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

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

We've hardly made headway into 2018 and it's already turning out to be a banner year for shows and concerts. Here's 15 concerts this month, handpicked by Bandwagon, that you should check out.


Miss Ko

Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio
When: 2 March, 8pm

The reigning queen of hip-hop and rap in Taiwan, Miss Ko will be performing in Singapore for the first time ever tomorrow. Her star power and onstage charisma are something to be reckoned with, not to mention her skills on the mic, as evident from 'Watch Ya Feet' and '打破他'.

Find more info on the concert here.


Garden Beats Festival 2018

Where: Fort Canning Park
When: 3 March, 1pm

Garden Beats Festival returns with an ecelctic mix of local and international acts, including multi-instrumentalist Pomo, electro-pop artist Youngr, German Super-house duo andhim, Filipino drum and percussion duo Hernandez Bros, and local electronic acts .gif, Fat Fish Familia and Jerls. With food, art installations, games, and entertainment all throughout the day, Garden Beats Festival is not one to miss.

Find more info on the festival here.


EXO

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium
When: 3 March, 4pm

Expect top notch stage production and fanservice galore with the boys of EXO, as they charm fans with live performances of tracks off their latest full-length album The War, and older hits such as 'Growl', 'Call Me Baby' and 'Monster'.

Find more info on the concert here.


MONSTA X

Where: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel
When: 3 March, 8.30pm

Monsta X makes their return to Singapore as headliners of the HSBC Women's World Championship Music Festival, performing a full concert as a special treat to fans.

Find more info on the concert here.


Shell Make The Future Singapore 2018

Where: Changi Exhibition Centre
When: 8 March to 11 March

Shell Make The Future Singapore 2018 impresses with their lineup of local standouts Charlie Lim, Gentle Bones, Jasmine Sokko, and MICapella, as well as up-and-coming electronic pop artist Lauv. Catch performances by these acts, spanning the three-day festival, all for free.

Find more info on the festival here.


A-Trak

Where: CÉ LA VI
When: 9 March, 10pm

Fools Gold Records boss and TomorrowWorld alum A-Trak will be bringing his high energy show to Ce La Vi. Expect new tunes, old hits and a ton of dancing. The hip-hop/trap producer has worked with the likes of Kanye West, Young Thug, Disclosure, Dillon Francis and more. 

Find more info on the concert here.


Neck Deep

Where: Republic CLUB
When: 10 March, 5pm

Welsh pop-punk outfit Neck Deep will be returning to Singapore this month on their second Southeast Asian tour in support of their album The Peace and The Panic. Familiar names in the local pop-punk scene, Iman’s League and Morning Martians, will also be opening for Neck Deep.

Find more info on the concert here.


Beach Fossils

Where: EBX Live Space
When: 11 and 12 March

Beach Fossils is finally touring Asia again after a good six years. The band’s highly-anticipated return was well received by fans, who snapped up all the tickets to the first-announced show on 12 March. (Don’t fret, they added another show date on 11 March.) Expect boppy tunes from their latest album Somersault.

Find more info on the concerts here.


Daniel Caesar

Where: The Pavilion @ Far East Square
When: 12 to 14 March

Fans were outraged and saddened when Daniel Caesar’s first-announced show in Singapore sold out in seven minutes. They asked, and received not just one but TWO additional shows. With hits like ‘Get You’ and ‘Best Part’, the up-and-coming R&B/soul star is guaranteed to put on a show unlike any other in Singapore.

Find more info on the concerts here.


Mount Kimbie

Where: Zouk
When: 15 March, 8pm

Mount Kimbie’s upcoming performance in Singapore comes hot off the heels of their outstanding 2017 record, Love What Survives. Also performing with Mount Kimbie is none other than Hawaii-born artist and DJ Kim Ann Foxman, who will be presenting a rare DJ set so really, you’re getting two for the price of one.

Find more info on the concert here.


HY

Where: Zepp@BIGBOX
When: 17 March, 7pm

Veteran J-rock band HY are making their way over to Singapore for the first time, in support of their 2017 album CHANCE. Over the years, HY has maintained its status as a genre chameleon, moving fluidly between indie, pop and rock with touches of rap and reggae. The cherry on top of the cake for Singaporean fans – all attendees can take part in a hi-five session with all the members after the show.

Find more info on the concert here.


THELIONCITYBOY 

Where: Kilo Lounge
When: 22 March, 8pm

Known for hit songs like 'YAYA' and 'Start Already/One Seven', THELIONCITYBOY will be having his first ever solo ticketed show at Kilo Lounge. He will be supported by two other familiar names in the Southeast Asian hip-hop scene - Airliftz (from Malaysia) and SOUNDSOFFAI. Experience TLCB’s powerful on-stage presence first-hand and you will find yourself singing along before you know it.

Find more info on the concert here.


Tinariwen

Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
When: 24 March, 7.30pm

Hailing all the way from northern Mali in West Africa, Tinariwen are one of the most unique and unmissable acts on this list. They play a brand of desert blues rock that’s rooted in traditional Tuareg music, but is also influenced by Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and more. Tinariwen are also notable for having emerged from the Tuareg rebel community, and have had to contend with sociopolitical unrest and violence throughout their career. Definitely a must-catch when they make the long journey to Singapore in support of their 2017 album Elwan.

Find more info on the concert here.


Arch Enemy

Where: Violet Vault (ViVa), 3 Sentosa Gateway
When: 30 March, 7pm

Arch Enemy are set to return to Singapore after six years with new singer Alissa White-Gluz and guitarist Jeff Loomis. This will be the band’s only show in Southeast Asia this year and is guaranteed to be one of the heaviest concerts of 2018. Their latest record, Will To Power, is widely regarded as one of the best metal records of 2017. 

Find more info on the concert here.


amazarashi x Aimer

Where: Zepp@BIGBOX
When: 31 March, 6.30pm

J-rock band amazarashi – who prefer to perform obscured by a stage-wide screen and projections of images and lyrics – will bring their enigmatic and much talked about live show to Singapore, accompanied by Japanese singer-songwriter Aimer. This is bound to be a treat to wrap up March with.

Find more info on the concert here.


What concerts are you looking forward to this month? Let us know in the comment section below!

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