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Concerts in Singapore 2019: A definitive list of all the major concerts taking place this year

Concerts in Singapore 2019: A definitive list of all the major concerts taking place this year

2018 gave us an abundance of concerts, and brought us shows from the likes of Katy Perry, Harry Styles, Chance The Rapper, Judas Priest and more; but with a new year comes new concerts - we've rounded up a list of all the live shows taking place this year, here's what we know so far.

Events are linked to pages with more gig details. Past gigs are listed at the bottom of the page.


When: 22 March
Where: Gateway Theatre

With rock-inspired music as the group’s weapon of choice, the dark themes and heavy tunes make Korean girl group Dreamcatcher stand out in the massively crowded K-pop scene. And fans will get to see the ladies’ power-punching choreography when they stop by our shores as part of the Southeast Asian Tour.

Get your tickets here.


When: 24 March
Where: *SCAPE The Ground Theatre

Making his debut in Singapore is the youngest ARIA Award winner Ruel. He was awarded Breakthrough Artist of 2018 and earned his place to perform at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. With support from Elton John and M-Phazes, each of his three music videos have hit over a million views on YouTube. Grab your chance to see this fast rising star in action.

Get your tickets here.


When: 24 March

American deathcore titans Emmure is returning to Singapore this March for a good ole' dosage of moshing and breakdowns. Following the success of its 2017 album, the band will be bringing its newfound brutality to Singapore with an all-new line up. Get psyched. 

Get your tickets here.


When: 26 March
Where: The Star Theatre

Iconic British synth pop duo, Pet Shop Boys, will be performing at The Star Theatre as part of its The Super Tour in Asia. With global classics such as ‘West End Girls’ and ‘It’s A Sin’, it has solidified itself as a mainstay in dance music. The duo is currently working on a new album which is set to be released in 2019, so look out for new music at its show.

Get your tickets here.


When: 29 March
Where: SCAPE The Ground Theater

English singer-songwriter Tom Odell will perform in Singapore this March. The piano virtuoso was first discovered by pop singer, Lily Allen, who was head of now-defunct record label In The Name Of, and released his debut EP Songs From Another Love in October 2012. Subsequently, his debut album Long Way Down earned him a BRIT Award for Critic's Choice in the following year. 

Get your tickets here.


When: 1 April 
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium

John Mayer made ‘Your Body is a Wonderland’ and he might very well play it before your eyes at his first-ever Singapore show. This is not an April Fool’s day gag – this the result of prayers answered and wishes granted. Equal parts master class and upper-echelon pop entertainment, this show will make a tour de force of an evening.

Tickets for his show are sold out.


When: 3 April
Where: EBX Live Space

New Zealand musician, composer and record producer Connan Mockasin will make his debut appearance in Singapore in April. Leaning towards a more genre-blending, almost-left-field approach, Mockasin's unconventional sound has earned him high praises for all three full-length records, the latest being 2018's Jassbusters. Get ready for a mind-blowing experience.

Get your tickets here


When: 6 April
Where: The Star Theatre

Legendary pop star Belinda Carlisle will return to Singapore for a very special show this year to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her third studio album, Runaway Horses. To mark the momentous occasion, Carlisle will perform Runaway Horses in its entirety along with other smash hits such as 'Circle In The Sand', 'I Get Weak' and 'Heaven Is A Place On Earth'.

Get your tickets here.


When: 9 April
Where: The Capitol Theatre

UK's breakthrough pop star Anne-Marie is back. Just in October of 2018, the infectiously seductive singer stopped by our shores for the very first time for The Speak Your Mind Tour. And to be honest, we couldn't get enough of her body-blasting, chart-topping hits, so, we're glad she's back. We know we're in for a treat.

Get your tickets here.


When: 12 April
Where: EBX Live Space

Symmetry Entertainment is presenting a double bill with British duo Still Corners and Filipino Mellow Fellow. Both are big forces in dream pop and have released full studio albums in the last two years so get ready to immerse yourself in an intense night of dream pop greatness.

Get your tickets here.


When: 17 April
Where: Kilo Lounge

Electronic music duo AlunaGeorge will bring its sultry, amalgamated electronic pop sounds to The Lion City for the first-time-ever. Aluna Francis, who tours solo to represent the duo, will be sure to mesmerize audiences with her powerful and sensual vocals against George Reid's masterfully produced sounds. Don't miss this!

Get your tickets here.


