Neon Lights 2018

Neon Lights 2018 returns with Interpol, Cigarettes After Sex, Caribou, Phum Viphurit and more

Returning this November, Singapore’s Neon Lights Festival reveals its phase one lineup. The headliners include Interpol, Cigarettes After Sex, The Vaccines, Yuna, Caribou, Phum Viphurit and more.

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After keeping all the fans waiting for almost two years, finally, Singapore’s premier music and arts festival ‘Neon Lights Festival’ is back! For this third edition of the festival, it’ll return on Friday-Sunday, November 9-11 at Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park.

For the phase one headlining shows, the festival will kick-start with region’s very own folk-rock talent Yuna. The Malaysian singer will be sharing the stage with traditional Isaan’s folk music-inspired band The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.

Meanwhile, on Saturday (Nov 10), the festival will be surrendering itself to Britain’s very own indie legends Interpol, The Vaccines and emerging post-punk rockers Shame. The three will also be joined by American ambient pop band Cigarettes After Sex and  Singapore’s electro-pop legacy Riot !n Magenta.

Neon Lights 2018

For the last day of the festival, the confirmed names so far are two Canadian musical acts— electronica genius Caribou aka Dan Snaith and R&B artist Rhye. Whereas, later on the Sydney-based reggae fusion/indie rock group Sticky Fingers will conquer the stage alongside New York’s art-punk Bodega.

Also, added to the top-notch lineup are Thailand’s new heartthrob Phum Viphurit and Singaporean indie pop trio Sobs.

Limited early birds will go on sale this Friday (Aug 24) through Neon Lights and SISTIC. Tickets will available in three types— 1-day pass, 2-day pass and 3-day pass.

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For 1-day pass, the tickets will go on sale at SGD99 for Friday entry only and will rise to SGD120 for each access on Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, the 2-day pass (Saturday-Sunday only) will be available at SGD199, whereas, the 3-day pass will be on sale at SGD250. For now, the prices and more lineup are yet to be announced, stay tuned!

Children can get the tickets at SGD25 for daily pass and SGD45 for 3-day pass.






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