SUPER SHOW 7
The two-year wait is over for fans of South Korean pop group Super Junior. The show, which comes soon after the release of their new album Play, features the return of three members who were away on mandatory military service for the past two years - Siwon, Eunhyuk and Donghae.
WHERE: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk MRT: Stadium WHEN: Tomorrow, 4pm ADMISSION: $168 to $288 from Sports Hub Tix (call 3158-7888 or go to www.sportshubtix.sg) and Apactix
MULTIPLICITY BY MICHELLE SGP: AN ALBUM LAUNCH CONCERT
Home-grown singer, pianist and songwriter Michelle SgP is launching her album, Multiplicity, recorded around the world in countries ranging from the United States to Spain. Featuring songs that she has been working on in the last decade, the music encompasses a variety of genres, from jazz and EDM to pop-rock and gospel.
WHERE: Esplanade Recital Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive MRT: Esplanade WHEN: Monday, 7.30pm ADMISSION: $40 from Sistic
CONCERT PLANET AKIM & THE MAJISTRET LIVE IN SINGAPORE
Fans of regional Malay pop rock will be familiar with hits like Mewangi, Obses and Lagu Untuk Laila by Malaysian pop rock band Akim & The Majistret (above). The show will be the first in Singapore for the septet formed in 2014.
WHERE: Esplanade Theatre, 1 Esplanade Drive MRT: Esplanade WHEN: Today, 8pm ADMISSION: From $48 at Apactix (www.apactix.com)
ST JEROME'S LANEWAY FESTIVAL 2018
The local edition of St Jerome's Laneway Festival has traditionally shaped up to be one of the tent-pole events in the live music calendar here, and its eighth Singapore edition promises to be no different. It is a mixed bag of sounds this year, from the lo-fi artistry of Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco and witty tunes of US singer-songwriter Father John Misty (above) to the timeless shoegaze sounds of British pioneers Slowdive and dynamic instrumentals from Singaporean post-rock/prog rockers Amateur Takes Control.
WHERE: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive MRT: Bayfront WHEN: Tomorrow, from 10am ADMISSION: From $158 for single tickets at Apactix, $200 at the door
FOSTER THE PEOPLE LIVE IN SINGAPORE
They made their name with the 2011 hit Pumped Up Kicks. American band Foster The People are back in Singapore after first playing here in 2012. The band, fronted by singer and songwriter Mark Foster, released their newest album Sacred Hearts Club last year, so expect some fresh tunes at their show.