Ultimate List of Concerts and Festivals Happening in Singapore

We compiled all the best upcoming concerts and festivals in the city-state to put in your gig calendar.


Stray Kids

K-pop eight-member boy band Stray Kids will play at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb. 5 for their 2nd World Tour MANIAC.

Tickets have sold out.


Kehlani to play at the Capitol Theatre next year

Singer said the concert will grant everyone accesses to her emotional sexual and spiritual journeys. Read more.


All Rise: Brit boyband Blue set to hit the stage in Singapore in February 2023

First, it was Westlife, then Backstreet Boys, and now Brit boyband Blue announces their gig in Singapore on Feb. 9, 2023. The boybands are back in town – and we’re… Read more.


K-pop girl group Mamamoo is going to perform at The Star Theatre on Feb. 9. Tickets have sold out.

Note: Mamamoo added one more show date (Feb. 8) after selling out, tickets are available here.

FEB 11

Kang Daniel to bring first solo concert to the Singapore Indoor Stadium next year

Get autographed merchandise when tickets go on sale tomorrow. Read more.

FEB 12

The Vamps

British pop band The Vamps is bringing their Greatest Hits Tour to The Theatre at MediaCorp on Feb. 12.

Tickets start from S$138.

FEB 15

Phoebe Bridgers

American platinum-haired singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers is making Singapore her only Southeast Asian stop for her Reunion Tour. She will be performing at the Esplanade Theatre on Feb. 15.

Tickets start from S$89.

Note: A second show on Feb. 14 has been added.

FEB 16

Red Hot Chili Peppers set to spice up Singapore National Stadium on Feb. 16

Red Hot Chili Peppers recently announced their concert date for Singapore – set aside the date: Feb. 16, 2023. The concert will be held at Singapore National Stadium as part… Read more.

FEB 18

They’ve got a tour of their own: Westlife will return to Singapore in Feb 2023

Westlife live is great. Our writer can vouch for that after catching their set when they were one of the headliners at the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. Multiple costume changes,… Read more.

Note: Westlife added two more show dates (Feb. 17 and 18) after selling out the initial date (Feb. 16), only tickets are left for Feb. 18.


The Los Angeles rock band will play at the Capitol Theatre for their Tell Me That It’s Over Tour Asia 2023 on Feb. 18.

Note: Tickets have sold out but Wallows have opened a second show date on Feb. 17.

FEB 20

Conan Gray

American singer-songwriter Conan Gray will be performing at The Star Theatre on Feb. 20 for his Superache Tour. Other Asian tour cities include Osaka, Yokohama, Manila, Bangkok, Taipei and Seoul.

Tickets start from S$108.

FEB 22

FEB 28

One Republic

American pop rock band One Republic is returning to The Star Theatre for their One Republic Live in Concert tour on Feb. 28.

Tickets start from S$98.


Canadian heavy metal stars ANVIL will rock the Singapore Rock Fest on Feb. 28 at the Esplanade’s Annexe Studio. The band hit the road early this year to promote their new album Impact Is Imminent.

Tickets are at S$138.


Kings of Convenience

The Norwegian indie-folk duo is returning to Singapore after 10 long years to play their hits at the Captiol Theatre on March 6 at 8pm.

They previously played at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival in 2012.

Tickets start from S$99.


American a cappella group Pentatonix is returning to The Star Theatre on March 6.

Tickets start S$118.


Simple Plan

The Canadian rock band is coming to Singapore for their The Harder Than It Looks Southeast Asia tour at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore on March 7.

Tickets start $118.


Summer Salt

Trop-pop duo Summer Salt is coming down to town to perform at SCAPE’s The Ground Theatre on March 8.

Tickets start S$70.



French pop-rock band will be heading to The Star Theatre on March 9 after the release of their latest album Alpha Zulu earlier this month.

Tickets start from $98.

Porter Robinson

American DJ Porter Robinson is coming to Singapore on March 9 at The Theatre at Mediacorp as part of The Nurture Live Asia Tour 2023. He will be performing across six Asian cities starting with Singapore, then Taipei, Seoul, Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo.

Tickets start S$108.



Korean rapper pH-1 is bringing his About Damn Time world tour to Singapore at the Capitol Theatre.

Tickets start from S$88.

Shooting Star

Thailand’s Boys Over Flowers are coming to town. The four main leads (Bright Vachirawit, Win Metawin, Dew Jirawat and Nani Hirunkit) from popular drama series F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers on March 11 at The Star Theatre for their first Asia tour.

Tickets start S$148.


The Piano Guys

Utah-based piano and cello duo are bringing the classicals to Singapore, their only stop in Asia, on March 14 at The Star Theatre.

Tickets start from S$88.



American heavy metal band Trivium is coming to Singapore on March 17 at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel.

Tickets are at S$158.


American rock band Saosin is returning to perform in Asia and Singapore fans are included. The gig will be at SCAPE on March 17.

Tickets have sold out.


Englishman In Singapore: Sting to perform at The Star Theatre in March

The Englishman will join a band of acts performing in March next year. Read more.

SUM 41

Canadian rock band will be playing at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore as part of the Singapore Rockfest.

Tickets start S$118.



K-pop five-member boyband TXT (Tomorrow X Together) is coming to Singapore for their Act: Sweet Mirage world tour.

Tickets start S$168.



Kpop boyband Treasure announced their 2023 Hello Asia tour dates that include Singapore at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on April 8.

Tickets start S$168 and will go on sale Jan. 16 at 10am.

APR 15


South Korean pianist Yiruma returns to The Star Theatre on April 15 at 8pm. He will be performing his greatest hits and tunes from his latest releases.

Tickets start from S$98.

APR 20 & 21

Joe Hisaishi

Renowned Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi will be conducting his famous film scores at the Esplanade Concert Hall on April 20 and 21.

Tickets start S$98.

APR 30

Men I Trust

Canadian indie band Men I Trust will be performing at the Esplanade Theatre on Apr. 30.

Tickets start S$48.

MAY 13

Note: Blackpink has added a second show date on May 14. Tickets are available here.



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