Boon Chan Media Correspondent and Eddino Abdul Hadi Music Correspondent recommend

Gig Picks: Zoukout, Tanya Chua's Lemuria World Tour In Singapore, and more

DJ/producer Martin Garrix
DJ/producer Martin GarrixPHOTOS: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, ST FILE, STREET NOISE PRODUCTIONS, ASIAN MEETING FESTIVAL/ PLAYFREELY

ZOUKOUT

Other dance music festivals might come and go, but ZoukOut remains one of the premier events for clubbers and dance music enthusiasts here. Like previous editions, the line-up at Asia's largest dance music beach festival is a mix of global crowd-pullers such as Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix and Russian-German DJ/producer Zedd, as well as home-grown acts Aldrin and Intriguant.

WHERE: Siloso Beach, Sentosa MRT: HarbourFront WHEN: Today and tomorrow, 8pm ADMISSION: From $128, go to ticketing.zoukclub.com INFO: For the full programme, go to zoukout.com/2016

Eddino Abdul Hadi


TANYA CHUA LEMURIA WORLD TOUR IN SINGAPORE

Local singer-songwriter Tanya Chua's last album was the game-changing electronica work, Aphasia (2015).

Find out how the three-time Golden Melody Award winner for Best Mandarin Female Singer translates the songs into a live concert experience. The guest star is fellow Singaporean singer Kit Chan.

WHERE: The Star Theatre, 04-01 The Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green MRT: Buona Vista WHEN: Tomorrow, 8pm ADMISSION: $98 to $178 from apactix.com, call 3158-8588 or go to SingPost outlets

Boon Chan


ANTI-FLAG LIVE IN SINGAPORE

American band Anti-Flag (comprising from left, Chris No. 2, Chris Head, Justin Sane and Pat Thetic) have since the late 1980s championed social, political and environmental causes with their hard-hitting songs.

Their debut show in Singapore will feature opening acts Joey The Gangster from Indonesia and home-grown punk bands Generation 69 and Rejected Scums.

WHERE: Aliwal Arts Centre, 28 Aliwal Street MRT: Bugis/Lavender WHEN: Tuesday, 6pm ADMISSION: From $50 at antiflag.peatix.com

Eddino Abdul Hadi


AMFXPF - CLOSER TO THE EDGE

Regional experimental music event Asian Meeting Festival and Playfreely - a series of gigs by home-grown outfit The Observatory - join forces for two days of cutting-edge music performances. The event, which started yesterday, features 15 acts from across Asia, such as Japan's Otomo Yoshihide, Malaysia's Sudarshan Chandra Kumar, Singapore's Yuen Chee Wai (photo) and Hong Kong's DJ Sniff.

WHERE: The Projector, 05-00 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road MRT: Lavender/Nicoll Highway WHEN: Today, 7.30pm ADMISSION: $25 from tinyurl.com/zb8m435 INFO: For programme and line-up details, go to tinyurl.com/gujdolc

Eddino Abdul Hadi

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 09, 2016, with the headline 'Gig Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe