Queen, Adam Lambert, and Kylie Minogue are leading a troupe of stars performing this year’s Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Grand Prix.
The weekend event, held from September 16-18 at Marina Bay Street Circuit, will also features other international performers like Pentatonix, Bastille, KC and the Sunshine Band.
Kylie Minogue will be opening at the Padang Stage (Zone 4) on Friday (Sep 16), after the last track activity. Adam Lambert and legendary rock band Queen will take the same stage on the following day, also performing after the track activity. The slot after the final race on Sunday
is yet to be filled is confirmed to be doubled billed by Imagine Dragons and Halsey.
American musical group KC and The Sunshine Band will perform at the Village Stage (Zone 1) on Friday before F1 Practice 2 session and at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre (Zone 4) on Saturday before the Qualifying session.
British rock band Bastille will take the Padang Stage (Zone 4) on Saturday before the Qualifying session. Meanwhile, aca-mazing group Pentatonix will perform at the Village Stage (Zone 1) on Saturday before the Qualifying session as well as at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre (Zone 4) on Sunday before the F1 Race.
Here’s a map of the circuit.
The race organisers announced they have adjusted the sections for better crowd control.
“The front of house that controls spotlights and audio towers will be tucked in front of the heritage trees on Connaught Drive so we don’t lose valuable viewing space behind the towers. Overall, the patrons furthest from stage will be much closer than in past years. We will also install additional ‘superscreens’ on the far right and left of the stage to give a wider viewing opportunity for races and concerts which will take the concert experience all the way into the Esplanade Park,” says Michael Roche, Executive Director of Singapore GP.
Last year, the event recruited several prominent faces, including Maroon 5, Bon Jovi, Pharrell Williams, and Spandau Ballet.
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