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

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

The second last month of the year is fast approaching and with it, the extremely strong claims of being the best month for music performances in Singapore all year round. From the likes of icons such as Mariah Carey to the return of the beloved Neon Lights Festival and many more, check out our list of the gigs you can't afford to miss this November. 

Roni Size

When: 1 November
Where: Kilo Lounge

Kick off November with a bang as drum and bass legend Roni Size makes his debut in Singapore. Whether in his capacity as the leader of the Mercury Prize-winning crew Reprazent, or in his solo guise, Size has been a relentlessly revolutionary champion of the harder, faster and more cutting-edge causes in electronic music for three decades, now. His arrival here will undoubtedly be a celebrated one.

Roni Size is set perform at Kilo Lounge on 1 November. For tickets and more information on the show, click here

Big Shaq

When: 2 November
Where: Zouk Singapore

Big Shaq makes his grand debut in Singapore at Zouk before he dons the captain's hat onboard It's The Ship. Known for his 2017 smash-hit 'Man's Not Hot', the comedian will be reprising his role as the famed rapper in what is guaranteed to be a truly unforgettable night. 

Big Shaq is set to perform at Zouk Singapore on 2 November. For more information and tickets, click here

Mariah Carey 

When: 3 November
Where: The Star Theatre

Multi-Grammy award winning artist Mariah Carey hits our shores again this November. Don’t miss one of the best selling female artists of all time at her one-night-only performance at The Star Theatre. Fans in attendance will also be treated to performances of brand new music from the songstress off her upcoming album Caution. While tickets for the VIP box has been sold out, tickets in other categories are still available.

Mariah Carey is set to perform at The Star Theatre on Saturday, 3 November. For more information and tickets, click here

It's The Ship 2018

When: 4 to 7 November
Where: Singapore to Phuket and back

Asia's largest festival at sea, It's The Ship, will be celebrating its fifth anniversary this November with its greatest line-up yet. Featuring the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Darude, Cash Cash, Vini Vici, Cesqeaux, Moksi, Mike Cervello, Big Shaq and many more, It's The Ship 2018 is shaping up to be a festival attendees won't soon forget. 

It's The Ship is set to take place from 4 to 7 November. While tickets and cabins are completely sold out, you can find out more about the voyage here


When: 5 November
Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium

Singaporean-born Norwegian EDM titan Kygo will be making his long-awaited homecoming this November as he takes over the Singapore Indoor Stadium as part of his Kids In Love Asia tour. Known for his unique brand of tropical house music, the 27-year-old will thrill fans will hits such as 'It Ain't Me' featuring Selena Gomez, 'Firestone' and more. 

Kygo is set to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Monday, 5 November 2018. For tickets and more information, click here


When: 5 November
Where: Kilo Lounge

Brainfeeder’s producer Lapalux will be at the Kilo Lounge to hype up your public holiday eve. Known for his experimental mixes of hip-hop and R&B hits, you’ll be treated to a night of killer beats sure to leave you all fired up.

Lapalux is set to perform at Kilo Lounge on Monday, 5 November. For more information about his show and tickets, click here.

Gilles Peterson

When: 5 November
Where: The Warehouse Hotel

The globally renowned dance music icon and tastemaker will be in Singapore for an exclusive one-night only performance alongside MC General Rubbish and Singaporean heavy-hitters Darker Than Wax's Funk Bast*rd and KAYE, who'll be performing as their formidable duo incarnation Cosa Nostra.

Gilles Peterson is set to perform at The Warehouse Hotel on 5 November. For more information and tickets, click here


When: 6 November
Where: Zepp@BigBox 

R&B singer-songwriter Khalid makes his debut in Singapore with his American Teen tour. Having performed on the big stages such as Coachella and Lollapalooza, his infectious soulful hits will make you dance all night.

Khalid is set to make his Singapore debut on Tuesday, 6 November at Zepp@BigBox. For more information on his show and tickets, click here.

Neon Lights Festival

When: 9 to 11 November
Where: Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park. 

Neon Lights will be making its grand return after taking 2017 off with acts like Interpol, Cigarettes After Sex, Yuna, Caribou, The Vaccines and many more performing over the course of three glorious days. 

Neon Lights 2018 is set to take place from 9 to 11 November. For tickets and more information, click here

Jeff Mills 

When: 10 November
Where: Zouk Singapore

Jeff Mills aka "The Wizard" is one of the most pioneering and inspiring American names in techno music. Over the course of his over 30 year-long career, the Detroit-born techno forefather has achieved widespread acclaim over ventures across music, film and art - with collaborations and successes that will leave one in sheer amazement.