When: 18 April
Where: EBX Live Space

American dream-pop/ indie rock band Wild Nothing will perform a slew of hits from its four studio albums, including its latest Indigo, which was released in 2018. The band's debut album, Nocturne, was No. 1 on both the Billboard New Artist and Alternative New Artist charts and also received "Best New Music" from Pitchfork. Singaporean shoegaze band Subsonic Eye will be supporting.

Get your tickets here.


When: 19 to 21 April
Where: Siloso Beach, Sentosa

Skechers Sundown Festival will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and its lineup matches the momentous occasion. With over 50 artists from 11 countries, the festival will see some of the biggest local and regional acts to perform on the sandy beaches of Sentosa. And that's not all, film screenings, eco-friendly art installations, glamping, flea markets and a food village will also be available to serve your every need. 

Get your tickets here.


When: 20 April
Where: Victoria Theatre

Twin sisters IBEYI will be gracing the halls of Victoria Theatre with their unique blend of soul, R&B, Jazz and Afro-Cuban instrumentals this April. With two globally acclaimed albums to their name, don't miss this chance to groove with one of the best duos in experimental dance music.


When: 20 April
Where: Zepp@Big Box

Highly-acclaimed Japanese songbird, Rimi Natsukawa, will celebrate her 20th year anniversary with a special concert. Revered for enchanting vocals and compositional abilities, she has produced numerous tracks in various languages, including her smash hit, ‘Nada Sou Sou’, which has seen renditions from the likes of artists such as Mamamoo and Against The Current. Come and celebrate this momentous occasion.

Get your tickets here.


When: 24 April
Where: Decline

Up-and-coming pop starlet Emily Burns will be making her way to Singapore. Since her debut, she has been creeping up on charts at a steady pace, with her latest single 'Too Cool' garnering favorable reviews across the globe. Don't miss your chance to catch the sweet, pop-driven tunes on this one-night-only performance.

Get your tickets here.


When: 25 April
Where: *SCAPE The Ground Theatre

Brooklyn-based trio, consisting of Josh Aubin, Lilah Larson and Hollywood actor Ezra Miller, Sons Of An Illustrious Father, will be making its debut in Singapore in April. Performing a blend of genres from punk rock to experimental, which the band dubbed as "genre queer", the band will be sure to electrify and move audiences with its highly political lyrics.

Get your tickets here.


When: 26 April
Where: National Stadium

Ed Sheeran, the best selling artist of 2017 and the fifth most-streamed artist of 2018, is set to return to Singapore in April of 2019. The performance will follow his two sold-out dates in Singapore last year. The show will also be his largest yet as he performs at the National Stadium for the first time. This time round, he will be supported by Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK.

Get your tickets here.


When: 27 April
Where: Zouk

Progressive trance duo Cosmic Gate will celebrate its 20th anniversary at Zouk this April as part of its Transfix series. With almost 20 years of live performances under its belt, expect a no-holds-barred rager from the illustrious veterans. Come and party with the masters of trance.

Tickets will be announced soon.


When: 29 April
Where: Capitol Theatre

Scottish duo, The Proclaimers, will return to Singapore to perform at The Capitol Theatre. The brothers, who are behind the global classic, ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 miles)’, released their latest album, Angry Cyclist, in August 2018. This will sure to be an enjoyable night filled with fun sing-a-longs for everyone.

Get your tickets here.

MAYDAY! Singapore 2019

When: 1 May
Where: Zepp@BIG BOX

Befitting the name of the event, American pop punk band Mayday Parade is set to headline Skesh Entertainment's Mayday! Singapore 2019. This edition will be held at a bigger location, Zepp@BIG Box, moving from EBX Live Space, where it has been held the previous few years. The second act that has been announced is With Confidence but with more to come, this will sure to be a night no pop punk fan will want to miss.

Get your tickets here.


When: 3 May
Where: The Star Theatre

Troye Sivan has had a whirlwind year. Having released his critically acclaimed sophomore album, Bloom, earlier this year, as well as collaborations with Ariana Grande and Charli XCX, Troye undoubtedly made 2018 his year. While he stopped by Singapore for a fan meet this year, fans have been clamouring for the emergent pop prince to play a full-fledged show so it’s great that the show is finally coming to fruition.

Get your tickets here.


When: 4 May

Jus2GOT7's newest subunit, consisting of Lim Jaebeom and Yugyeom, will be playing at a special showcase for its fans in May. The duo debuted its lead single, 'Focus On Me' with the accompanying music video in March, a day before it released its EP Focus. Get ready to hear the duo perform its new material and, maybe, songs from GOT7's discography.

Get your tickets here.


