Your guide to the Singapore concerts you can't miss this September

Your guide to the Singapore concerts you can't miss this September

The month of August was stacked to the brim with live music in Singapore, and September is chalking up to be no different. From the likes of The 1975 to Jay Park to Gwen Stefani to Muse and more, check out our top picks for the gigs you can't afford to miss this September. 


When: 6 September 
Where: Shine Auditorium

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. 

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When: 6 September
Where: Marquee Singapore

Singapore loves Kaskade, and Kaskade loves Singapore. The American prog house titan previously played during Marquee Singapore's opening month in April earlier this year. If you missed out on your chance to catch the first time, make sure to make your way down to the superclub this September. 

Online tickets are now sold out. Limited tickets can be purchased at the door. 


When: 10 September
Where: Capitol Theatre

Jacob Collier last performed two sold out shows in Singapore in April 2018. Now, he is slated to return to the Lion City for the Capitol Kempinski Series performance, which is being presented by Singapore International Jazz Festival, Vamp Productions and Collective Minds. 

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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.

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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 _____.

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When: 14 September 
Where: The Pavilion, Far East Square

Welsh rock band FEEDER is set to perform in Singapore this September to promote their upcoming album, Tallulah

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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.

Tickets are now sold out. 


When: 18 September
Where: Gateway Theatre, Black Box

Metal powerhouse Devin Townsend will be making his debut in Singapore this September.‘An Evening with Devin Townsend’ will feature a series of his music from throughout Devin’s career as well as his latest album, Empath, via an intimate acoustic performance. The audience will also get a chance to ask him questions about his music and career during the show. 

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When: 18 September
Where: Zouk Singapore 

Last year, Liquid State made its debut at the music conference and festival with a specially curated night at Zouk Singapore, titled Liquid Nights that was headlined by Alan Walker. This year, Walker is set to return to the decks alongside EDM heavyweight R3HAB, Singaporean hard-hitter WUKONG, Corsak, Miso and Zouk resident DJ Hong. 

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When: 20 September
Where: Marquee Singapore

Set to kick off the festivities on Friday, 20 September, is American celebrity DJ Ruckus, who has made a name for himself through his exciting mix of hip-hop, electronic dance music and urban hits.

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When: 21 September
Where: Marquee Singapore

On Saturday, 21 September, famed trap producer Carnage will helm the decks for a night of adrenaline-pumping, high octane fun with his eclectic mix of hard trap, hip-hop bangers and euphoric drops. 

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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, Gwen Stefani, 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. 

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When: 27 September
Where: Marquee Singapore

Famed DJ duo Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano is set to return to Singapore next month. The pairing last performed in Singapore at It's The Ship 2018 with a standout set that combined elements of tribal and electro-house music. The duo is well known for its high octane sets and past work with the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack and Nicky Romero. 

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