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Concerts in Singapore 2018: A definitive list of all the major concerts taking place this year

Concerts in Singapore 2018: A definitive list of all the major concerts taking place this year

2017 gave us an abundance of concerts, and brought us shows from the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters and more; but with a new year comes new concerts - we've rounded up a list of all the concerts 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.

(Last updated: 23 July 2018)

Vital Remains

Where: EBX Live Space
When: 27 July, 7pm

American death metal band Vital Remains is making their way to Singapore for their first-ever show here. Formed in 1988 by guitarist Paul Flynn, the band has been active for three decades and has seen several changes to their line-up. The current consists of original member Tony Lazaro on rhythm guitar, Gaeton Collier on bass, Brian Werner on lead vocals and Dean Arnold on lead guitar. 


Where: Zepp@Big Box
When: 4 August, 4pm

GOT7 will perform a show in Singapore in support of their Eyes on You EP this August. The JYP Entertainment boy group rose to fame with their debut EP Got It?, which peaked at number one on Billboard's World Albums Chart.

Bob Dylan

Where: The Star Theatre
When: 6 August, 8:30pm

The legendary Bob Dylan is set to return to Singapore this August as part of his Asia tour, which includes stops in Hong Kong and elsewhere in the region. Dylan is one of the most influential musicians living today, and in 2016 was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. His last album, Triplicate, was released March 2017. He last performed here in 2011 at Timbre Rock & Roots.


Where: The Star Theatre
When: 8 August

Halsey's upcoming world tour is in support of her latest album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. The starlet will also be performing in Manila, Jakarta and Bali as part of the Southeast Asian leg of her tour.


Where: Zepp@Big Box
When: 13 August



Where: Zepp@Big Box
When: 21 August, 8pm

Pop-punk favourites Paramore were due to return to Southeast Asia in February, but were forced to postpone their shows in Jakarta and Manila because of illness. They have announced a new date and will be touring behind their critically acclaimed fifth full-length After Laughter, which they made without longtime bassist Jeremy Davis, and with drummer Zac Farro, who had left the band in 2010.


Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 21 August

The Irish boyband last played in Singapore in 2015 in celebration of their 20th anniversary, so while it's a little surprising that they're back so soon, we've no doubt that their longtime fans will be pleased.

Mike Shinoda

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 21 August

The multi-talented singer, rapper and producer of Linkin Park will perform in Singapore as part of his first solo tour, in support of his recent solo release, the Post Traumatic EP. Shinoda rose to fame with the breakthrough success of Linkin Park's first studio album Hybrid Theory, which showcased the band's seamless rap-rock delivery. 

Chance The Rapper

Where: Zepp@Big Box
When: 25 August

The man behind the critically acclaimed Acid Rap will make his first appearance in Singapore this August as part of his Summer 2018 Asia Run. Chance's most recent release Coloring Book garnered him three Grammy awards, including Best Rap Album. He is also part of Chicago hip-hop collective Savemoney, founded by Vic Mensa. 


Where: EBX Live Space
When: 25 August, 6:30pm

Exciter is a speed metal band that has been taking the Canadian metal scene by storm since their inception in 1978, with the release of their debut album Heavy Metal Maniac a month before Metallica dropped their legendary debut, Kill 'Em All.  They're are set to perform in Singapore for the first time this August thanks to promoter Burstin' Out.

Tiffany & Debbie Gibson

Where: The Star Theatre
When: 8 September, 8pm

80's pop princesses Tiffany and Debbie Gibson, both iconic in their own rights, rose to global stardom in the late 80’s as teen icons with catchy hits like ‘Foolish Beat’ and ‘I Saw Him Standing There’. They were rumoured to be rivals back in the day with their similar style of music, but are joining forces to tour this year!

This Will Destroy You

Where: The Pavilion
When: 14 September, 8pm

Texan experimental post-rock band This Will Destroy You is set to play two early releases in their entirety at their upcoming Singapore show - the 2008 self-titled album, and their 2006 Young Mountain EP. It will be the band's third time in Singapore, having played two shows previously at Home Club and Zouk. 

Postmodern Jukebox

Where: Kallang Theatre
When: 18 September, 8pm

Founded by arranger and pianist Scott Bradlee in 2011, Postmodern Jukebox group quickly became an online sensation with their vintage style-reworks of modern pop and rock hits. To date, they have amassed over 980 million views on their YouTube channel, where they cover artists ranging from Lady Gaga to Radiohead in vintage genres like jazz, swing and ragtime. 


Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 21 September

The thirteen-member boy group was in Singapore just last year for a show, but they are back again to treat local fans to another round of catchy tunes and dance moves. Last year, their second album TEEN, AGE peaked number one on Gaon's South Korean Albums chart and Billboard's US World Albums chart. 

The Piano Guys

Where: The Star Theatre
When: 25 September, 8pm

The Utah-based group of five guys making music on strings and keys rose to fame came after their release of a series of unique and eclectic renditions of pop hits on YouTube, which included their breakout hit, a catchy multi-handed version of One Direction’s 'What Makes You Beautiful' and a creative reinvention of hit song 'Let It Go' from Disney’s Frozen.

