The entertainment lineup for Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2018 has been revealed, with The Killers, Liam Gallagher, Dua Lipa, Martin Garrix and Jay Chou leading the bill.
This year’s race is taking place from Friday-Sunday, September 14-16 at Marina Bay Circuit.
As speculated, F1 alumni The Killers are dropping a pin on Singapore as part of their Asia tour. Back in town after five years, the band will take on Padang Grandstand on Saturday night along with Brit rocker Liam Gallagher, who we now know skipped the Lion City in January for this occasion.
Dua Lipa is making a quick return to Singapore for a performance on Sunday night. Hopefully, she and Martin Garrix will jam together for a “Scared To Be Lonely” showdown before the stage is completely handed over to the Dutch heavy-hitter.
Also confirmed are Mandopop powerhouse Jay Chou for Friday’s Padang Grandstand, Tokyo’s indie pop outfit Sekai No Owari, American hip-hop O.G’s The Sugar Hill Gang, Scottish rap trio Young Fathers, ABBA parody band Björn Again and 80’s blue-eyed soul band Simply Red.
Support will come from an array of local and international acts such as M1LDL1FE, MYRNE, Joanna Dong, Stars and Rabbit, Lizzy Wang, Afro Celt Sound System, Boys in the Band, Crystal Moon, Two Gentlemen, and House Gospel Choir.
Tickets are available now at with single-day tickets starting from SGD78 and three-day access from SGD268. Visit Singapore GP for more information and stick around for further lineup announcements.
UPDATE (Jun 19): F1 Singapore 2018 concert bills Joe Hahn of Linkin Park, Sampa The Great, Naoi and Singapore’s very own hip-hop star THELIONCITYBOY to team up with the revealed headliners.
On Friday, September 14, the renowned local hip-hop THELIONCITYBOY will take the stage with his rhythm and rhyme.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, September 15, an American DJ and musician known for his DJ role for Linkin Park, Joe hahn will stay behind the deck of the stage spinning selections alongside a Manchester-based DJ Naoi who is well-known across Europe for his sets with the blends of electrofunk and techno-house sounds.
Naoi will be performing on both days of the event as well as the Sydney-based female emerging hip-hop singer-songwriter Sampa The Great.