The Top 5 Music Festivals And Gigs In Singapore

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With homebrewed artists like Yuna, Rich Brian and Niki topping the Billboard Charts, Southeast Asian is the next musical mecca. Here are some iconic auditory experiences you have to try out. 

Electric Music at Emerald Gardens at Neon Lights

Neon Lights
Neon Lights

The night sky is your roof and the lush tropics will be your walls; the Neon Lights Festival meshes music with nature on the rolling slopes of Fort Canning, featuring electro-pop and indie stars like Halsey, Honne and Mura Masa.

Open-Air Acoustics at Going Om on Haji Lane

Going Om
Going Om

The converted shophouses on Haji Lane fill with live music as the sun goes down. Our favourite spot is Going Om, a casual lounge serving spiced cocktails, scrumptious finger food and the soulful accoustics of up-and-coming musicians.

Go Underground at Baybeats.

Baybeats
Baybeats

Bringing the underground music scene to centre stage, Baybeats features regional artistes from a range of eclectic genres. Lovers of outlier genres like post-rock, metal or power pop will discover new ways of producing sound they’ve never thought of before.

Fusion Food and Funky Bands at Timbre

Timbre
Timbre

A major patron of the arts, Timbre celebrates the local artists, chefs and retailers at their live music venues. Serving Asian-inspired culinary inventions with a colourful side of indie, punk rock, mandopop and more, dancing often results.

Head Banging Beats at Ultra

Ultra
Ultra

Work hard and party harder at Ultra, a visual and auditory feast. Featuring the likes of Skrillex, Porter Robinson and Steve Aoki, unleash your wild side under the careful tutelage of acclaimed DJs.

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