A-LIN SHOW LIVE IN SINGAPORE
To the delight of her fans, powerhouse Taiwanese singer A-lin has been performing regularly in Singapore in recent years, including The Star Theatre in 2017 and Zepp@Bigbox in 2018. She has been riding high of late with the hit ballad A Kind Of Sorrow, from the popular Taiwanese romance drama More Than Blue (2018).
WHERE: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk
WHEN: May 4, 8pm
ADMISSION: $98 to $198 from SportsHubTix (call 3158-7888 or go to www.sportshubtix.sg)
BLUE LIVE IN SINGAPORE 2019
If British boyband Blue is your One Love, you will feel Guilty for missing out on their first performance in Singapore after playing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in 2012 alongside contemporaries A1 and Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees. All Rise for the quartet comprising Duncan James, Simon Webbe, Lee Ryan and Antony Costa.
WHERE: Zepp@Bigbox, 1 Venture Avenue
MRT: Jurong East
WHEN: March 2, 8pm
ADMISSION: $108 to $368 (VIP) from Apactix
The latest edition of Marina Bay Sands' live music series lines up dreampop band Subsonic Eye, home-grown singer Joie Tan and Taiwanese singer Ariel Tsai. The latter has more than 546,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel, which features covers of songs such as Taiwanese singer-songwriter Eric Chou's What's Wrong.
WHERE: Event Plaza at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
WHEN: March 2. Subsonic Eye - 7.15 to 7.45pm; Joie Tan: 8.15 to 8.45pm; Ariel Tsai - 9.15 to 9.55pm
CHIVALROUS LOVE - MMLD EP LAUNCH
Local band MMLD is said to mix elements of Indian music and reggae in tracks such as Loving You Was No Crime and Gaya. Chivalrous Love is the debut EP of the act, which formed in early 2017.
WHERE: Road trip to a secret location (near Sixth Avenue/Turf City)
WHEN: March 2, 7.30pm
ADMISSION: $38 (general admission) and $48 (VIP) from www.eventbrite.sg