10 Concerts To Look Forward To In 2018
This year’s turning out to be a huge year for performances, and we’re totally spoilt for choice.
From legends to newbies to festival-goers, there’s something for everyone this year.
Now, we at MustShareNews believe that good things should be shared, so here are the concerts you should consider attending this year:
1. Sam Smith
There’s great news for Sam Smith’s local fans, because it has been announced that he’ll be playing a second night at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Tickets to his first show on 2 October sold out incredibly quickly, leading to the addition of a second show here.
If you didn’t manage to get your hands on tickets for the first show, there’s still a chance to get tickets to his second concert on 3 Oct.
Tickets will be going on sale 8 May at 10am. Be prepared to fork out between $128 to $348 each, for the best seats in the house.
Remember to be quick, because tickets to his first show sold out almost instantly.
After almost 5 years, Paramoreare finally put out a new album.
If you thought that was Paramore’s only gift to fans, think again, because they’re also going on tour.
They’ll be coming to Singapore on their After Laughter tour, named after their latest album.
Adding on priority entry will set you back an additional $20.
If you plan on heading for the concert with your friends, purchase a minimum of three tickets together to get $10 off.
August looks like it’s going to be a happening month with another concert — and Halsey’s set to take the stage this time around.
Performing at The Star Theatre on 8 August, tickets will be up for sale on 13 May.
While ticket details are still unknown at this point, expect updates on her website pretty soon.
Indonesian R&B singer NIKI will be performing as her special guest, which is a huge bonus in our books.
Rising star Kehlani will be dropping by on 23 May for a performance at [email protected]
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Kehlani’s definitely an unmissable act, with her album SWEETSEXYSAVAGE receiving a Grammy nomination at this year’s ceremony.
Tickets to her show are already available online, going for $118 each.
5. Celine Dion
After more than 30 years of performing her hit songs, Celine Dion is finally coming to our shores for a concert.
We can’t believe it’s taken her this long to play a show here.
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In a recent interview with Channel NewsAsia, she promised that if her fans send her a list of songs they want to hear, she’ll play them at her show here.
So start writing your letters to Celine Dion, because she’ll be playing two shows here, on 3-4 July, at the Marina Bay Sands Grand Ballroom.
Tickets are going for anywhere between $150 and $1,200 each. We know, prices are kinda steep.
Head over to Marina Bay Sand’s website at 10am on 10 May to get your tickets, before all the cheaper ones are snapped up.
6. Mariah Carey
We thought we were #blessed when we found out Celine Dion’s performing here but it keeps getting better.
Mariah Carey, the legend herself, is gracing Singaporeans with the opportunity to catch her live at The Star Performing Arts Centre, on 3 November.
That’s right, live in Singapore. Excuse us while we scream internally.
Tickets are already on sale, costing between $88 to $348 each.
We can’t wait to be living our best life at Queen Mariah’s concert.
7. Niall Horan
Tween hearts shattered into a million pieces when news broke that One Direction was splitting up.
However, things are looking up, as Niall Horan is on tour, and he’ll be heading to our island pretty soon.
Sure, it’s not the same thing as having One Direction reunited, but one is better than none, right?
While VIP tickets have sold out, you can still secure tickets to the show at The Star Theatre, with prices ranging between $88 to $148 each.
8. Iron & Wine
Known for his chill, indie-folk vibes, Iron & Wine will be serenading fans at The Capitol, on 14 May.
Expect an intimate setting, considering his music is perfect for setting the mood.
You can get tickets online for between $68-$98 each, and they’re still available online at the moment.
Sam Beam, the voice behind Iron & Wine, will be performing with a full band, so expect a show that’s going to blow you away.
9. Boyce Avenue
YouTube sensation Boyce Avenue will be jumping off your screens and onto a stage instead, with a performance at The Star Centre on 7 June.
The Mazano Brothers will be heading over to Singapore for a performance that’s sure to blow your mind.
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Tickets are relatively affordable, costing between $78 to $138 each.While tickets are still available at the moment, get on it fast because they’re selling quickly.
After all, with more than 11 million subscribers on YouTube, they’re really, really popular.
[Bonus] Ultra Music Festival
We know this one’s not an individual performer, but what better way than to end this list with a festival?
Held across two nights this year, 15-16 June, Ultra is a massive outdoor electronic music festival that’s sure to blow your mind.
The lineup consists of multiple acts, including Afrojack, DJ Snake, Nicky Romero and Above & Beyond.
If you’re stuck picking one of the performances on this list, we suggest going for Ultra if you want to get the most bang for your buck.
A two day ticket costs $170 each, covering all the performances across both days. While still available, Ultra tickets tends to sell out quickly, so get on it ASAP.
So many shows this year
Considering most people buy their tickets online these days, you better hop on and get your tickets as soon as you can.
When it comes to buying concert tickets and your favourite performer’s coming, it’s every man for himself.
With such a wide array of shows this year, we definitely feel spoilt for choice.
If you plan on attending any of these concerts, just remember — fastest fingers first.