Neon Lights music and arts festival announces an extra 13 music acts to our two-day event taking place at Fort Canning Park on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November. These diverse acts come from some six different countries and include returns to Singapore for Australian soul hero Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) and Canadian jazz/funk trio BadBadNotGood, as well as debut Singapore shows for Grammy winner English electronic producer Mura Masa and American singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton.
Date: 23 to 24 November 2019
Time: 1pm – 11.45pm
Venue: Fort Canning Park Singapore
These new names for the Neon Lights bill come in addition to the already announced headliners Mumford & Sons, HALSEY, Honne and AURORA.
Other international names being newly-announced today include Australian psych-rock titans King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, DJ duo Fleetmac Wood, fast-rising Australians Cosmo’s Midnight, electronic-indie duo Joan, and Filipino-Irish singer-songwriter AndreaH.
Singapore acts being added today include folk-blues set-up Shak & the Baits, buzzy funk band MMLD and the lively roving party-starter Mariachi Viva Mexico.
Other activities & ticketing
Catering to attendees of kinds and ages, a smattering of festival-favourite activities such as Silent Disco Asia, Neon Nooks and gourmet food and drinks will also return to Fort Canning Green over the weekend. More of the arts and family-friendly elements of Neon Lights Festival will be announced in the following weeks.
Tickets to Neon Lights Festival start from S$30 for children and S$108 for adults, and are available at here and SISTIC.
Early Bird Single-Day tickets for Saturday 23 November have sold out but are still available for Sunday 24 November at $108 and Two-Day at $225. The sale of Early Bird passes will stop at 4pm on Monday, 16 September 2019. Tier 2 Sunday tickets will be available from $128 and Tier 2 Two-Day Tier 2 will be from $245 after the end of Early Bird sales.
Group deals of 6 for the price of 5 are also available for Sunday and Two-Day tickets.
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