – Ms. Lauryn Hill

Sing Jazz 2018 will take place from 6 to 8 April 2018 at Marina Bay Sands from 10am onwards.

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