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.


5566

When: 6 July
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium

5566 is reuniting, sans Sam Wang, for an Asia tour, which includes Singapore as one of its stops. Dive into the nolstagia of your favourite 5566 hits on this very special night.

Get your tickets here.


José González

When: 11 July
Where: Capitol Theatre

Argentinian-Swedish singer and multi-instrumentalist José González will be gracing our shores in July. Watch him perform songs from his 11 LPs and EPs, including the latest Live In Europe, released this year.

Ticket details will be out soon.


JESSE McCARTNEY

When: 14 July
Where: Gateway Theatre

'Beautiful Soul' singer Jesse McCartney will be making first first-ever appearance in Singapore this July. Don't miss this chance to sing along to your favourite nostalgic hits and new ones, as well.

Get your tickets here.


YAEJI

When: 17 July
Where: Kilo Lounge

Local concert promoters Collective Minds will bless us with genre-defying Korean-American artist Yaeji in July. This one-night-only performance will guarantee to be one of the high points of 2019 with her intriguing mix of house, trap, rap, and the noticeable use of English and Korean vocals. 

Get your tickets here.


BAZZI

When: 17 July
Where: The Star Theatre

Pop sensation Bazzi is set to make his highly anticipated Singapore debut this july. Presented by Hype Records, fans can expect hit songs such as like ‘Mine’, ‘Beautiful’, ‘Why’, ‘3:15’ and new singles ‘I Don’t Even Know You Anyone’, ‘Caught in the Fire’ and ‘Paradise’ to be played at the one-night only event. 

Get your tickets here


RAE SREMMURD

When: 19 July
Where: Marquee Singapore

Rae Sremmurd is set to appear at Marquee Singapore on 19 July 2019 prior to their show at Good Vibes Festival and We The Fest. Marquee Singapore announced recently that they will be appearing at the megaclub on Friday, 19 July. This is a party you wouldn't want to miss. 

Online tickets are currently sold out. Tickets can still be purchased at the door. 


GFRIEND

When: 20 July
Where: The STAR Theatre

K-pop girl group GFriend will stop in Singapore for one night as part of its tour in Asia. Consisting of Sowon, Yerin, Eunha, Yuju, SinB and Umji, made its debut in 2015 with the release of its Season of Glass. Dance, cheer, party and celebrate the power of K-pop.

Get your tickets here.


DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE

When: 25 July
Where: Esplanade Theatre

Death Cab for Cutie will land in Singapore, at the Esplanade Theatre, for an exclusive, one-night-only performance for the Mosaic Music Series in July this year. Don't miss one of the celebrated bands of indie rock. Before heading down, check out our interview with the band here.

Get your tickets here.


SHEENA EASTON

When: 28 July
Where: Gateway Theatre

Pop legend Sheena Easton will be returning to Singapore after 30 years for a one-night-only performance. Her most memorable track was the theme song of the 1981 James Bond movie For Your Eyes Only, hence christening the name of the tour. Don't miss this night of reminiscence.

Get your tickets here


TORO Y MOI

When: 1 August
Where: The Pavillion

Toro y Moi will be stopping by Singapore as paprt of his Asia Hawaii tour, kicking off in July this year. Don't miss your chance to catch the synth-pop auteur debut songs off his latest album Outer Peace, as well as past favourites.

Stay tuned for ticketing details.


LANY

When: 10 August
Where: Zepp@BIG BOX

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.


WESTLIFE

When: 10 August
Where: National Stadium

As one of the most beloved boy bands in all of contemporary pop music, Westlife will light on our shores to celebrate a legitimate milestone in its career: It's 20th Anniversary. Hence, the christening of its tour: The Twenty Tour. Expect a night of irony-free, sugar-sweet hits from one of the best to do it.

Get your tickets here.


UDD

When: 25 August
Where: Timbre+

Filipino band UDD will return to Singapore this August with label mates Maude and AOUI. The band will perform hits from its upcoming album, along with unreleased tracks and old songs. 