Jeff Mills is set to perform at Zouk on 10 November. For more information, click here

Amadou & Miriam

When: 12 November
Where: Capitol Theatre

Looking for a night of fanciful Afro-pop music? Malian couple Amadou & Miriam brings their rich body-shaking music to the halls of Capitol Theatre. Early bird tickets are sold out, don’t miss your chance to watch them.

Amadou & Miriam are set to make their debuts at the Capitol Theatre on 12 November. Get your tickets here

Charlie Puth

When: 13 November
Where: The Star Theatre

Teen heartthrob Charlie Puth will be bringing his Voicenotes Tour to Singapore for the second time as he puts on a show for his loyal fans on 13 November. Charlie Puth made waves back in 2015, when his debut single 'See You Again' with Wiz Khalifa was released and used in Fast & Furious 7. Puth has since released chart-dominating tracks such as 'One Call Away', 'Marvin Gaye' and 'We Don't Talk Anymore' among others. His second studio album Voicenotes was released in May to positive reviews across the board. 

Charlie Puth is set to perform at The Star Theatre on 13 November. For more information and tickets, click here


When: 14 November
Where: Kilo Lounge

Though not part of the trap-happy sect, Washington rapper and producer Oddisee has many contemporary touchstones to his name. His jazz-minded production and uncompromising delivery, which is acutely and astutely informed by penetrating social commentary, are consummately hip-hop. 

Oddisee is set to perform at Kilo Lounge on 14 November. For more information and tickets, click here

Jazzy Jeff

When: 15 November
Where: Capital, Zouk

Legendary turntablist DJ Jazzy Jeff is set to return to Singapore this November. The multiple Grammy-winning producer first gained popularity during his time in hip-hop duo, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, with actor Will Smith. The trailblazing duo won two Grammys and were one of the most popular hip-hop acts in the early 1990s. DJ Jazzy Jeff is a veteran in the field of turntablism, having picked up the craft over 40 years ago.

Jazzy Jeff is set to perform at Capital, Zouk on 15 November. For more information, click here

Busy P

When: 16 November
Where: Kilo Lounge

Having managed Daft Punk and now the founder of Ed Banger Records, Busy P’s impact on electronic music is unmatched. Shortly after founding Ed Banger Records, Winter began producing tracks of his own under the Busy P moniker, beginning in 2004 with the Limit Ed 12" single featuring the tracks 'Colette C'est Chouette' and 'Bearbrickdance'.

Busy P is set to perform at Kilo Lounge on 16 November. For tickets and more information on the show, click here

Jordan Rudess 

When: 19 November
Where: UCC Theatre, NUS

Jordan Rudess, better known as the keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist virtuoso of legendary progressive metal band Dream Theater, is coming to Singapore for a solo show. The Juilliard-trained piano prodigy's solo show will follow his journey from the time he started off as a classically trained musician to the bona fide rock star he is today. 

Jordan Rudess is set to perform at the UCC Theatre, NUS on 19 November. For more information and tickets to the show, click here

Franz Ferdinand

When: 21 November
Where: Zepp@BigBox

Led by Alex Kapranos, Franz Ferdinand burst onto the British rock scene in the 2000s with their self-titled debut, which boasted the banger 'Take Me Out'. Their most recent release is Always Ascending, released earlier this year. With a tantalizing mix of their new and old hits, it’ll be a night of soul thumping beats.

Franz Ferdinand is set to perform at Zepp@BigBox on 21 November. For tickets and more information, click here

Dizzy Sunfist

When: 22 November
Where: Blue Room, The Projector 

Pop-rockers Dizzy Sunfist look to take Singapore by storm this November as the band unleashes a world of Japanese head-banging goodness. The band will be joined by Iman's League, Vier, Standover, AFSA and Country Yard. 

Dizzy Sunfist is set to perform at the Blue Room, The Projector on 22 November. For more information and tickets, click here

Salvatore Ganacci

When: 23 November
Where: Zouk Singapore

The Bosnian-born Swedish DJ has been making waves recently after his performance at Tomorrowland earlier went viral. Known for his hilarious stage presence, the DJ will be performing as part of Zouk's Pre-ZoukOut Weekender. Besides his onstage antics, the DJ has made a name for himself with his music, with several tracks on Spotify garnering well over a million streams, with features from Sebastian Ingrosso, Dillon Francis and more. 

Salvatore Ganacci is set to perform at Zouk Singapore on 23 November. Tickets can only be purchased at the door. For more information, click here


When: 29 November
Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio

Known for its unique approach to electronic indie music, ADOY, will be making its debut in Singapore this November as a part of the Esplanade's Mosaic Music Series. Its debut EP, 2017's CATNIP was released to critical reception and their 2018 follow-up cemented their status in the scene as one of the brightest up-and-comers. 

ADOY is set to perform at the Esplanade Annexe Studio on 29 November. For tickets and more information, click here