Singapore :: Concerts

Retrolicious Reunion! 2013

With more than 25,000 concert-goers over three years, the Retrolicious series of concerts returned this year with the inaugural edition of Retrolicious Reunion!.

Featuring performances by head-lining acts of previous years – Belinda Carlisle, Rick Astley and Bananarama – Retrolicious Reunion! was truly an epic ‘80s music extravaganza.

For the first time ever, a special rainbow moment was created when the 6,500-strong crowd came together to form a mega sea rainbow lights.

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Tony Bennett Live in Singapore

No one in popular American music has had such longevity in their recording career and achieved such a high level of artistic excellence than American music legend, Tony Bennett. He has received 17 Grammy Awards, including a 1995 Grammy for Record of the Year for his “MTV Unplugged” CD and the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Award.

With millions of records sold world-wide and platinum and gold albums to his credit, Tony Bennett performed to a captivated audience in his one-night only show here. Music lovers were treated to a night of enchanting vocals, featuring a performance by his daughter, Antonia Bennett, and accompanied by music from the outstanding jazz quartet.

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2013 Girls’ Generation World Tour – Girls & Peace – In Singapore

Acknowledged as a powerful influence in Korea, Girls’ Generation held their second solo concert in Singapore, performing to a sold-out crowd of 8,000 fans.

With their heart-melting smiles, adorable poses and scream-inducing winks, the nine beauties treated fans to a visual feast of perfectly-synchronised dance moves enhanced by stunning laser and holographic effects, pyrotechnics and gorgeous sets.

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Super Show 5 : Super Junior World Tour in Singapore

Super Junior has once again proven that they are the undisputed kings of K-pop, performing to over 1 million fans in their Asian and world tour since 2008. The group also made their first South American Tour this year, performing in major cities such as Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru, making it the first South American- 4 cities tour done by a Korean artiste.

With greater involvement from group members, Super Junior ignited the stage with explosive performances and made fans swoon once again with their generous fan service and camaraderie on stage.

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SHINee World II in Singapore

Marking the second time Running Into The Sun brought in and staged SHINee’s concert, the immensely popular R&B K-pop boy group, treated their fans to an action-packed concert featuring diverse music genres and styles superceding their previous concert tour.

With a performance holding a production price tag of more than S$1.8 million, SHINee World II Singapore was accompanied by special effects such as pyrotechnics, water features and aerial stunts in a multi-sensory performance that bordered between an unbelievable eye spectacle and a R&B/Rock concert that defied extremes.

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SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Singapore

Managing the first ever concert at the Marina Bay Floating Platform, Running Into The Sun staged the ‘mother of all K-pop concerts’ with an audience of 26,000. Coupled with a staggering S$5 million in production value, SMTOWN Live World Tour III was one of the biggest concerts ever to be held in Singapore.

Massively popular K-pop artistes including Super Junior and Girls’ Generation performed at the 4-hour long mega music extravaganza that has also been staged in prestigious international arenas such as Madison Square Garden in New York and Zenith de Paris in France.

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Retrolicious 2012

Following turnouts of more than 7000 festival-goers every year with tickets snapped up weeks prior to the much anticipated festival, RETROLICIOUS returned this year with a stellar lineup of 80s’ acts comprising of Tiffany, Howard Jones, Wang Chung and German synth-pop band Alphaville. Grooving and singing along to iconic hits such as Howard Jones’ ‘New Song’, Wang Chung’s ‘Let’s Go’, Tiffany’s ‘All This Time’ and Alphaville’s Forever Young’, audiences were treated to a starry night of reminiscence and unforgettable musical delights.

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Kim Hyun Joong Asia Fan Meeting Singapore

With a plump programme more akin to a mini concert, the completely original show was one never seen before at any other regular fan meetings. “Kim Hyun Joong Asia Fan Meeting 2012” showcased a plethora of numerous hit songs from his solo albums, the show was a line up of song and dance more entertaining than any other fan meeting ever done.