Get your tickets here.


SNOW PATROL

When: 1 September
Where: UCC Hall

Irish rock band Snow Patrol is returning to Singapore for a special, acoustic, one-night-only show this September. Don't miss your chance to hear stripped-down versions of your favourite songs.

Get your tickets here.


JAY PARK

When: 6 September 
Where: TBC

Jay Park is bringing his Sexy 4Eva world tour to Singaporean shores on Friday, 6 September. He will be kick-starting the Asian leg of the tour here before moving on to cities such as Hong Kong, Manila, and Kuala Lumpur. This is a night you wouldn't want to miss out on. 

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, 12 July at 10AM, Singapore time. Get your tickets here.  


THE MAINE

When: 12 September
Where: The Pavillion @ Far East Square

The Maine is returning to Singapore in support of its latest album, You Are Okay. The Arizona quintet first broke out with its debut album Can't Stop Won't Stop back in 2008 and since then, its discography has delved into a range of genres from pop, alternative, emo and punk. Be sure not to miss this.

Get your tickets here.


EPIK HIGH

When: 14 September
Where: The Coliseum

South Korean alternative hip-hop group EPIK HIGH will be playing its first-ever standalone concert in Singapore later this September. This year, EPIK HIGH is returning to Singapore to kick-start the Southeast Asian leg of its world tour, in support of its 10th studio album, sleepless in _____.

Ticket prices start from SGD $128 and will be available from 15 July onwards via SISTIC.


THE 1975

When: 16 September
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.


SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019

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. With headlining acts the likes of MUSE, Fatboy Slim, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cardi B, Swedish House Mafia, among others, announced, the musical line-up for the Singapore Grand Prix 2019 is shaping up to be one of its best. 

Get your tickets here.


DAY6 

When: 5 October
Where: TBC

Formed by JYP Entertainment in 2015, DAY6 is a K-pop/pop rock band consisting of Jae, Sungjin, Young K, Wonpil and Dowoon. This current world tour is in support of DAY6’s 2018 releases – a full-length album titled UNLOCK, as well as an EP titled Remember Us: Youth Part 2 – and its upcoming mini-album, The Book of Us: Gravity.


BACKSTREET BOYS

When: 30 October
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium

Iconic boyband Backstreet Boys are returning to Asia for a full-fledged world tour later this year. The best selling boy band of all time, will be looking to make their grand return to Asia. Get in touch with your '90s self and dance along to the its new material.

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 | Dreamcatcher | Ruel | Emmure | Pet Shop Boys | Tom Odell | Kyle Patrick

April: John Mayer | Connan Mockasin | Belinda Carlisle | Moksi | Iyaz | Anne-Marie | Sabrina Carpenter | Still Corners and Mellow Fellow | Tiesto and Afrojack | Quintino | AlunaGeorge | Wild Nothing | Skechers Sundown Festival | Steve Aoki and Above & Beyond | Ibeyi | Rimi Natsukawa | Emily Burns | Ryan Hemsworth | Sons Of An Illustrious Father | Ed Sheeran | MAMAMOO | Kaskade and Showtek | Cosmic Gate | The Proclaimers 

May: MAYDAY! Singapore 2019 | Troye Sivan | Don Diablo | Andrew Rayel | Jus2 | Kamaal Williams | Armin Van Buuren | Sam Feldt | Jason Mraz | Deerhoof | Japanese Breakfast | Phum Viphurit | Lauv | Carl Cox | BROHUG and R3HAB | Kingdom Hearts Orchestra | Turnover | Jakob Ogawa | Last Dinosaurs | Timber Timbre | Borgeous | MAKJ  | AIA Glow Festival | 1MX Singapore | Mallrat | Ice Age | MaRLo 

June: Bohan Phoenix | Ultra Singapore 2019 | Lucy Rose | Karen Mok | Loudness