When: 11 May
Where: The Star Theatre

It seems as though Singapore can't get enough of Jason Mraz. After an electrifying performance at the National Stadium in late 2018, the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter is set to return to Singapore for a more intimate show as he performs at the Star Theatre in May. If you missed out on his show here in 2018, you might not want to miss this one, it's going to be a good time. 

Get your tickets here.


When: 15 May
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall

Thai born, New Zealand raised singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit returns to Singapore this May since his last performance in November 2018 at Neon Lights Festival. This time, he will be performing as part of the Esplanade Mosaic Music Series. The 'Lover Boy' singer will be sure to swoon and charm you all night long.

Get your tickets here


When: 15 & 16 May
Where: Capitol Theatre

Following an opening stint with Ed Sheeran in 2017, American singer-songwriter Lauv will return to Singapore for not one, but two headlining shows. Lauv has been making waves across the globe over the past two years, having released a slew of hits including 'I Like Me Better', 'A Different Way' with DJ SNAKE and most recently, 'There's No Way' with Julia Michaels. 

Tickets for both his shows are sold out.

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra

When: 18 May
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall

World-class orchestra Kingdom Hearts Orchestra will be coming to Singapore to bring the soundtrack of Kingdom Hearts to life. Developed by Disney and SQUARE ENIX, the game is now in its third series with a whole new soundtrack to boot. Come and witness a fully immersive experience of one of the world's most popular games and the music that shaped the game to perfection.

Get your tickets here.


When: 22 and 23 May
Where: EBX Live Space

Australian indie rock band Last Dinosaurs will be touring Asia and has announced that Singapore will be one of its stops. Its brand of rhythmic dance rock has caught the attention of many ever since its debut album In A Million Years in 2012. With its first date in Singapore sold out, don't miss your chance to catch them at its newly added second show.

Get your tickets for its second date here.


When: 25 May
Where: Sentosa Island

AIA Glow Festival will be making its grand debut with a stellar musical lineup, with these three confirmed acts, English drum and bass band Rudimental, Belgian DJ/producer Lost Frequencies and Singaporean pop band The Sam Willows. This single day health and wellness festival will be good time to nourish both your body and soul, so grab your friends and participate in activities such as yoga while bopping to feel-good music. And with more acts to be announced, its first edition is shaping up to be a spectacular one.

Get your tickets here.


When: 8 and 9 June
Where: Ultra Park

Hailed as one of Singapore's biggest EDM festivals, Ultra Singapore, is back with a lineup guaranteed to keep you partying for two-days-straight. Confirmed headliners are Skrillex, Martin Garrix and Porter Robinson and joining them are Welsh DJ Jamie Jones, techno/house duo Art Department, British DJ/ producer Eats Everything and electronica icon Josh Wink. Many more acts have yet to be announced but it's gearing up to be a fantastic one.

Get your tickets here.


When: 10 August
Where: TBA

Southeast Asia’s favourite synth-popsters, LANY, will return to Singapore a day after National Day in 2019, this time with their 2018 album Malibu Nights in tow. For an utterly contemporary pop-inflected and Internet-age take on young love and all its attendant joys and stresses, this show has no equal.

Get your tickets here.

THE 1975

When: September 16
Where: The Star Theatre

The 1975 has finally announced that it will perform in Singapore next year. Local promoter Now/Live will be ushering the band to our shores. Recently, the band released its critically celebrated third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships into the world. Frontman Matty Healy shared the finer points of the album with us here.

Get your tickets here.


When: 20 to 22 September 
Where: Circuit Park

The Singapore Grand Prix is set to return to Singapore in 2019 and with it, and incredible musical line-up that includes something for everyone. While the entire line-up has yet to be announced, its Phase 1 line-up is a sight to behold. With headlining acts the likes of MUSE and Fatboy Slim announced, the musical line-up for the Singapore Grand Prix 2019 is shaping up to be one of its best. 

Get your tickets here.

Past Gigs

January: KYLE | SLASH featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators | Superorganism | Elephant Gym | BTS | Taking Back Sunday | Sean Kingston

February: Chromeo | for KING & COUNTRY | Jon Hopkins | Craig David | Blackpink | Chinese New Year Showcase | Hyukoh | Nickelback | Sunset Rollercoaster | TOKiMONSTA | Xile | Seungri | Mitski | Josh Groban Pianos Become The Teeth

March: Hayden James | Charlotte De Witte | Blue | JB Dunckel | Mac Ayers | Kodaline | Maroon 5Honne | Tourist | Clairo | Lovelyz