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Vertical Horizon World Tour Asia (Singapore)

American alternative rock band Vertical Horizon, best known for their string of hit songs in the late 90s and early 2000s, performed their first concert in Singapore, at The Coliseum Hard Rock Hotel.

The show was a showcase of the band’s famous all-time hit songs, songs from their earliest album released in 1992, to their latest album “Burning the Days” which was released September 2009, a much-anticipated release after a five year hiatus. .

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Super Show 4 - Super Junior World Tour (Singapore)

Super Junior, the immensely popular K-pop band that has led the Korean wave to reach a global phenomenon, launched Super Show 4 – Super Junior World Tour in Seoul on 19 and 20 November 2011. Singapore was their fourth stop after Osaka.

Fans enjoyed an up-close performance on a stage designed with a dynamic 360-degree view, pyrotechnics, special stage effects and trapezes for the boys to 'fly' closer to the fans.

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Girls’ Generation 2011 Tour Singapore

The much-anticipated number #1 Asian girl group Girls' Generation finally staged their first solo concert in Singapore. They've hit a global phenomenon with their dance moves, saccharine-sweet smiles and slender long legs.

The concert showcased a 3-hour visual treat of sexily choreographed dance moves, along with a visual play of effects including laser beams, LED screens, trapezes and elevated platforms.

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Faye Wong 2011 Concert Tour

Faye Wong 2011 Concert Tour marks Faye's return to the Chinese pop scene, making this one of the most wildly anticipated concerts in Chinese pop scene in recent years. With its beautiful choreography accentuated with a unique sensibility, Faye Wong 2011 Concert Tour has won itself rave reviews in media and wowed both fans and critics in Asia with its magical creative team behind it. Famed Taiwanese director Muh Chen created stunning visuals with added input by internationally acclaimed film visonaire Wong Kar Wai, complemented with lighting effects by Mitsumasa Hayashi, all seamlessly weaved in with Faye's signature angelic-like vocals to present an immaculate musical journey that is unparalleled to any other Mandarin concert production.

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SHINee World Concert Singapore

SHINee World - The 1st Concert in Singapore is the first worldwide concert tour by the wildly popular K-Pop band, featuring band members JONGHYUN, MINHO, TAEMIN, ONEW and KEY. The exclusive one-night only gig was Shinee's only stop in Southeast Asia.

The concert boasts a production value of approximately S$1.7 million, with brilliant stage effects including wire actions and lasers, pyrotechnics timed to perfection, and sprawling LED display screens. Fans and concert-goers were at the edge of their seats waiting to be surprised with a performance larger than life from the boys.

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Retrolicious 2011

Thousands of fans revisited nostalgia at this old-school shindig as synth-pop's first international superstars, the Human League asked "Don't You Want Me" Singapore? And headlining this spectacular retro showcase was the most successful British girl-group in pop history, Bananarama with "Love in the First Degree". The sold-out crowd then sang out loud as Belinda Carlisle asked them to "Leave a Light On" for her.

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Super Show 3 - Super Junior The 3rd Asia Tour

Live In Singapore and Malaysia

"Super Show 3 - Super Junior The Third Asia Tour" is the Asia-wide live concert tour by the popular K-Pop band, and had the biggest-ever stage built in the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

This first full scale Korean concert in Singapore was a whopping success with tickets for the 1st show sold out within 90 minutes. The success followed the band to Malaysia where they held their second live concert at Stadium Putra Bukit Jalil.

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Retrolicious 2010

Nominated by I-S Magazine as "Concert of the Year 2010"

'80s icons Rick Astley, Debbie Gibson and Johnny Hates Jazz were in town at Fort Canning Park for a night of retro madness. A night filled with side ponytails, shoulder pads and stonewashed jeans.

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Swing Out Sister

Performing for the first time in Singapore, the Grammy nominated UK duo played at the East Coast in a lush, visceral beach front setting. Tinkling champagne glasses and gently lapping waves synthesized with velvety vocals and lush notes from the band, enveloping the audience in a sensually stimulating space. Daringly groundbreaking, this virgin usage of the East Coast beach front as a concert venue served to create an intimate arena that heightened appreciation for the band's jazzy beats.

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