Sam Smith

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 2 & 3 October

The English singer, who broke out with his 2012 Disclosure collab 'Latch' and became a rising star thanks to hits 'Stay With Me' and 'I'm Not the Only One', is embarking on a worldwide tour in support of his 2017 sophomore album The Thrill of it All. Thanks to Midas Promotions, he will perform two shows at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Charlie Puth

Where: The Star Theatre
When: 13 November

American singer Charlie Puth, best known for his breakout single 'See You Again' and songs 'Marvin Gaye' and 'We Don't Talk Anymore', is coming to Southeast Asia, with stops in Bangkok, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore as part of his Voicenotes Tour.

Mariah Carey

Where: The Star Theatre
When: 3 November

Mariah Carey, one of the golden voices in the pop world behind hits like 'Hero', 'Always Be My Baby' and 'We Belong Together', will return to Singapore later this year.


Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 5 November

Norwegian EDM giant Kygo returns with his first solo show in Singapore as part of the Asian leg of his Kids In Love Tour. Kygo shot to fame with songs like Firestone and Stole The Show that captured his brand of 'tropical house', and most recently put out the album 'Kids In Love' featuring his catchy remixes. 

Past Gigs

January: pg.lost with In Each Hand a Cutlass at Esplanade | Jay Chou at National Stadium | Imagine Dragons at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Fleet Foxes at Esplanade Theatre | Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra at Esplanade Concert Hall | ONE OK ROCK at Singapore Indoor Stadium | St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2018 at Gardens By The Bay  (photo gallery) | Super Junior Super Show 7 at Singapore Indoor Stadium | A-Lin at Zepp@BIGBOX | Foster The People at Zepp@BIGBOX 

February: Onra at Kilo Lounge | Namewee at The Star Theatre | Julie Byrne at SLED Productions x Decline | Incubus at Zepp@BIGBOX | Jacky Cheung at Singapore Indoor Stadium | NI-HAO! at Blue Room @ The Projector | Peach Pit at SLED Productions x Decline

March: Garden Beats Festival at Fort Canning Park | EXO at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Monsta X at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Sentosa | Sheila Majid at The Star Performing Arts Centre | I Love 90s Concert at The Star Performing Arts Centre | Neck Deep at Republic Club @ Orchard Plaza | Shane Filan at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Sentosa | Beach Fossils at EBX Live Space | Daniel Caesar at The Pavilion @ Far East Square | Fifth Harmony at Zepp@BIGBOX | Rotten Sound at SLED Productions x Decline | HY at Zepp@BIGBOX | Tinariwen at Esplanade Concert Hall | LANY at Capitol Theatre | Arch Enemy at Violet Vault (ViVa) 

April: MIYAVI at Zepp@BIGBOX | Sing Jazz 2018 at Marina Bay Sands | Zedd at Zouk Singapore | Cheer Chen at The Star Performing Arts Centre | Katy Perry at Singapore Indoor Stadium | The Script at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Counterparts x Stray From The Path at SLED Productions x Decline | Johnny Hates Jazz at MES Theatre | OneRepublic at The Star Performing Arts Centre | Enter Shikari at The Substation | Jake Bugg at *SCAPE Ground Theatre | Fall Out Boy at Zepp@BIGBOX 

May: Bondax x FKJ at The Pavilion at Far East Square | Gorgon City at Kilo Lounge | 5 Seconds of Summer at Capitol Theatre | Harry Styles at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Agnostic Front at The Substation | Squeeze at University Cultural Centre, NUS | Dua Lipa at The Star Performing Arts Centre | MXM at Zepp@BIGBOX | Death Angel and At The Gates at *SCAPE Ground Theatre | Bruno Mars at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Stereophonics at Zepp @BIGBOX | Crown the Empire at EBX Live Space | Gen Neo at EBX Live Space | Vini Vici at Zouk | City of Caterpillar at Anaki Records | Nico Muhly at School of the Arts | Iron & Wine at Capitol Theatre | The Swingles at Esplanade Concert Hall | Shigeto at Kilo Lounge | Nils Frahm at Esplanade Concert Hall | Khruangbin at The Projector | Kehlani at Zepp@BIGBOX 

June: METZ at SLED Productions x Decline | Mayday at National Stadium | Nubya Garcia at Kilo Lounge | Boyce Avenue at The Star Theatre | Eric Chou at The Max Pavilion | Ceremony at SLED Productions x Decline | David Tao at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Extreme at Zepp@Big Box | Niall Horan at The Star Theatre | Devendra Banhart at The Projector | Twice at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Autograf at Kilo Lounge | Aura Noir at SLED Productions x Decline

July: Kousuke Atari & Chitose Hajime at Zepp@BIGBOX | James Morrison at The NCO Club | Celine Dion at Marina Bay Sands Grand Ballroom | M. Nasir at The Theatre @ Mediacorp | Turnstile at SLED Productions x Decline | Lee Seung Gi at Zepp@BIGBOX | RATOS DE PORAO at The Projector | Daughtry at Zepp@BIGBOX | TOKiMONSTA at Kilo Lounge | Wanna One at Singapore Indoor Stadium | Odezsa at The Coliseum | In Flames at Zepp@BIGBOX | SG Lewis at Kilo Lounge | No Party For Cao Dong at Esplanade Annexe Studio 


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