Clean Bandit Singapore 2018

Clean Bandit postpone Singapore concert due to member’s illness

British electronic pop group Clean Bandit postpone their Singapore concert at the last minute due to a member’s illness.

The show was originally scheduled for tonight, January 22, at Suntec City Convention & Exhibition Centre Halls 601-604 as part of Clean Bandit’s 2018 world tour. Singapore was the only stop in Asia.

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According to the statement released by organiser Aureus Productions, drummer Luke Patterson had contracted the chickenpox and would not be able to perform or participate in all-concert related activities, including the meet and greet session.

“As chickenpox is a highly contagious disease with serious health implications,” says the CEO of Aureus Group Lawrence Holmefjord-Sarabi, “our priority is to safeguard the wellness of all concert-goers and the staff who are involved in this concert. We are disappointed that we have to reschedule the concert at this juncture, as we are expecting a great show by the trio and their crew, but we have to do what is right.”

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“At this stage, we are not sure who else in the party has been infected with the virus and, hence, we could not risk performing,” adds Iain Watts of Machine Management. “We are so sorry this has happened, but sadly this is out of our control. We are making plans to come back to Singapore as soon as possible and hope to see you all then.”

New concert date and venue as well as refund information will be updated here once available. Ticket holders can visit for the latest updates or email for enquiries.

Update (May 7): Clean Bandit confirmed a new date for their previously postponed concert.

The show will take place on Wednesday, August 15 at The Star Theatre. See here for more information.





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