Your guide to the best gigs this weekend – May 3 to May 5

Your guide to the best gigs this weekend – May 3 to May 5

The weekend is here and in case you haven’t sorted out your plans, we pick out the best gigs and parties to get litty at.

Below, take a look at where you need to be in order to have a legitimately awesome weekend.


TROYE SIVAN

When: 3 May
Where: The Star Theatre

Troye Sivan has had a whirlwind year. Having released his critically acclaimed sophomore album, Bloom, earlier this year, as well as collaborations with Ariana Grande and Charli XCX, Troye undoubtedly made 2018 his year. Fans have been clamouring for the emergent pop prince to play a full-fledged show so it’s great that the show is finally coming to fruition.

Get your tickets here.


DON DIABLO 

When: 3 May
Where: Marquee Singapore

The Don is returning to Singapore for an electrifying night of dance music at Singapore's latest nightlife hub, Marquee. Known for his electro and future house sound, Don Diablo will be making his grand return to the Lion City for one night only. You won't want to miss it. 

Pre-Sale tickets are now sold out. Tickets can be bought at the door for S$38 (Female) and $48 (Male). 


THE EGG

When: 3 May
Where: The LAB

London band The Egg will be in town to deliver its rocktronic, funk and house-inspired big textural dance music. The band will be supported by James Selva, Annamatronic and Huntersson.

Get your tickets here.


Lion City Bass presents: May Day Mayhem 

When: 3 May
Where: Intermission Bar, The Projector

Lion City Bass returns for some May Day mayhem at Intermission bar on Friday, 3rd May. Come boogie to some dub, reggae, garage, dancehall, ragga, grime, footwork, hip hop, jungle and drum 'n' bass with the Lion City bass crew and special guest Aresha.

Click here for more information.


TGIF Music Station

When: 3 May
Where: Tanjong Pagar Centre and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

TGIF Music Station is back this weekend with three homegrown and up-and-coming talents of Singapore’s Mandopop scene: See Kai Zheng 施凱証, Ang Jun Yang 洪俊扬 and Kelvin Chen Wei Lian 陈伟联. 

Admission is free. For more information, click here.


ANDREW RAYEL

When: 4 May
Where: Marquee Singapore

To call Andrew Rayel a legend-in-the-making would be an understatement. The trance maestro has performed in Singapore nearly every year since 2013, and he still packs out every venue and festival. This time, he'll be helming the decks for the first time at Marquee, and you're going to want to be present for history's sake. 

Pre-Sale tickets are now sold out. Tickets can be bought at the door for S$38 (Female) and $48 (Male). 


JUS2

When: 4 May
Where: ZEPP@BIG BOX

Jus2GOT7's newest subunit, consisting of Lim Jaebeom and Yugyeom, will be playing at a special showcase for its fans in May. The duo debuted its lead single, 'Focus On Me' with the accompanying music video in March, a day before it released its EP Focus. Get ready to hear the duo perform its new material and, maybe, songs from GOT7's discography.

Get your tickets here.


KAMAAL WILLIAMS

When: 4 May
Where: Kilo Lounge

The prince of Wu funk, Kamaal Williams, will be gracing us with his presence in the Lion City in May. He will be performing his polished blend of acid jazz, funk, hip hop, grime, garage and broken beat that will guarantee to electrify the expanse of the club. This will be a night of redefined, transcendental sounds.

Get your tickets here.


Lantern’s Game of Thrones Party

When: 4 May
Where: Lantern at The Fullerton Bay Hotel

Mingle with fellow Game Of Thrones' fans at Lantern's exclusive party this weekend. With cocktails such as Night King Sour, Dragonglass Old Fashioned and A Stark Manhattan, and music from their in-house GOT crew and Guest DJ Donna, it's going to be a long and awesome night.

For more information, click here.


Chillout Sunday Session with Rubi

When: 5 May
Where: White Label Records & Bar

White Label Records & Bar will be playing host to Spanish DJ Rubi this weekend. Hang out and listen to her unique brand of music "characterized by ever-changing rhythms, little vocals, strange drum patterns and everything that is a bit outside of the usual". 

For more information, click here.

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