Jay Chou is coming back to Singapore, here’s the F1 Grand Prix lineup!

By September 11, 2018Entertainment

TL;DR – Time to partay.

He came, sang, danced and played his heart out on the piano and now he’s back. Earlier this year, there was a lot of hype about Jay Chou returning to Singapore and he will be back this weekend!

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As with every concert by Jay, we are sure this will be another visual feast with his show-stopping outfits, stage props, beautiful motion graphics and visual effects. Remember how at his previous concert, the stage morphed into a ghostly graveyard, a Victorian castle and even a huge aquarium complete with a mermaid swimming in the background?

Happening this September 14 to 16, the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix returns for its 11th year. Besides Jay Chou, here are some of the top music acts to look out for.

1) Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix has risen to global stardom in pop as well as electronic circles, and yet he’s far from being done. Dance music’s freshest talent has headlined festivals around the globe, founded a label and mentored other artists and won the #1 spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 twice.

16 Sep 2018, Sunday
Zone 4 Padang Stage
22:30 – 00:00

2) Dua Lipa

English singer songwriter Dua Lipa was discovered when she first did song covers on her YouTube channel back in 2009. She is now the youngest female music artist ever to hit a billion views on the video platform. In 2017, Lipa released her self-titled debut studio album that spawned seven singles including two UK Top 10 singles ‘Be The One’ and ‘IDGAF’ as well as the UK #1 single ‘New Rules’, which reached #6 in the US.

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16 Sep 2018, Sunday
Zone 4 Padang Stage
18:00 – 19:10

3) The Killers

Formed in 2003, Las Vegas-based rock band The Killers has received countless accolades for their artistic achievements, including multiple Grammy nominations, American Music Award nominations, BRIT award, MTV Video Music Awards, NME Awards and more.

15 Sep 2018, Saturday
Zone 4 Padang Stage
22:15 – 23:40

4) M1LDL1FE

Formerly known as Take Two, M1LDL1FE cuts across the indie-pop grain, weaving together lush electronic textures and eclectic dance grooves into the pop sensibilities of guitar-driven indie music of the early 2000s. They debuted their first EP, “PAIRS” in 2015, receiving critical acclaim from the local press and were slated to be “one of the most exhilarating new acts to emerge from the burgeoning indie-pop scene”. In 2017, following the departure of guitarist Johnathan Lim, the quartet renamed themselves M1LDL1FE. Armed with a fresh and grittier sonic palette, the band released their eponymous EP in July, followed by a sold out EP launch show in August that same year.

14 Sep 2018, Friday
Zone 1 Sunset Stage
20:00 – 20:30

15 Sep 2018, Saturday
Zone 3 Uptown
19:30 – 20:00

16 Sep 2018, Sunday
Zone 3 Uptown
17:15 – 18:00

5) Miss Lou

Singapore’s glamour songbird Miss Lou is a classic vintage pop artist and songwriter who blends old-school vocal stylings with modern sensibilities. Described as a born-again jazz soul, her songs are snapshots of 21st century life told in the language of doo-wop, swing, and soul. The lead single from her debut EP, “More Than Just That Bass”, reached #9 on Spotify’s Viral 50 chart for all genres. Miss Lou’s music has also made it onto Apple Music’s The A-List: Singapore Music, and Spotify’s Singapore’s Top Acts playlist. Catch Miss Lou and her magnetising stage performance at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

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14 Sep 2018, Friday
Zone 1 Sunset Stage
22:00 – 22:30

Looks like we are in for lots of musical treats this year.

Where: Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix
When: 14 – 16 September 2018
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