Fresh off the bay of Singapore, uber hip music and art festival Neon Lights is back and bringing you once again an impressive, eclectic batch of performers this November 26-27.

The two-day event that debuted at Fort Canning Park and took by storm last year returns to the venue with British band Foals and Nordic post-rock gods Sigur Rós at the helm, performing on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

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Two months after revealing their headliners, the festival finally announced phase 1 of the lineup who’ll take over this year’s six stages, including Canadian electronic band Crystal Castle, dance pop poster child Neon Indian, new wave singer-songwriter Blood Orange, and mellow revolutionist rookie Shura.

Also coming into the mix are folk fiends’ faves The Tallest Man On Earth and José González, and local sounds Gentle Bones, Cashew Chemists, Linying, and Disco Hue.

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See the complete list (so far) of performers below.

Neon Lights 2016 Poster
©Neon Lights

Tickets are now available here. Early Bird tickets are priced at SGD120 (Day Pass) and SGD195 (Two-day Weekend Pass). The price in the next tier will go up once these early grabs are sold out.

Organised by a team of international festival experts behind Hong Kong’s Clockenflap and Australia’s Harvest Festival, Neon Lights drew a crowd of over 6,000 in 2015 with a diverse musical roster that featured Chic, Nile Rodgers, Damien Rice, Mogwai, Daughter, Ratatat, and Broods.

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