Neon Lights announces Clean Bandit and Neon Nooks to their star-studded weekend line-up!

The much-anticipated music festival Neon Lights have just announced more acts to their line-up which included Clean Bandit, and an immersive and otherworldly ‘Neon Nooks’ arts program. 

One month from today, Neon Lights Festival will return to Fort Canning Park and the scene is set for a weekend of diverse performances, live art, installations and roving acts. Already featuring a sensational line-up of music acts including the likes of Mumford & Sons, HALSEY, Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker, Honne, and much more, Neon Lights is thrilled to welcome Grammy award-winning British electronic band, Clean Bandit to stage on Sunday 24 November.
The band was last here in Singapore on August 15th last year, where they performed hits such as ‘Rockabye Baby’, ‘I Rather Be’ and ‘I Miss You’ to a strong crowd at the Star Theatre.
Known for their unique classical crossover and dance music, the band has released multiple award-winning tracks such including four UK number 1 singles with floor fillers such as ‘Rather Be’ ft. Jess Glynne, ‘Symphony’ ft. Zara Larsson and ‘Solo’ ft Demi Lovato. he band has since released a very well-received second album ‘What Is Love’ and three more hit singles.
Join Clean Bandit in their DJ and MC set as they share the stage with HALSEY, Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker, AURORA, BADBADNOTGOOD, Gus Dapperton, Cosmo’s Midnight, Fleetmac Wood, Joan and MMLD on Sunday, 24 November.
The premier music and arts festival also presents Neon Nooks to illuminate the nooks and crannies of the festival. This year’s Neon Nooks features local and international artists and acts such as South African artist Francois Knoetze coming to Singapore for the first ever time with his renowned Cape Mongo series, Leeroy New’s Aliens of Manila x Singapore (featuring Jereh Leung and Sonia Kwek), and roving bands Bloco Singapura and Mariachi Viva Mexico. The ever-popular Silent Disco Asia also returns for festival-goers to bust a move and revel in to both nights of the festival with three channels of music and neon-lit headsets. And the whole festival site will feature the spectacular aesthetics enhancements of Neon Lights’ décor guru Soph O.
See also: Mumford & Sons to headline Neon Lights in November! With Honne to play on Saturday too!
Programmed by arts and culture consultancy Hyphen, Neon Nooks explores the cycle and treatment of discarded objects – from otherworldly trash creatures to wearable sculptures made from recycled colanders and plastic tubes, festival-goers are invited to reflect upon our hyper-consumerist culture through the representation of waste, alienation, as well as the necessity of resourcefulness within an urban context.
All this will take place amidst the perfect backdrop of Soph O’s eclectic, extraordinary and transcendental décor creations, which make the festival ever so inviting. Since its inception, 80% of Neon Lights Festival’s décor has been made out of repurposed and upcycled materials.
Tickets to Neon Lights Festival start from S$30 for children and S$108 for adults and are available on Neon Lights and SISTIC.
For this Diwali weekend, Neon Lights will be having a long weekend flash sale on Single Day (24 November, Sunday only) and Two-Day tickets at four tickets for the price of three. The sale starts at 12pm on Friday, 25 October and will end at 10pm on Tuesday, 29 October, and is available via Neon Lights only.

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UPDATE (5 Nov): Festival-goers who have already purchased tickets for Neon Lights Festival and who are looking for one more reason to party like a rock star may explore the VIP Upgrade launching at 9am next Tuesday, 5th November

Available for a limited time only, Neon Lights ticket holders may upgrade their current passes to VIP status from S$99 for Single Day Pass holders, and S$175 for Two-Day Passes. The VIP upgrade is available to ticket holders on a first-come first-serve basis.
The prized experience at Neon Lights Festival comes with
  • Fast-tracked entry to Fort Canning Green with dedicated VIP entry queue
  • Pre-loaded tokens in each RFID wristband worth S$24 worth two drinks
  • Access to the elevated and sheltered VIP area at the balcony of Fort Canning Centre with a stellar vantage point of the Neon Lights Main Stage
  • Access to the private bar and select food establishments
  • The all-important dedicated restrooms
Parents with children need not fret for children may enter the VIP area for free with an accompanying adult VIP ticket-holder.
Tickets to Neon Lights Festival start from S$30 for children and S$128 for adults, and are available at Neon Lights and SISTIC.
Purchase of a Neon Lights adult ticket is required to qualify for the VIP Upgrade.
Existing ticket holders who have purchased tickets from TicketFlap will receive an email to the registered email address offering the upgrade, or may reach out to should they not receive the email.
Tickets purchased through SISTIC may call the SISTIC hotline at +65 348 5555 to process their VIP Upgrade.
For more information, please visit Neon Lights.





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