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    Worth Every Nickel: Fans Relived The Best Of Nickelback At Their Concert In Singapore

    Canadian rock band Nickelback performed their first gig in Singapore on 20 February 2019 at [email protected], leaving fans both old and new wanting more! The band – consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake on guitars, Mike Kroeger on bass and drummer Daniel Adair – made a stop in Singapore as part of their Feed The Machine Tour, titled after their newest album. Fans started to queue for the free-standing event from as early as 2pm and filled the queues by the evening. Once the doors opened, fans started to enter in droves – many with a…

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  • Skechers Sundown 2019: Crossfaith

    Skechers Sundown Festival Day 1: Asian Rock Artistes Took the Stage By Storm

    Asia’s music and arts festival, Skechers Sundown Festival, opened to the public yesterday (19 April 2019). Organized by Red Spade Entertainment and presented by Skechers, the NC-16 festival presents an exhilarating lineup of music, food, art, and culture. Even though the doors were supposed to open at 3pm, festival-goers were only allowed entry slightly after 5pm as the festival grounds were not ready yet. As a result, festival-goers could not indulge in the festival’s happy hour, which was supposed to be from 3 to 5pm daily. The organizers did not extend the happy hour either, which was quite disappointing as…

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    Back To The Sixties With The Definitive Rat Pack

    The Definitive Rat Pack was a show that was set to impress. On a cool Tuesday night, the Grand Ballroom of One Farrer Hotel & Spa was buzzing with the hum of excited concertgoers, eager to have their fill of the iconic trio that is Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davies Junior. Starring Stephen Triffitt, Mark Adams and George Daniel Long, they put up a show that was at once wistful as it was nostalgic, with a lively repertoire that brought the audience back to the romance, jolliness and charisma of the sixties. Ushered into the ballroom, one was…

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    Concert Review: PVRIS Made Singaporeans Happy and Fortunate Souls

    Playing for the very first time in Singapore and at an intimate setting at Hard Rock Cafe at Cuscaden, I didn’t think I was ready for a night full of surprises and pure blithe. Upon receiving my complimentary choice of Cola as I entered the concert venue, I was glad that arriving 30 minutes before the expected starting time did not obstruct my view of the stage. By the time PVRIS came on stage, the crowd was expectantly raring to go with screams of exhilaration; comprised of teenagers and young adults, it is hardly surprising of the demographics of PVRIS’…

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  • Recap: Keeping FOMO Real with Ultra Music Festival 2018

    As one of the most highly anticipated annual music festivals held in Singapore, it was plain to see that Ultra Music Festival 2018 remained an eminence on the music scene last weekend. The largest EDM festival is also testament to the fact that music always has a way of bonding people from all walks of life despite our language barriers and the colours of our skin: in a span of just two days, friendships were forged, unforgettable experiences were made, and it was one heck of a party for most of us. Upon entering the festival grounds at Bayfront Avenue,…

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  • Ultra Singapore 2018 Lineup: Above & Beyond, DJ Snake, and Nicky Romero Among Headlining Acts

    Back for its third edition, one of the world’s largest EDM festival returns to Singapore and boasts top headliner acts such as trance legends Above & Beyond, top DJs Afrojack, DJ Snake, Nicky Romero, Steve Angello and more. The two-day event will be held during the Hari Raya weekend on 15 and 16 June 2018, and will be held at the Ultra Park, which is located just next to Marina Bay Sands! Ultra Miami’s signature Worldwide Stage will make its inaugural debut this year at Ultra Singapore, which will see the first-ever outings of artists such as RL Grime, NGHTMRE…

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  • Concert Review: Kehlani Served Us Sweet, Sexy, and Savage All At Once

    Kehlani made her highly-anticipated Singapore debut last Wednesday on 23 May for the very first time. Organised by LAMC Productions, the concert was held at [email protected], which is an indoor venue that was air-conditioned and made for a perfect stomping ground to contain the excitement exuded from every single attendee. The crowd consisted mostly of millennials and young adults, who seemed to be mostly between 15 to 25 years of age, with some of them who are just slightly older than that. As was heard through the grapevine (that was the crowd), some had stood in line since 10 in…

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  • Fall Out Boy Concert Review: It Was Manic, Indeed

    I’ve never been much of a concert-goer. The crowds, the screaming, the long queues, all that put me off from the moshing experience. But when my friend asked if I wanted to attend the Fall Out Boy Mania Tour concert, how could I refuse? This year’s venue was [email protected], a modest indoor event hall in the heart of Jurong East, and although it’s not as picturesque as Fort Canning for their previous Save Rock & Roll Tour here almost 5 years ago, the energy presented by Fall Out Boy themselves erupted from the stage and dominated the evening. A 30-second…

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  • The Chainsmokers Dazzle With A Visual Feast & Homage To Their Past

    Pyrotechnics? Check. Confetti storms? Check. Smoke effects? Check. A’ight, The Chainsmokers’ set is ready to roll. The Chainsmokers, consisting of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, were responsible for chart-topping pop hits such as Closer, Don’t Let Me Down, and Paris. But how would it feel like to be at the moshpit and watch them perform live? I was not expecting my night to turn out… something just like this. The duo played a private event at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre on March 28th, and boy, were their audience in for a visual treat. Mastercards Singapore did…

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  • James Blunt Hits The Stage With Nostalgic Hits & Self-Deprecating Humour At The Afterlove Asia Tour 2018

    James Blunt Hits The Stage With Nostalgic Hits & Self-Deprecating Humour At The Afterlove Asia Tour 2018

    “I know you’ve got seats and you’re gonna treat this like you’re in a cinema, but you are going to find out later that the seats are for your handbags,” the 44-year-old English singer assured confidently as he addressed the 7,000-strong crowd last Friday, 23 March. In fact, the audience at the MAX Pavilion was treated to an evening of laughter and fun throughout the 90-minute concert performance last Friday, which is part of his world tour to support his fifth full-length album, The Afterlove. After 30 minutes of anticipation, Blunt got things started with two energetic and soulful opening…

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