Eccentric producer Dan Deacon, best known for his wildly engaging and entertaining live shows, will be making his live debut at the ArtScience Museum.
The electronic maestro, who last released the colourful Gliss Riffer in 2015, will be performing in Singapore on October 6th at the arts space, taking place at the venue's Expression Gallery. The museum has previously hosted Singaporean avant-rock band The Observatory and British artist Gazelle Twin.
Reputed for shows that involve crowd participation and idiosyncratic instrumental sections with a variety of instruments, Dan Deacon's first show in Singapore is likely to be an exuberant affair for all ages.
Admission is free, so turn up early to save yourself a spot before 8pm.
Get a taste of the musician's live performance in his NPR Tiny Desk segment here: