John Legend, Pet Shop Boys and Ziggy Marley for F1

 Neil Tennant (left) and Chris Lowe of Pet Shop Boys. -- FILE PHOTO: X2
 Neil Tennant (left) and Chris Lowe of Pet Shop Boys. -- FILE PHOTO: X2
Musician Ziggy Marley poses for a portrait ahead of his headline show in London, in support of his 5th album Fly Rasta, on April 23, 2014. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS
Musician Ziggy Marley poses for a portrait ahead of his headline show in London, in support of his 5th album Fly Rasta, on April 23, 2014. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS
Singer John Legend arrives at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 18, 2014. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS
Singer John Legend arrives at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 18, 2014. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS

Grammy-winning R&B singer-songwriter John Legend, veteran British electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys and reggae star Ziggy Marley are set to perform 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in September.

Legend is best known for hit singles such as All Of Me and Ordinary People, and has won nine Grammys including a Best R&B Album award for his debut album, Get Lifted (2004). Last here for a concert in 2011, he will play an acoustic set at the venue's Village Stage on Sept 21.

Pet Shop Boys are one of Britain's most successful pop acts, having sold 50 million records and with multiple pop hits including West End Girls and Go West. They will perform at the Village Stage on Sept 20, one year after they last held a gig here.

Marley, who will be performing in Singapore for the first time, is the eldest son of late reggae icon Bob Marley and has won six Grammy awards, including Best Reggae Album for Ziggy Marley In Concert at this year's Grammy Awards. He will play at the venue's Village Stage on Sep 20t and at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre on Sept 21.

Tickets to the Formula 1, which start from $68, are available at www.singaporegp.sg

More music acts are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

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